DIT is proud to maintain our quality reputation, and we know that we have this for one reason: we train quality divers. Our main priority as a school is to train in a way that when you graduate, you’ll enter the diving industry with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in your new career.
We’ve been Veteran Owned and Veteran Operated since our inception in 1968. Also, we’ve had a history of leading the field in training divers. We were the first, and are currently one of only four programs, in the United States to offer an International Certification, the CSA . This allows you to work globally, and can open up many opportunities for you in your future career.
Divers Institute’s faculty and curriculum are respected throughout an industry that employs our graduates all over the globe
The major part of this work is accomplished in support of the oil and gas industry, but also includes major salvage operations and subsea construction.
Often working in remote locations, inland divers have to be able to improvise and use all their skills to complete a given job.
HAZMAT diving is highly technical, requires special equipment, and is all about rnaintaining control in highly hazardous environments.
Goal of a salvage job is to pull out tools or structures that are still valuable or to remove objects or structures that could be environmentally intrusive.
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DIT is an environment where veterans will feel comfortable and thrive ad campus and training facilities are located in the heart of Seattle. Here are some more reson why DIT is a right choice for you.
Students come from around te counry & the World
dive 11 unique hat configurations
First U.S. dive school to offer an international certification
12 certification included in our core program
depth you’ll dive to