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Divers Institute of Technology has been placing industry-trained graduates with elite commercial diving companies worldwide. DIT is proud to maintain our quality reputation, which we have for one reason: we train quality divers.




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The school\u2019s location near the Puget Sound creates training situations that are as close as possible to the actual environments professional divers will encounter.\n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/12\/Frankie-Paull-150x150.jpg","employer":"Marine Solutions Inc.","job_title":"Diver","dit_class":"111-09"},"id":2587,"name":"Jadon Anderson","quote":" I\u2019ve used the skills taught to me by the great instructors at DIT on a daily basis. I continually run into DIT graduates out in the field, and they\u2019re always hardworking, professional, and very well trained. After all these years, I still love what I do! I always knew I wanted to see the world, and what I learned at DIT provided me with the opportunity.\n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/12\/Jadon-Anderson-300x300-150x150.jpg","employer":"","job_title":"Saturation Diver","dit_class":"103-98","id":2379,"name":"Janelle Wenner","quote":"DIT provided me with a great diving education that helped to prepare me for the industry. I had no trouble getting a job after graduation.\n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/06\/JanelleWenner-cropped-150x150.jpeg","employer":"Cal Dive Intl.","job_title":"Lead Tender","dit_class":"110-12","id":2571,"name":"Phil Newsum","quote":"I still draw upon my experiences at D.I.T, when handling the duties of my position as Executive Director of the Association of Diving Contractors International. There are many outstanding Dive Schools throughout the U.S. and abroad, but my decision to attend Divers Institute of Technology is one that I will never regret. \n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/12\/phil-236x300-150x150.jpg","employer":"Association of Diving Contractors International","job_title":"Executive Director","dit_class":"102-01","id":2585,"name":"Sam Simpson","quote":"DIT opened the door, literally, to the world with my internationally accepted surface supplied diver certification. The excellent training, assistance with job placement, and the ability to return to the campus for continued education are all factors that have allowed me to excel and continue to succeed as a commercial diver\n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/12\/photo3-150x150.jpg","employer":"Triton Diving","job_title":"Diver","dit_class":"112-08","id":2573,"name":"Ty S. Klingsporn","quote":"I use the knowledge cultured at DIT every day for work, from in the field to where I am now in administration. The fundaments are taught so well and fully it would be impossible for me not to recommend them. The facility is top of the line and the instructing staff has one goal in mind; make you a safe, well rounded diver.\n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/05\/Ty-e1471459176152-150x150.jpg","employer":"Miami Diver LLC","job_title":"Operations Coordinator","dit_class":"101-12","id":4722,"name":"Tyler Sutherland","quote":"Going to DIT was the best choice I have made after getting out of the military. The brother hood from my the military experience almost all carried over to the atmosphere at DIT. The class you are in will definitely become your new family. The staff and instructors care so much about the students and make sure we graduate knowing the basics to make it out in the diving industry. I have also met some life long friends attending DIT. \n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2018\/09\/Tyler-150x150.jpg","employer":"","job_title":"","dit_class":"102-18","id":2575,"name":"William Webb","quote":"While going through training at the Divers Institute of Technology, I was impressed with the willingness of the staff to work with students as individuals; I never felt that I was just a number. I left DIT with the skills needed and the confidence to be successful in my career. I continue to have opportunities I attribute in large part to the staff and instructors \u2013 many of whom are still available to share their advice and experience with myself and other alumni.\n","photo":"https:\/\/www.diversinstitute.edu\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/12\/WillWebbPhoto-300x225-150x150.jpg","employer":"Oceaneering Intl.","job_title":"ROV Operator","dit_class":"103-11"]Going to DIT was the best choice I have made after getting out of the military. The brother hood from my the military experience almost all carried over to the atmosphere at DIT. The class you are in will definitely become your new family. The staff and instructors care so much about the students and make sure we graduate knowing the basics to make it out in the diving industry. I have also met some life long friends attending DIT.


DAN now offers two levels of membership to give divers more choices than ever before. Select Enhanced Membership with higher coverage limits and a print subscription to Alert Diver magazine or choose Regular membership that provides proven benefits for dive travelers.


DAN dive accident insurance offers divers an affordable way to protect themselves against unpredictable expenses associated with diving accidents and dive travel. It covers diving, nondiving and named water sports accidents & injuries and pays 100% of eligible accident medical expenses up to US$500,000.


In 1927, USS S-4 (SS-109) was lost in a collision with the Coast Guard cutter USS Paulding. The first divers to reach the submarine at 102 fsw were able to make contact with the men trapped inside, but were unable to rescue them due to a hose connection that was feasible in theory but in reality could not provide the men in the submarine with oxygen. The incident, along with other submarine accidents, sparked new interest in diving operations. The Naval School, Diving and Salvage, was re-established at the Washington Navy Yard during that year, and a rescue chamber that was essentially a diving bell with special fittings for connection to a submarine deck hatch was developed. The apparatus, called the McCann-Erickson Rescue Chamber, was proven somewhat effective in 1939 when it was used to rescue the crew of USS Squalus (SS-192) that suffered a catastrophic valve failure off the Isle of Shoals.


Cmdr. Charles "Swede" Momsen stands next to the rail (third from left) as Falcon (ASR-2) crewmen suit-up two deep sea divers during the rescue/salvage operation following the sinking of the U.S. Navy submarine Squalus (SS-192). Momsen led the successful effort, which resulted in the rescue of 33 submariners trapped aboard Squalus and remains to this day the greatest undersea rescue in history. U.S. Navy photo. 030808-N-0000X-002


U.S. Navy Salvage unit at work clearing wreckage from Naples Harbor, 22 October 1943. Diver, CM1c Peter LeHoullier, is preparing to go under water. In the right foreground is the radio used to communicate with divers. Men are involved in raising a sunken oil barge. Copyright owner: National Archives. Catalog#: 80-G-202821.


Navy diver John Reaves of SEALAB II Project, rewards porpoise Tuffy with a fish as they train together 80 feet down in the open ocean off Point Mugu, California. Tuffy worked with Reaves and other divers in experiments to see how a porpoise can assist man underwater. A snap hook is attached to Tuffy's harness which enables him to carry messages and tools to the divers. The experiments with Tuffy during SEALAB II was a project of the U.S. Naval Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, California. Copyright owner: National Archives. Catalog#: USN 1112610.


DAN offers divers affordable options to be covered in the event of a diving accident/illness with emergency medical evacuation assistance as well as coverage for treatment costs following a covered diving accident. In addition, your dues support ongoing dive safety research, the development of diving health and safety resources and 24/7 emergency medical assistance for scuba divers across the world.


Second year diving with Lahaina divers and will continue to book future trips with this company. Easy booking and checkin process. Rental equipment is in pristine condition. Boats are large, clean, in good condition. Crews both years have been fun, informative, and professional. This year did lanai cathedrals and molokini crater. Captain Andrew was in charge. Logan was our dive master and great above and below water. Morgan and Michael were other dive masters on the boat and kept everything moving well and super safe. Sites were awesome. Notable underwater sightings was a Dragon Wrasse at Cathedral 1, and two adult humpbacks at Molokini.


Divers@Sea is the dream business of founder Bert Quist, a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer. Bert has certified more than 800 divers, and has logged several thousand dives throughout the United States and Caribbean.


VICTORIA, Seychelles - U.S. Navy Seabee Divers assigned to Underwater Construction Team One (UCT1) and divers from the Seychelles Coast Guard (SCG) completed a preliminary salvage mission to expand the berthing capacity of the Port of Victoria, Dec. 22, 2022.


The UCT1 divers, assigned to Commander, Task Force (CTF) 68 for deployment, worked in tandem with SCG divers to start salvaging a wreck that posed a hazard to navigation at the site of a future pier expansion project. This mission will be used as a cornerstone for potential future diving engagements between SCG and U.S. forces, further strengthening the bond between the two nations.


Horizon Divers has a wide variety of dive courses available. From first-time divers to experienced scuba experts, our Key Largo, Florida, diving school has training for divers of all skill levels. We teach you to be a knowledgeable and safe diver. 041b061a72


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