What Industries and/or Organizations Regulate Commercial Diver Training and Certification

Posted: October 12th, 2017
Commercial Dive Training Programs,Commercial Diving,International Diving Institute

Before you can begin a rewarding and engaging career as a commercial diver, you need to complete an extensive training program and earn your certification. At IDI, we hold our students to high standards. We want you to get out in the world and to start your careers, but not until we are certain you have the skills and training you need to be a safe and smart commercial diver.

We are members of the Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) and we train to the standards published by the Association of Commercial Diving Educators (ACDE) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Graduates of our Underwater Welding program receive a Lloyd’s Register Underwater Welding Certification. To be certified by Lloyd’s register is something to be very proud of. Lloyd’s Register is an internationally recognized and renowned name and a certification from Lloyd’s will open opportunities for advancement for underwater welders. Our graduates go on to find rewarding employment and are benefited during every step of their careers thanks to the Lloyd’s seal on their certificates.

commercial diverOur 16 week, 640 hour comprehensive training programs will give you the skill and confidence to contribute to the field of commercial diving. We start with the basics and work with you until you are truly ready to begin your career. Thanks to our small class sizes, we are able to give our students the individual attention they need to become successful commercial divers.

We are proud to hold ourselves and our students to high standards. Safety is our first priority and we will work with you until you are confident in your abilities. When you have completed our program, you will hold a unique skill that will never lose its value. No matter how the markets may change, there will be a demand for skilled commercial divers.

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