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Saturation diving

Diver Case Study: It’s What You Do in the Water that Counts

David Böhm completed his first course at The Underwater Centre, Fort William in 2012. He was working as a commercial air diver within a month of qualifying. Before completing the Premium Industry Package in Fort William, David had a diverse career; drafted as a national conscript EOD in the Swedish Army, as a Telecom technician; […]

Divers Train up to 100 metres Below Surface at Remote Tasmanian Lake

‘A cold, dark lake in remote north-west Tasmania has become an unlikely destination for a global training operation. Lake Cethana is one of only a few places in the world that offers a commercial saturation diving course that trains students to work on offshore oil and gas rigs. The lake is up to 100 metres deep in […]

Diving Medical Emergency Course in Tasmania puts Doctors in the Deep End

“Hundreds of metres underwater, divers work far from sunlight in the cold and alien world of the deep sea. Their voices rise to a high-pitched squeak as they breath helium, and they rely on hot water pumped around their suits to stay warm. Saturation divers stay confined to their tanks, leaving for construction and maintenance work on oil […]

Free Kit Included in HSE Commercial Diver Training

Get your new commercial diving career off to a great start with a helping hand from The Underwater Centre. Gear for your commercial diver training Included with our Premium Industry and Construction Career Packages are essential items of diving kit that will help you get you started in your new career as a diver: Northern […]

Save £5000 on Saturation Diver Training Now

Train now for sat and take advantage of a very special and limited offer from The Underwater Centre, Fort William. Save over £5,000 on saturation diver training Save over £5,000 on our June, July and August 2016 HSE Closed Bell Courses, helping you to progress your career now and be prepared for sat opportunities when they arise.  […]