Divers Institute of Technology (DIT) is a private, for-profit educational institution for the training of commercial divers. Founded in 1968 in Seattle, Washington, Divers Institute of Technology is located on the North end of Lake Union near Gas Works Park in the Fremont district.
The seven-month program consists of 900 hours, including dive time. There are twelve classes per calendar year, with a new class starting each month. From July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, the average number of students per class was 23, with a retention rate of 90%. It is estimated that 10% of the students are women.
Divers Institute is one of only two dive schools in the U.S. to grant students the Canadian Standards Association Unrestricted Surface Supplied Air Diver Certification, issued by the Diver Certification Board of Canada, allowing graduates to dive internationally.
Schools Near Divers Institute of Technology
|Seattle Pacific University||1.0mi|
|University of Washington-Seattle Campus||1.5mi|
|Cornish College of the Arts||2.1mi|
|Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine||2.2mi|
|Seattle Community College-Central Campus||2.4mi|
|The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology||2.4mi|
|The Art Institute of Seattle||2.5mi|
|Gary Manuel Aveda Institute||2.6mi|
|Bakke Graduate University||2.8mi|
|Seattle Community College-North Campus||3.6mi|
|Pima Medical Institute-Seattle||3.6mi|