Deep sea diving or commercial diving is a profession
that is not for all people. In this profession, you
should be in a good physical condition, and you also
need to have a sharp mind. Being a commercial diver is
not just about knowing how to weld pipes underwater as
well as handle explosives, but there are a lot more
specialty courses that you can concentrate on in
commercial diving.

Today, you will see special schools for commercial
diving. Here, you will be able to get a chance to
become a certified commercial diver as well as take
specialty courses that appeals to you the most.

Basically, most commercial divers take welding
classes. By taking the underwater welding specialist
course, you will learn about the skills necessary to
produce high quality fillet welds. Here, you will be
introduced to theories regarding the welding process
as well as safe work practices while welding
underwater.

In this course, each topic will be covered with a
lecture and you can also expect actual examinations
where you will be taken underwater for a simulated
welding situation.

Normally, you will be learning 9 different subjects
under this course.

The first will cover safe underwater welding
procedures, the second is about welding plant and
equipment, the third will be the techniques, the
fourth is the preparation on weld, the fifth is about
weld terminology and electrodes, the sixth is the
basic weldability and common weld defects, the seventh
will be monitor and control welding operations, the
eight is quality assurance and control and lastly, the
ninth will be joining steel plates using the three
standard welding techniques.

Taking an underwater welding course can give you a lot
of job opportunities in a commercial diving career. By
being a certified underwater welder, you will be in
demand for shipping, construction, and in the oil and
gas industries.

The air mixed gas commercial diver specialist is also
another course in the commercial diving industry.
Here, you will be taught about the different gas mixes
that divers breathe. From regular air, to nitrox, to
trimix, you will be able to learn how to mix it.

Also, pressure tolerance test is included in this
particular course. You will also learn about the
effects of certain gases to the body when diving. For
example, you will be taught about nitrogen and its
hallucinogenic effects on the brain when breathed
under pressure, and you will also be taught about
oxygen toxicity and why helium is a preferred gas for
breathing when diving in very deep waters.

You will also be taught about decompression and dive
medicine as well as hyperbaric medicine. Safety
operations planning are another crucial part of the
course as well as the commercial applications of
scuba.

Underwater construction will also be covered under
this course as well as inland diving and equipment
maintenance, particularly the gas systems.

The diver medic specialist is also another specialty
course in commercial diving. Here, you will become a
dive medical technician who will be responsible in
making safer and more prepared dives.

You will be taught about the effects of prolonged
diving on the body and also about the different
ailments that divers can experience, such as
decompression sickness and extreme fatigue. You will
also be taught how to care for divers who experienced
accidents during dives as well as the hyperbaric
medicine and treatment.

These are some of the specialty courses that you can
take in commercial diving.

As you can see, there are a lot of career
opportunities in the world of deep sea diving. By
choosing the specialty course you want to learn about,
you can be sure that you will have an enjoyable and
much brighter future in the world of commercial
diving.

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  • Thanks Merle.We all have those little things in life that we stay away from,me I'm fine as long as I can wear face gear so it will not get in my eyes.

  • This is something that has always interested me but I can't swim and like Susan don't like water over my face and head but love watching others doing it.  Thanks for sharing.

  • Thanks Susan and Terri loved your comments.

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    Timothy, WOW!

    Now I admit there is no way in heck I would ever go deep sea diving but I have to tell you that reading this sure as heck has me interested in knowing more about diving.

    It almost makes me want to take classes just to learn about however....I'm not real keen on water over my head so I guess that is pretty much out. This post is wonderful keep up the good work. I will share this for you.

  • Top Member

    Wow Timothy your post is very informative on Deep Sea Diving. It's good to see you in the community. Have you been doing deep sea diving? I don't know if I will be doing this any time soon. Thank you for sharing it in the community. Shared via Syndication Automation and Google plus.

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