Diver Medic Technician (DMT) Training Course
This 48-hour NBDHMT-approved program provides focused didactic and practical training that addresses recognition, stabilization and treatment of decompression and other diving-related injuries. Specific course topics include:
- Diving physiology
- Recognition of marine life hazards
- Clinical assessment of diving injuries such as barotrauma and decompression sickness
- Neurological examinations
- Hyperbaric chamber operations
Students will drill using an on-site 72” multi-place chamber and gain an understanding of operation of a vessel-based Transportable Recompression Chamber System (TRCS). Upon successful completion of the course, students may apply to NBDHMT for certification as a Diver Medic.
Initial Certification: March 27 - April 1st 2017 National Board Exam: April 1st, 2017
NBDHMT DTM Initial Certification Course: $1,300.00
Cost includes book and test materials. Housing and meals are not provided, but a group rate has been negotiated at a local hotel. Numerous restaurants are located within a seven-mile radius of the facility.
Mr. Roger Garcia is a retired US Navy Diving Medical Technician and Hospital Corpsman. He has trained military and special operations personnel during his 20 years of military service and is currently the Operations Director for FIU’s Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only undersea saturation research station, and the Diving Safety Officer for the university.
Kindly click on the following 'DMT Course Registration and Payment Site' to secure your spot in the class.
All training will take place at FIU’s Aquarius Reef Base facility in Islamorada, Florida.
The Certified Diver Medic Course Registration Form and Fitness to Work in Pressurized Settings Form must be completed prior to the start of the class. Kindly submit your completed forms to Roger Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For more information, contact: Mr. Roger Garcia at 305.664.2916 x207 or via email at email@example.com.
This 48-hour NBDHMT-approved program provides didactic and practical training addressing recognition, stabilization and treatment of decompression and other diving-related injuries. Course topics include: -Diving physiology -Recognition of marine life hazards -Clinical assessment of diving injuries such as barotrauma and DCS -Neurological examinations -Hyperbaric chamber operations Upon successful completion of the course, students may apply to NBDHMT for certification as a Diver Medic.