Discover an exciting and rewarding career this January

Sign up with DiveSafe International to become a Commercial Diver

Incredible opportunities await those willing to take up the challenge of becoming a Commercial Diver. Are you ready to test yourself?

Sign up for your Commercial Scuba Diving certification through DiveSafe International – Canada’s premier dive school – and discover a new career.

Our upcoming Commercial Scuba Diver (CSD) course

DiveSafe International’s 2017 schedule kicks off with a Commercial SCUBA Program on January 23rd. Seats are limited so register early, and start the new year in the proven and profitable career of commercial diving.

This five-week diving course will get you certified to conduct commercial diving operations using scuba equipment to a maximum depth of 40 metres (130 feet).

Occupational Scuba Diver grads can expect to enjoy employment opportunities from a wide scope of operations, including aquaculture diving, seafood harvesting, engineering and environmental inspections, archaeological investigation, public safety diving, search and recovery, police operations, small vessel maintenance and underwater film/video production.

And did you know that the hiring rate for DiveSafe International’s graduates is approximately 95 per cent? How cool is that?

Why DiveSafe International is your best dive school option

Well, aside from our phenomenal graduate employment rates, DiveSafe has been a top choice for dive students since we began.

Our Underwater Marine Education Centre is located in Campbell River, BC – the gateway to Discovery Passage and an area known for its world-class diving. Because of our stellar location, all our practical dive training is done in the ocean. Whether off our 90-foot dive barge in the marina or at various locations within a short boat trip on one of our three diving vessels, you will learn what it’s like to dive when you’re feeling the currents and seeing marine life.

Be they working on environmental survey projects using video equipment or getting their feet wet with scientific data-collecting techniques, our students get practical, hands-on ocean training they couldn’t get anywhere else.

So what’s keeping you from diving the incredible West Coast and training as a commercial scuba diver?

To find out how to get involved in this industry or to learn more about our new CSD course, visit our website at And don’t forget to look into First Nations funding options by or calling 1.888.325.3483.