Offshore or Onshore Diver Medical Technician
There are one to two Diver Medical Technicians (DMTs) on every dive team, so this course is an important adjunct to your commercial diving training.
DMT is a hyperbaric advanced first aid qualification with paramedical skills. You’ll gain proficiency in resuscitation and insertion of LMA’s and be able to manage diving and general injuries/illness until transfer to a suitable medical facility is available.
Course duration is 10 days or 5 days for a refresher course. Your DMT training must be renewed every 2 years.
Our DMT course has an equal mix of theory and practice. All paramedical skills are taught on simulators so you can practice as much as you like.
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2017 FULL Course (2 weeks duration):
$3,000Enrol now for earlybird $2,850.
2017 REFRESHER Courses (5 days duration):
- 10th October
- $1,850 per student plus ADAS fees.
We run full DMT and refresher courses on demand, starting with a minimum of 2 students and a maximum of 6 to give you ample ‘practical’ time.
For a cheaper refresher course – ‘bring a friend’ to receive a discount for both of you.
Please contact us directly to discuss your needs.
- Email email@example.com or phone us for further information and enrolment details.
- You have secured your place on your selected course once we’ve received your enrolment form and deposit. We’ll send you a confirmation of receipt and an electronic copy of our handbook. This gives you all the information about the course, accommodation, what is expected of you and what you need to bring. We recommend you print it off and bring it with you to your first class.
- You don’t need to have all your entry requirements upon enrolment. However, it’s up to you to make sure you’ve met all these requirements before starting your course.
- Review of basic anatomy and physiology
- Enhanced first aid and basic life support skills
- Advanced airway management concentrating on LMA and I-Gel’s
- Vital signs and neurological observations
- Patient assessment and reporting
- Intravenous therapy and intraosseous infusion
- Injection techniques
- Needle thoracostomy
- Urinary catheterisation
- Hyperbaric treatment protocols
- Medical terminology and communication with medical authorities.