Commercial Diver performing a visual inspection.
Commercial Diving is the #6 fastest growing career in the US!
Commercial diver performing Magnetic Particle testing.
OFFSHORE SAFETY AND SURVIVAL TRAINING
TOC students at offshore safety and survival training at the Texas City Natatorium.
Working with lift bags
TOC student working with lift bags to position a heavy pipe for flange assembly.
Zero visibility training
Zero visibility training is a required part of the Ultimate Diver program.
Operating a decompression chamber
TOC student operating a decompression chamber while his Instructor supervises.
water commercial dives
TOC students gather for a picture at the Texas A&M facility where they perform open water commercial dives.
Offshore safety and survival training
TOC students at offshore safety and survival training at the Texas City natatorium.
board the safety craft
TOC students at offshore safety and survival training in Texas City learning the proper way to board the safety craft.
topside and underwater welding
Both topside and underwater welding are included in the Ultimate Diver Program.
open water dive
TOC students entering the water for an open water dive.
Ocean Corp students wait for their
instructors command to descend in open water
training in Galveston Texas.
open water commercial dive
Ocean Corp student entering the water at an open
water commercial dive in Galveston Texas.
Advancent Based on Performamce
Advancement in Commercial Diving is based on personal performance. Divers who do their jobs well have potential to move ahead fast. The people you will work for in this field are divers themselves. They do not care where you came from
or how new you are to diving — only that you do a good job.
In an industry where individual performance really matters, you’ll be thankful for the in–depth, comprehensive training you receive from Ocean Corp’s Ultimate Diver Training. It’s important to remember, we have been in this business since
1969 and we know what it takes to get ahead in this industry – that’s what we will pass on to you.
Within 300 Miles
The majority of commercial diving done in the world is done in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the very reason why The Ocean Corporation chose to locate its training facilities in Houston, Texas way back in 1969. Many major commercial diving
companies are located within 300 miles of our front door!.
Exciting Employment Opportunities
Houston is the place to be for those wanting to work offshore. Commercial divers are vital to offshore production. They build the oil platforms and pipelines deep below the ocean surface. They also perform all aspects of subsurface inspections and repairs on these structures.
Many Ocean Corp graduates choose to work offshore but, there is a wide variety of diving opportunities available inland for trained commercial divers as well. Divers routinely perform inspections, repairs and support services for a variety
of inland diving projects including: Nuclear Plants, Bridges, Municipal Waste Water Facilities, Dams, Ship Harbors, Ports, Water Towers, Resorts and Cruise Lines, Aquariums, And many more!