Dive Medic Technician Course – Tampa, FL
Date(s) - Apr. 12, 2021 - Apr. 16, 2021
Trilogy Dive Center
Trilogy’s DMT Program has been approved by Florida Department of Health – EMS for 40 hours of Continuing Education for Paramedics and EMTs. The DMT Course Provider Number is 20-703255.
The National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology (www.nbdhmt.org) provides international certification for the Dive Medic Technician certification. Trilogy’s DMT program is approved by NBDHMT and is only one of three in Florida. The DMT course provides focused didactic and practical training that addresses recognition, stabilization and treatment of decompression and other diving-related injuries.
Successful completion permits the student to take the board certification test for DMT. This course is open to anyone interested in dive medicine, however, you must be a Paramedic or EMT to become board certified as a DMT. Contact our training office, email@example.com, for dive medicine courses for diving professionals and non-EMS personnel.
Topics Include: Physics and Physiology of Diving, Decompression Sickness, Cerebral Arterial Gas Embolism, Barotrauma, and more….
Skill Stations: Patient Assessment, Neurological Assessment, Airway Management, Chest Decompression, Trauma.
You do not need to be a certified scuba diver to attend this course. Trilogy is a SDI, TDI, and ERDI training center if you are interested in becoming scuba certified.
Class Days and Times:
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
The course is $695. This does not include testing fees which are payable to NBDHMT.
Seating is limited for this course.
If you are not Scuba Certified and would like to add that to this course Trilogy is running an Open Water Certification course April 9-11, 2021, and April 17-18. The cost is only $279 (discounted for DMT students) and includes use of all gear necessary to complete the course. You can add on the SCUBA COURSE when you register for the DMT. You can also register for the scuba certification course anytime after registration but at least 2 weeks prior to the course.