Saturation Life Support Technician (LST)

Overview

Courses for Saturation Life Support Technician (LST) are available to those with a good general education. This unique course, involves classroom work covers physics, physiology, legislation and dive system requirements, covering the LST requirements for an introduction to this highly responsible, non-diving, topside support role.

Course Objectives

Courses for Assistant Life Support Technicians (ALSTs) are available to those with a good general education. Classroom work covers physics, physiology, and legislation and dive system requirements, covering the ADCI requirements for an introduction to this highly responsible, non-diving, topside support role. After successfully completing the course, an Assistant Life Support Technician requires 200 days of offshore work with a diving complex to become eligible to take the examination to qualify as a full Life Support Technician.*

Additional Information

Course Length: 84 hours

Course Required By: Association of Diving Contractors International and Commercial Diving Companies

Written Exam: After successfully completing the course, a Life Support Technician requires 200 days of offshore work with a diving complex to become eligible to take the examination to qualify as a full Life Support Technician.

Retraining: Every year.

A commercial diver holding an Association of Diving Contractors International, Inc. or IMCA-recognized diving qualification that completed diver training. Minimum age is 18.

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