Scuba Diving Job Placement

You can Land your Diving Dream Job with Training and Placement from Hall's!

PROVEN Training and Placement Results! WORLDWIDE PLACEMENT For
over TWENTY Consecutive Years.

1992-93 100% PLACED Reported by FETPIP, Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program administered by the Commission for Independent Education.

1993-96 100% PLACED in 4 out of 6 types of instructor programs. 96% placed average of all.

1997-02 100% PLACED in 6 out of 8 types instructor programs. 98% placed average of all.

1993-96 100% PLACED in 4 out of 6 types of instructor programs. 96% placed average of all.

1997-02 100% PLACED in 6 out of 8 instructor programs. 98% placed average of all programs.

2003-08 100% PLACED in all programs except 2007 Repair which had 75% placed.

2008-09 100% PLACED in 7 out of 8 instructor programs. 98% placed average of all.

2009-10 100% PLACED in 7 out of 8 instructor programs. 80% placed average of all.

2011-13 100% PLACED in all programs.

2013-14 100% PLACED in 3 out of 3 instructor programs. 94% placed average of all.

2014- 15 100% PLACED in all programs.

2015-16 100% PLACED in 3 out of 4 instructor programs. 97% placed average of all.

2016- 17 100% PLACED in all programs.

As a result of a vocational program review for 1992-2016, locally collected vocational student follow-up data have been used to compile this information. The methods used to collect this information are specified by state laws and rules. These data are available for inspection upon request.

Hall's Trained Graduates are in Demand Worldwide!

Hall's Graduate Placement Service includes:

Complete resume service - access to over 11,500 Hall's employer contacts - Mail, E-mail, Phone - Interview arrangements - and more.

Payroll Compensation

Based on employment offer records for Hall's Graduates, pay offers from 2003 through 2016 varied from $20 to $60,000 a year to start. The majority of the offers are between $30 and $40,000 a year. Some employers give additional benefits of bonuses, commissions, tips, etc. to reach these figures. These records are available for inspection at the Institute on request. Individual samplings can be given to you for inquiry before attendance. Expect $30 to $60,000 a year for most jobs involving management. If you own your own business expect $100,000 or more per year depending on the size of your business, profit margins and skill.

Diversified Employment Opportunities for Hall's Graduates*

  • Resort Instructor
  • Marine Institute Instructor
  • Dive Store Manager
  • Dive Store Owner
  • Dive Resort Owner
  • U/W Photographer
  • University Aquatics Director
  • University Diving Officer
  • Marine Mammal Trainer
  • Search and Rescue Team Leader
  • Dive Tour Operator
  • Dive Travel Agent
  • Municipal Aquarium Diver
  • Live Aboard Dive Instructor
  • Diving Sales and Instruction
  • Equipment Repair Technician
  • Cruise Ship Diver
  • Dive Services Operator
  • Dive Boat Captain/Divemaster
  • Club Med Instructor
  • Equipment Sales Representative
  • Cruise Line Aquatics Manager
  • Diving Publication Writer (Dive Training Magazine)
  • Diving Publication Sales Rep. (Rodales)
  • Independent Instructor
  • U/W Videographer
  • Theme Park Dive Team (EPCOT)
  • Certification Agency Sales Representative
  • Beachmaster
  • Park Service Diver Trainer
  • Police Diver Trainer
  • Scientific Dive Team Leader
  • Director of Dive Operations
  • U/W Movie Production
  • Instructor/Divemaster/Actor
  • Instructor Trainer
  • Training Director
  • Trainer Police Search and Rescue
  • Cruise Line Instructor
  • Equipment Repair Technician

*Source: Placement Records For Over Twenty Years, the Demand for Hall's Graduates
has always Exceeded the Supply.

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