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May 22, 2016 to May 27, 2016
Course is only open to government employees. To register: endorsement from your Unit Diving Supervisor (UDS) is required and current  NOAA Diver certification or completion of NOAA Diver Modules 1 or 2.  More information...
May 14, 2016 to May 20, 2016
Course is open only to government employees. To register: Unit Diving Supervisor (UDS) endorsement, basic certification including 50 dives or an advanced certification including 25 dives. UDS endorsement should include an in...
May 9, 2016 to May 20, 2016
Course is open only to government employees. To register: no diving experience necessary, endorsement from your Unit Diving Supervisor (UDS) is required. More information about this course
Aerial photograph showing flooding in Cape Girardeau, MO during a Mississippi River flooding event in January 2016
January 18, 2016
Media: Article

Flood imagery from specialized NOAA aircraft assists public and emergency managers.

June 1, 2016
Learn how you can prepare for Hurricane Season (June 1 - November 30) at
Frequently Asked Question

Who may attend NOAA Diving Center courses?

NOAA employees, NOAA contractors, NOAA volunteers and other federal, state, and local government employees may apply to attend NOAA Diving courses. Classes are not open to the general public.

A NOAA Diving Center instructor demonstrates how to operate a hyperbaric chamber
November 17, 2015
Media: Image
Frequently Asked Question

How do I log into the NOAA Dive Log (NDL)?

In order to use the NDL, you need to be a NOAA Diver in active or suspended status. Inactive divers (former NOAA Divers) will not be able to log in. 

To access the NDL webpage first go to the NDL Portal, then log in using your user name and password. 

The new NDL site can be accessed using any internet browser. If you need assistance logging into the NDL please contact or call (206) 526-6196.

Frequently Asked Question

What do I do if I am assigned to a new diving unit?

Every NOAA Diver must inform the NOAA Diving Program of a change in duty station as soon as it occurs. Divers should complete the NOAA Form 57-03-04 Diving Unit Change to update the unit contact information. This allows the Diving Program to change the information in the Diver Management System (DMS) and to charge equipment fees to the correct unit.

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