TDI Evaluation Slates and Cue Cards are Here

Evaluation Slates:

The TDI Course(s) Evaluation Slates allow the instructor to track students’ progress throughout the course. At 7.25″ x 5″ (18.415cm x 12.5cm), the evaluation slate fits easily in a thigh pocket, lists all the skills required for the course, and has space for the instructor to record which dive each skill was completed on for each student. When combined with the TDI Course(s) Skill Cue Cards, they create a powerful tool to help increase the instructors efficiency and organization.

Skill Cue Cards:

The TDI Course(s) Skill Cue Cards offer a convenient and efficient way for the instructor to communicate the skill he/she would like the student to perform. They are compact, yet the font is large enough for students to read easily. When combined with the TDI Course(s) Evaluation Slates, they create a powerful tool to help increase the instructors efficiency and organization.

You can find the Slates and Cards in our online store > or by contacting your local regional office.

Courses included:

  • Intro To Tech
  • Sidemount
  • Advanced Nitrox
  • Advanced Wreck
  • Deco Procedures / Helitrox
  • Extended Range / Trimix
  • Advanced Trimix

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4 Responses to TDI Evaluation Slates and Cue Cards are Here

  1. Richard Taylor says:

    Fantastic!! Can’t wait to use them!! Have used my own written slates but these will be excellent, and perfect tools for use in Instructor Courses! Well done guys!!

  2. Stephanie says:

    Hi Why are the card sizes given in imperial measurements instead of metric?, Is it because it is an older product that has been re-introduced with changed information? I would be convenient not having to convert to centimetres to determine if they would fit a particular BCD pocket. Amazingly, many dive product, while being touted as “leading edge technology” still give specifications using the old imperial system, (such as the Force Fin online catalog) which would be appropriate if the products were vintage gardening tools, but not “high tech” dive gear! So it would not only save someone from having to pick up a calculator but also from misinterpreting specifications given in inches for centimetres. Only makes sense. Regards. -Stephanie

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