Think about diving in Australia and the first thing that comes to mind might be the Great Barrier Reef. The corals and tropical fish alone might make you want to book a flight today. However, what if we told you there are also wrecks among the reef perfect for even the most adventurous divers?
You’ve taken the course and now you’re a tech diver… You could continue up the ranks of tech diving or you could simply just dive to gain more experience. We’re here to throw something straight out of left field… have you ever thought of becoming a divemaster?
These two dive sites in New Zealand will leave you ready to book a flight as soon as possible to see all of the marine life below the surface.
Are you ready to teach freediving with PFI, but aren’t sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place. Becoming a PFI Freediver Instructor is a relatively straightforward process. Learn more about this process and crossing over from another agency now.
It’s that time of year again where we start looking back through the year and planning for the next. With PFI being so new to the International Training family you didn’t have as many articles to read. However, that didn’t stop you from reading these three time and time again.
For all SDI instructors, we have an exciting opportunity to participate in research into scuba diving leadership. This important research has the potential to impact leadership training in scuba diving, the military, public safety and other areas. Any SDI instructor member can take the survey, whether in teaching or non-teaching status. We urge you to take a few minutes to complete the survey today!