SDI Diver News

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Recreational Sport Diver Equivalences

Have you ever found yourself wondering if an SDI course is equal (or equivalent) to courses offered by other dive training organizations?

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The First Step to Become a Scuba Instructor

Well you have accomplished the first step by getting certified as an Open Water Scuba Diver. What you will need now is experience, training and time.

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Shore Diving Tips and Tricks

Here are some tips and tricks to make your shore diving adventure more enjoyable!

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Things Divers Should Never Do

The following are sensible suggestions of things divers should never do, based entirely on common sense.

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EarShield Changes the Face of Water Based Activities

Ask anyone who regularly participates in these types of activities what one of their number one problems is, and you will inevitably hear water entering their ears and becoming trapped.

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55 Things Divers Born After 1980 Will Understand

By the time divers born in the 1980’s started to dive, the sport had evolved rapidly from its earlier days. Divers in this generation have access to equipment and training the generation before would not have dreamt of when they started diving.

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Scubility Taken to All Corners of the Globe

Teaching or assisting divers with disabilities requires an alternative view and approach but in the end is extremely rewarding.

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SDI vs. TDI vs. ERDI – What’s the difference in the diving courses?

We get questioned a lot on what the difference is between SDI, TDI and ERDI courses, so we decided to put it out there where it’s easy for everyone to find when they start doing research.

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When to take an Inactive/Refresher Course

For an individual who has not been diving in a while, the return to the water can be both exciting and nerve wracking. Anxiety and concern over what has been forgotten, or what may happen, can get to the nerves of anyone.