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!
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Have you debated any of these three situational approaches to learning to dive? Learn more about how each option isn’t necessarily a bad option. Each has its own pros and cons list, you just have to figure out which is the best for you.
Have you heard of these six underwater “beasts” before? Each one is unique in its own way leaving us wanting to suit up and go find as many as possible! Learn more about these critters from Gemma as she tells you about each one and where to find them.
Did you know, your fitness level can affect your susceptibility to decompression sickness and other diving-related injuries? A good level of fitness can help you reduce gas consumption and increase your overall enjoyment. There are two types of cardo that can help you improve your diving, Kristen Fassolas, The Scuba Fitness Coach explains both.
The Instructor Trainer Workshop (ITW) is an intense eight day course that includes academic, pool, and open water sessions.
Need some help figuring out how to reach more people online? Richard Devanney is sharing his two cents on how he’s building his online presence. He shares what’s working and what’s not. What he thinks could be the best use of time for promoting your business and overall how to get more eyes to your website.
Do you struggle with getting pool time for confined water sessions? This can be an ongoing struggle if you let it. Instead, use these tips to help facilitate a relationship with your local pool.
Some folks might think that scuba diving is a vacation sport, that you can only dive in spots where you have to travel away from home. We’re here to tell you it isn’t true! Gemma is back with another article on the local diving spots she’s found in her very own backyard in the UK.
This has been a long time coming! We are excited to announce and support RESA’s publishing of a new set of minimum training standards for all diver-level rebreather courses. Our president, Brian Carney, is sharing his reaction to these new standards. Click below to watch the video.