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New Course Descriptions

New Course Descriptions and Live Standards and Procedures Posted Online for Public View

In a day where consumers like to educate themselves online before talking to anyone prior to making decisions on a possible purchase, International Training wanted to ensure that your potential customers felt like they have as many questions answered regarding the courses offered and thus enabling them to make a decision on the spot – regardless of the location or time of day.

As a result, International Training has recently revamped the course descriptions posted on the website to better inform your potential students of available courses and drive them directly to your facility. The course descriptions now include the “who, what, where, why and how” for every mainstream course offered in the SDI/TDI/ERDI curriculum.

Anyone can access the course descriptions by going through the following steps –

get certified

  1. Go to https://www.tdisdi.com
  2. Select the drop down menu in the top left hand section of the page for SDI, TDI, or ERDI.
  3. Select “Get Certified”
 

The following page will list the agency specific flow chart with live links included to direct you to a page outlining the details of the selected course. All you have to do is click the course to find out more information…

sdi flowchart

 

The end of each course description includes links to search for a facility, sign up for eLearning (if available for that course), the current standards and procedures for the course, as well as a list of relevant articles on our blog page.

related articles

The goal for the new course descriptions is to better inform potential students and generate more interest in courses offered at your dive center, while giving them direct access to your store information and even the ability to sign up directly for eLearning courses. If you have any questions about the new course descriptions, or have any ideas on what we can do to improve this section, please feel free to contact your regional representative with your feedback.

 
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