Do you think you’re ready for your next course? Have you taken the time to really think that through while comparing the new skills you’ll learn the skills you should already know? We’re guiding you through physical readiness and mental readiness to help you better determine if you’re truly ready for that next course.
Do you like to play games? Do you like to scuba dive? What if you could combine the two to improve your scuba skills, be it on your own or as an instructor with your students? Either way, you’re going to want to check these out.
When changing hose configurations, fine-tuning your existing setup, or assembling a brand new rig, there are several important things to take into consideration to ensure your assembly is tailored to you and your diving preferences.
The common yoke tank valve o-ring may be the unsung hero of the diving equipment realm. This humble piece of equipment is often overlooked or ignored, but it can make or break your dive. An o-ring may be the difference between exploring a beautiful reef with your buddy and remaining in the confines of the dive boat.
Teaching your first IDC can be intimidating for anyone but if you remember these few things it might just go a little smoother than you planned.
The scuba struggle is real! Involuntary functions of the body are going to follow us underwater whether we like it or not.
Changing these habits now could save your reputation and even your life.
Your open water course just can’t cover everything there is to know and I’m here to provide a few answers.
The Instructor Trainer Workshop is a very rigorous and rewarding program; however, it is not something to be taken lightly.