If variety is the spice of life, then PADI Specialty Courses are the spice of diving. These courses, and there are over 20 of them, allow you to pursue and teach your own favourite diving. As well, with such a range of courses, you can meet your customer’s needs. A trip to the Antarctic, how about Ice Diving. Traveling to Lake Titicaca, try Altitude Diving. Or perhaps something a little more mainstream like diving on the Great Barrier where Underwater Naturalist would be very handy .
There are numerous benefits to attending a Specialty Instructor Training Seminar…
This is the most popular PADI specialty courses in Australia and is one of the most enjoyable courses to teach. Students have a real desire to know more about their aquatic environment. It is also a most important course. And for good reason. As instructors we have an obligation to look after our diving environment.
The PADI Search and Recovery Specialty Course is one of the most popular of all specialties in that it provides the students with very practical skills and knowledge that can be put to good use in any diving environment. The ability to search for lost objects and then recover them once found can even be profitable.
Few skills distinguish the proficient diver as conspicuously as underwater navigation. Every dive requires some form of navigation. In fact, nearly all dives would be enhanced with advanced navigational skills. You can reduce confusion, avoid long surface swims, conserve energy and air and even find the dive site!
It is hard to imagine a diver specialty more versatile than underwater photography. Whether exploring amid reefs, under ice, at altitude or on wrecks, if there is something worth seeing, there’s something worth photographing. This makes underwater photography a pursuit that mixes well with other specialties and one that permits divers to share the underwater world with nondivers.
Enriched air diving has made the transition from technical/research diving to recreational diving and is now a growing market in its own right. Recreational divers now have the opportunity to utilise the latest equipment technology and diving techniques to enhance their own diving adventure and safety.
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