Scuba Careers

My Favourite Experience Teaching Scuba Diving – Part 2

My Favourite Experience Teaching Scuba Diving – Part 2

9 May, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Guest blogger, Alexandra Dimitriou, concludes her favourite experience teaching scuba diving in this post. [I assured her that when we went to open water she would find it easier. She looked at me with disbelief. I just nodded and told her – “Just wait and see”…] Jaquie left the dive center. […]

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PADI Rescue Diver Course – The Next Big Step in Our Scuba Diving Career

PADI Rescue Diver Course – The Next Big Step in Our Scuba Diving Career

5 May, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

This week’s post from guest blogger Lowri James, focuses on how and why she and her husband took their PADI Rescue Diver course… Having gained more experience in a range of diving, progressing to PADI Advanced Open Water Divers in Dahab, Egypt in 2013, and completing our Deep Diver specialty […]

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5 Ways Becoming a PADI Dive Instructor Benefits You in the Real World

5 Ways Becoming a PADI Dive Instructor Benefits You in the Real World

3 May, 2017 at 5:02 am Comments are Disabled

There’s a lot more to being a PADI Instructor than being a great diver (but of course that helps). A good instructor is also: an engaging public speaker, someone who can anticipate a student’s needs, and someone who can break down complicated topics into easy-to-understand chunks. These skills, learned in […]

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My Favourite Experience Teaching Scuba Diving – Part 1

My Favourite Experience Teaching Scuba Diving – Part 1

3 May, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

This year marks guest blogger, Alexandra Dimitriou’s, 10th anniversary as a PADI instructor. Her experiences teaching scuba diving, like all instructors, vary from the utterly awesome, to the downright terrible. In this post, she focuses on her favourite… So what has been my favourite experience teaching scuba diving? It has to be […]

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Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 2

Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 2

30 April, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Continuing from part one, AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith explains her role in the underwater excavations of the famous Antikythera wreck… In 2012 a marine archaeologist from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts was granted permission by the Greek government to once again start underwater excavations on the Antikythera wreck. Alongside other […]

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Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 1

Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 1

25 April, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

In this two part blog AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith writes about getting involved in the mysterious world of underwater archaeology… Why Underwater Archaeology? There are many aspects of diving I love, and there are always new adventures to have and new places to see as a diver. This is one of […]

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