With more than 20 years of experience as a PADI Professional, Ross Neill is a five time Platinum Course Director and 300 Level Elite Instructor dedicated introducing people to their diving dreams – whether they aspire to become a diver, become a better diver or become a PADI Professional. Below, […]Read more ›
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Over the the past 50 years, PADI has been The Way the World Learns to Dive – and we couldn’t do this without our PADI Pros! PADI Pros change countless lives each year, and we asked you to nominate the instructor, Divemaster, or Assistant Instructor who inspired you throughout your […]Read more ›
Are you thinking about becoming a PADI Professional? If becoming a PADI Divemaster or Instructor is in your future, here are some things you can learn and do early in your diving journey that will help to make you more employable when you become a PADI Pro. First Aid and […]Read more ›
I was talking to Brian about becoming a PADI Professional. He’s been in the dive business for some time and we’ve worked together a great deal over the decades. He’s a great man to bounce ideas off. We were trying to find a succinct way to communicate the value of […]Read more ›
Alessandra Sicilia is the manager of TGI Diving, with three PADI Dive Centers in Egypt and a total of 12 around the world. PADI Regional Mananger Jonas Samuelsson interviewed her in the run up to the PADI Women’s Dive Day… Thank you very much for taking the time to share your […]Read more ›
Maritime archaeologist is a scuba diving job that explores archaeological remains in or near the water. Marine archaeologists piece together information about humanity’s past by diving wrecks, harbours, lakes, etc. Sarah Linden is a maritime archaeologist and PADI Instructor. We asked her to tell us a little about her job […]Read more ›