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5 Must-Dive Wrecks in Thailand for Technical Divers

Guest Blog Written by Tim Lawrence and all images taken by Mario Guido Rossi. For some, diving vibrant coral reef walls among some of the world’s most unique marine animals can be exciting enough. However for others, technical diving in waters deeper than 30 meters/98 feet to discover untouched dive sites...

Melbourne, Australia: A Must-Visit Technical Diving Destination

Written by George Wegmann, PADI Instructor Development Consultant  Melbourne is the perfect destination for you to continue your technical diving journey. Located in Victoria, Australia this pristine diving destination is full of world-class dive sites just waiting to be explored. Port Phillip Bay...

Evolving Thought on Deep Decompression Stops

Written by: John Adsit, PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer and Tec Trimix Instructor Reviewed by: Simon Mitchell, MB ChB, PhD, DipOccMed, DipAdvDHM (ANZCA), FUHM, FANZCA, School of Medicina, University of Auckland The decision to no longer require teaching deep stop strategies...

Tec 40 – Who, What, Where, When, Why?

Written by PADI Regional Manager and TecRec Instructor Trainer, Chris Hailey. Are you a scuba diver looking for a new challenge? Or maybe you’re wanting to explore underwater places deeper than 30 meters or that nobody has ever seen before? Then the PADI Tec 40 course might just be for you. N...

Apply Now – PADI TecRec Instructor Trainer Course

Application criteria are now available for the PADI TecRec Instructor Trainer Course in Malta, 17-21st June 2019 This course is for experienced Tec Deep Instructors (and higher) who want to become PADI Tec Deep Instructor Trainers. Successful candidates will be able to apply for further TecRec...

Technical Divers – Diving Diseases Research Centre needs your help

The Diving Diseases Research Centre based in Plymouth, UK is conducting a research project relating to technical divers. Diving Diseases Research Centre If you can spare a few minutes of your time to help them to gain a better insight into the general health and diving practices of technical dive...

 New Standards Published by Rebreather Training Council

The Rebreather Training Council (RTC) is the body representing training agencies providing courses for divers using rebreathers. In the last two years, the RTC has published training standards for recreational and technical rebreather divers. Now, the RTC has published two further standards...
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