Current of change: Teaching diving changes for diver safety!

Posted 18 Feb 2015

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Every once in a while in the dive industry, there’s a current of change, and as a direct effect – teaching diving changes for diver safety!

PADI Standards change to address the statistics of diving-related emergencies and problems that have been reported over a period of time. From that intelligence, diver training organisations such as PADI, fine-tune performance requirements for any course or program to improve those diver safety statistics.

Our PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) internship candidates have successfully completed their PADI Instructor Examination (IE) held at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre. When they certify their first student, they will likely be most proud of adhering to the PADI Standards that their mentors of the Go PRO team counselled them to follow! Our Go PRO team themselves have a good relationship with PADI to develop their own instructional skills and receive support and advice from PADI too!

Advice given by IE examiner Marc van der Poel and resident Platinum PADI Course Director Richard Swann, is that our candidates should always follow the PADI Standards with their own sound judgment – not someone else’s sound judgment!

Our interns and any client wanting to purchase updated materials to teach updated courses, can find an array of educational materials at our Kota Kinabalu Dive Shop.

Get in touch with one of our helpful Go PRO advisors based at our Kota Kinabalu HQ to receive more information on our professional scuba diving internships in Sabah, Borneo!



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