Are You Ready To Turn Your Passion Into Your Career?

Step One - Begin Your Adventure

Your First Step is to Get Certified to Dive

During your first certification course, you will learn the basics of diving. You will develop your knowledge, dive skills, and actually complete your first dives in the ocean.

Step Two - Develop Your Dive Skills

Enriched Air / Nitrox

The Enriched Air course teaches divers how to dive with gas mixes that have a higher percentage of oxygen than normal air. Enriched air allows divers to dive for longer or minimize time between dives and is very popular among divers trying to get the most from their dive vacation!


During the Navigation course, you will learn how to use both compass and natural navigation to find dive sites underwater and find your way back to your exit location.

Night & Limited Visibility

Diving at night is one of the most incredible experiences divers find as they explore the sport. Many marine animals are nocturnal, so diving at night reveals a world hidden to us during day dives. You will learn how to properly use a dive light and how to navigate effectively at night

Deep Diving

Deep diving is a lot of fun and a course that should be taken by anyone preparing to descend past 60 feet / 20 meters. While diving deeper, we must prepare to ourselves to solve more problems underwater and be ready to complete a more focused dive due to the limitations that depth brings.

Stress & Rescue

During the Stress and Rescue class, you will learn how to manage challenges underwater and how to work as part of a team to assist a diver in distress. You will learn how to recognize the signs of distress, plan a rescue that is safe for the rescuer and victim, and techniques to work as a team to help the diver.

Step Three - Learn to Lead

Science of Diving

Science of Diving is where dive professionals learn the physics, physiology, and engineering that lets humans explore the underwater world. You will learn how to calculate air consumption and plan gas management for multi-level dives. You will also learn how your body reacts to being underwater and how we can prepare to dive safely.


During the Divemaster course, you will learn how to lead dives by managing group positioning, navigation, air management, and no decompression planning. The Divemaster course is the dividing line between recreational and professional divers.

Step Four - Teach Diving

Assistant Instructor

Assistant Instructors help to teach new divers and work with divers getting refreshed on their skills after long periods of inactivity. Assistant Instructors also condcut kids programs and help inspire the next generation of divers!

Open Water Instructor

Open Water Instructors teach new divers how to explore the underwater world. You will learn how to teach diving, beginning with the setup and preparatory work required to run a safe and effective class. Then you will learn how to create exciting classroom presentations, fun pool sessions, and how to show people the open ocean for the first time!

Divemaster Instructor

Divemaster Instructors are members of the dive professional community with many years of experience who can help teach new pros how to safely take people in the underwater world.

Assistant Instructor Trainerr

Assistant Instructor Trainers develop new Assistant Instructors, teaching the fundamentals of how to teach to new instructor candidates.

Master Instructor

Assistant Instructor Trainers develop new Assistant Instructors, teaching the fundamentals of how to teach to new instructor candidates.


Instructor Trainer

Instructor Trainers are dive professionals so passionate about training divers that they make it their mission to train the next generation of dive instructors.

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