Certifications and Memberships Offered to Accomodate All
- American and Canadian Underwater Certifications, Inc. is
a worldwide diver training organization originally formed
as the Association of Canadian Underwater Councils.
- American Safety & Health Institute CPR and First
Aid programs meet the guidelines of OSHA – Occupational Safety
& Health Administration and the DOT – Department of Transportation.
- The Confederation Mondiale Des Activities Subaquatiques
(World Diving Federation) is comprised of 82 national diving
federations in different countries throughout the world.
- Divers Alert Network is an international nonprofit
diving safety organization and assists in the treatment of
underwater diving accidents plus provides member Instructor's
with oxygen training.
- International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers,
Inc. founded in 1985, is the first diving instructor
certification agency to train Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx).
In 1991 IANTD extended its range of certification to Deep
Air and all breathing gases other than air.
- National Association of Underwater Instructors
was formed in 1960 for trained underwater educators. NAUI
has grown to become the world’s largest democratic underwater
- National Safety Council was chartered by an act
of Congress in 1953. The National Safety First Aid Institute
provides up-to-date training and materials in the art of first
aid and basic life support (CPR).
- Professional Association of Diving Instructors
is the world’s largest diver training organization. PADI training
is handled through specially selected employees of the Institute.
– Rebreather Association of International Divers
is currently one of the newest and fastest growing diving
organizations in the world. Known for their outstanding Internet
study materials, RAID developed totally modern and innovative
courses with the ease of home study curriculums.
– Scuba Diving International
grew out of a sister company TDI – Technical Diving International.
SDI Instructors reflect a new, fresh, innovative approach
to diver training.
– Scuba Educators International
is an organization made from the YMCA Scuba Instructor membership.
YMCA shut down their scuba agency in 2009. This new organization
continues to provide the highest level of community-oriented
education for previous divers, instructors and YMCAs.
SNOKA diving gives tourists the freedom to quickly breathe
and explore underwater without the weight of a tank on their
back. Easier than snorkeling, SNOKA requires little training
and is an instant gratifying experience for vacationers in
resort areas. The
Institute at Hall's is the official training center for certifying
"SNOKA Guide Trainers" to work throughout the world..
- Scuba Schools International has been serving
divers for over decades. It continues to be one of the fastest
growing and innovative diver, instructor and diving business
training agencies in the diving industry. The Institute is
an officially "Recognized Institution" for SSI.
- Technical Diving International is a training
and diver and instructor certification agency specializing
in programs beyond the traditional boundaries of recreational
Referral Program Instructor is five U.S. based
diver training agencies—IDEA, PDIC, NAUI and SSI - who agreed
to work together with a open water training referral program
- International Diving Educators Association
was originally established in 1952 as part of the FSDA - Florida
Skin Divers Association. FSDA was and still is a large group
of politically active dive clubs. FSDA was changed to IDEA
in 1978. IDEA is represented in over 30 different countries.
- Professional Diving Instructors Corporation
is an international SCUBA training and certification agency
founded in the 1960s. PDIC offers diver training from the
open water level to instructor.
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