Saturday, 14 April 2012

Diving Tenerife ~ April update.

Sorry for the delay in blogging!! we have been rather busy in the center with Divemaster Interns and our regular divers.

So here is a quick round up of what has been going on in Amarilla Divers.

Colin reached his 100th Dive and was certified as and OWSI and then taught his first PADI course with Alex one of our latest Divemaster interns.  Alex came as a non-diver and went straight into him Open Water course with Colin. The course went well and both Alex & Colin had a great time doing the training.

Colin will be back with us in May for a couple of weeks and also in the summer to get some more certifications under his belt and more experience. Colin has done a fantastic job so far and we know he will make an excellent instructor.

We have also had a few more new divers join Amarilla Divers. We had Michaela, Mark, Robin, Susannah & Jon all do their Open Water courses with Neil & Mary. Whilst the Divemaster interns have been busy helping out with courses, they have also been completing some of their own. 



Hannah has now completed her Peak Performance Buoyancy, Night Diver & Deep Diver Specialties, plus her Advanced Open Water and Emergency First Response course. She has finished her Rescue Exam with a great score and is almost at her 40 Dives to start her Divemaster course. Hannah is also now staying on for a couple of weeks extra to gain more experience.

 Aaron was also here for a weeks holiday and wanted to complete some Specialty course and so he managed to pass his Night Diver, Deep Diver & Wreck Diver courses with Neil. He now needs just a few more dives before he can apply for his Master Scuba Diver certification. This is the highest NON-professional certification in the PADI System and is gained through Rescue Diver & 5 PADI Specialties.

Robin Millar was back for some diving and he was joined by Tony Farmer, Tony Gillies, Alan and the divemasters for some nice dives to Radazul, Tabaiba, El Meridian & El Condesito. We have had some great dives lately and everyone as been getting some nice photos and some great diving too.

We will be introducting you to our latest Divemaster interns soon and giving you an update on how all of them are progressing too.

Remember that we run Divemaster internships all year round and also have the option of doing the Assistant Instructor course if you have been certified for a minimum of 6 months.

If you are interested in changing your life style and becoming a PADI Pro, then contact Mary and have an informal chat to discuss your future.

see you soon :)

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