dive shop reccommendation for rescue diver course?

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dive shop reccommendation for rescue diver course?

Post by mslise » Thu, 15 Feb 2007 11:10 am

I'd like to do my rescue diver course- I've found some shops which run it, but I'd like a recommendation if anyone has done it here. I recently did a first aid course here and found that it was dealt with really badly- no-one took it seriously and the teacher didn't even seem to care. :o I don't just want to pay for a qualification, I actually want to learn it all!

Cheers. Lise.

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Post by wadiki » Mon, 26 Feb 2007 3:40 pm

Hi,
It's good to know that u r interested in increasing ur diving knowledge.
It's best if u can get a diving instructor who is committed.

That's the best way to learn.

If u really want value for money, go to www.nastydiver.com

Z.Ng (Zul) is a Diving Instrutor, really good one @ that.
I should know cos he's my instructor.
Did all my diving courses wif him.

He's also a friend, which in time (if you take up his services) he'll be yours

cheers

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