PADI EMEA Ltd will be conducting a Rescue Challenge UK event this September, and you’re invited to come along and get involved! Continue reading “PADI Rescue Challenge UK Event – 13-15th September 2013”
The Undersea Journal is currently accepting contributions for a “Best Teaching Tips from the Field” feature that will publish in the fourth quarter issue. This article will detail the best tips, tricks, strategies, pointers, words-to-the-wise and any other expert advice you can offer to fellow pros based on your experience as a passionate diver and professional. Continue reading “Request for Your “Best Teaching Tips Ever” Feature”
YouTube is ranked 2nd for all searches on the internet, and its not even a search engine in the traditional sense. So we know that video is big. In fact who has’t watched a video on YouTube be it the Evolution of dance, or what happens when you combine a popular drink with a brand of soft mints or even a keyboard playing cat (yes thats right 31,199,425 views!) Continue reading “Using PADI’s Youtube to help market your business”
Get Involved With ScubaEarth™
Use ScubaEarth to help increase entry-level diver certifications.
PADI Members are the hub of ScubaEarth, the new PADI online scuba resource and social community for divers and other water lovers. As a PADI Member, there are numerous opportunities to promote your ScubaEarth presence and use it to help grow your business. Continue reading “Get Involved With ScubaEarth™”
ScubaEarth Update – New Features & Improvements
As you know, every day around the world, divers are exploring the underwater world by logging dives, taking photos, encountering amazing marine life and exploring fascinating sites. ScubaEarth is the online destination where all these things come together so divers can easily research and share their passion for diving. Importantly, PADI Members benefit from being at the center of this new and exciting online community. Continue reading “ScubaEarth Update – New Features & Improvements”
New Email Requirement for PIC Online in Effect from the 1st May 2013
From the 1st May 2013 all certifications submitted via PIC Online or DSD Registration Online require a student email address.
Email addresses are required for quality management purposes and to help enhance diver safety by ensuring that the PADI courses and programs are conducted in accordance with PADI standards. History shows that customers taking PADI Programs are more likely to respond, and respond accurately, to Course Evaluation Questionnaires when the survey is received as quickly as possible following training, via email. Continue reading “New Email Requirement for PIC Online in Effect”
By now you’ve visited ScubaEarth™, established your profile and are exploring the site. If you haven’t, log in at the PADI Pros’ Site and click on the SE icon to enter ScubaEarth.
So, what’s next? First of all, you’ll want to set up dive sites or edit existing sites you know. When you establish a dive site, your name appears next to it with a link back to your profile. This helps you establish credibility and leadership within the community. Plus, every time you establish a dive site, your name will appear with a link back to your profile. Continue reading “PADI Members – ScubaEarth™ Spotlight: Setting Up and Editing Dive Sites”
We will be conducting a series of ‘Drop In Clinics’ during the day (10:30-17:00) where you can meet the the PADI Training Team and over a cup of tea or coffee and get your PADI questions answered.
During the evenings you can attend the 2013 PADI Member Forum presentation (19:00-20:00) which will be presented by Terry Johnson and John Carlin. This presentation will summarise the news, training and events of 2012 and what will be coming up this year. It is a great opportunity to stay up to date with the latest developments in the Diving Industry, ask questions and you will also receive a seminar credit as well for attending. Continue reading “2013 PADI Drop In Clinics And Member Forums in the UK”
You can use ScubaEarth to help grow your customer base and build camaraderie by sharing content that generates enthusiasm and excitement.
One of the best ways to do this is to share the things you’re doing on a regular basis, such as uploading photos from your recent dives or courses. Continue reading “ScubaEarth™ Spotlight: Content Sharing”
PADI 2013 Dublin Member Forum
This year’s PADI 2013 Dublin Member Forum presentation will be presented by John Carlin and will summarise the news, training and events of 2012 and what will be coming up in 2013. It is a great opportunity to stay up to date with the latest developments in the Diving Industry, ask questions and you will also receive a seminar credit as well for attending. Continue reading “Member Forum and Rescue Workshop in Ireland”