PADI announces its RNLI Diver Sea Survival Course

The Health and Safety of our divers, staff and residents is of paramount importance to us at Viewpoint Diving.

We are therefore pleased to be one of the first centres to offer the PADI/RNLI Diver Sea Survival Course, the latest PADI Distinctive Speciality, open to all divers who are Open Water qualifed or above.

This courses teaches divers how to be even safer in the water and demonstrates techniques for enhanced survival should the worst ever happen.

We will be announcing some course dates soon on our Facebook page, so beacome our Facebook friend to hear all our news and event dates.


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