NEW ITDA Snorkelling Programs for Juniors
Snorkelling and Free Diving are excellent ways to enjoy maximum
fun in the water and we focus our training on "SAFETY FIRST" and
then "MAXIMUM FUN"... With a little theory about the hazards and
risks involved in any activities conducted in Confined or/and Open
Water Environments, plus....+
Snorkeling requires no special training, only the ability to
swim and to breathe through the snorkel. However, for safety
reasons, instruction and orientation from an experienced
snorkeler, tour guide, dive shop, or equipment-rental shop is
Instruction generally covers equipment usage, basic safety,
what to look for, and what to look out for, and conservation
instructions (fragile organisms such as
coral are easily damaged by
divers and snorkelers). Some organizations recommend that for
snorkeling safety one should
not snorkel alone, but rather with an ITDA Instructor, "buddy",
or ITDA Pro guide or an ITDA
CPR First Aid
First Aid is to be included in all ITDA training and certification
programs from Jan 1st. 2016... This is an additional short
training module and an "Introduction to Diving First-Aid"
We can also offer additional First-Aid training and
certification from our partner IHMP First Aid and Medical Training
Ltd. An International Specialist in First-aid trainng provider.
Link here to
more information about IHMP and Diving First Aid....
As this is a NEW program we are just finishing the final
dvelopments before the launch for 2016 from Jan worldwide....
Please be patient and contact us if you need more info or sample
materials ahead of the launch...
See also "ITDA Snorkelling
Unique Benefits of ITDA Training
The ITDA are focused on higher quality training and
have created a unique assessment and skills evaluation
process based on our step system, building student
knowledge and skills slowly (At Your Pace!) ...
We also only issue certification based on your actual
ability level, sometime this means requiring more
experience before full certifications are awarded.
98% of our programs are pass first time...