Verner Fogel has become with his diveschool Merihundi Sukeldumisklubi S-24566 from Tallinn an official PADI Recreational Facility! For him and his staff this is the next logical step. We are very exited and happy that Estonia has opened another PADI Recreational Facility!
We would like to congratulate Verner and his Staff with their new PADI Status and wish them the very best of success with all future PADI courses!
Here you can visit the website of Merihundi Sukeldumisklubi S-24566
At Kuopion Seikkailukeskus OY S-31012. Currently they are at the EuroSafety trade show in Tampere Finland to give lots of information on the Emercency First Response Courses. Jani Sormunen and Kaveli Puomilahti have been working really hard to bring EFR to the next level in Finland and it is clear that their efforts are paying off!
When you are interested to become a Emercency First Aid Responder of even an EFR Instructor you can reach them here!
Today our new PADI.COM website has gone online! The new site offers many new benefits:
- Simplified navigation so consumers can quickly find the information they’re seeking
- Bold images and videos to enhance the user experience
- Mobile-friendly design
- Deeper integration of PADI online communities, including ScubaEarth, making it easier for consumers to connect with PADI
- Clear call-to-actions making it easy for consumers to:
o Locate a PADI Dive Shop
o Sign-up for PADI’s eNewsletter
o Join PADI Diving Society and ScubaEarth
o Replace their certification card
o Enroll in PADI eLearning
o Download the Open Water Diver Touch and PADI App
o Purchase PADI Gear
Enough reasons to go online and check out our new website!