Education and Dive Courses

Education and dive training have been my main focus throughout my experience in the diving industry and conservation environment. Through training courses and working with communities, I am able to offer knowledge to initiate actions to further protect marine environments. Through my networks I can help those, who want to make a difference, connect and work towards their goals.

I can offer a wide range of online courses/workshops - whether you are an experienced diver looking for more tools/resources to help educate others, a coral fanatic,(like myself!), or just simply looking to learn more about our wonderful marine environment and what you can do to help. Please don't hesitate to contact me.

Online PADI Courses

PADI Courses

Open Water /Advanced Open Water
Rescue / Divemaster
Dive Theory Workshop / Decompression Theory Workshop

Deep, Nitrox, Self-Reliant, PPB, Wreck, UW Navigation, Emergency O2 Provider, S&R, Project AWARE, AWARE Coral Reef / Shark Conservation

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Marine Conservation

Introduction to Marine Ecosystems
Mangrove and Seagrass Ecosystems
Threats to Marine Ecosystems
Coastal/Dive Cleanup
Sea Turtle Ecology & ID

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Introduction To Coral Reefs
Coral Taxonomy and Identification -
(Genus Level)

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Dive Skill Tips below

PADI IDC Skill Circuit

This skill circuit video is aimed mainly towards Divemaster and Instructor candidates. It could be useful for divers who would like to improve their skill technique whilst being neutrally buoyant, thus being environmentally responsible role models. I believe that dive professionals should be focusing on teaching students with conservation in mind. We divers want to help sustain the health & beauty of marine ecosystems, not only around the Philippine archipelago, but worldwide.

Finning Techniques -

Frog Kick

This finning technique can be taught to students from the beginning and should be used as the primary technique. Resembling a breaststroke kick, propulsion is directed horizontally rather than downwards. Divers can prevent stirring up sand/silt, damaging marine life and have a considerable amount of control while diving. Due to the rest phase of this technique, divers can also reduce their gas consumption.

Finning Techniques - Reverse/Back Kick

Divers can use this technique to move back from marine life, move away from other divers, slow down a forward motion or simply help stay in one position keeping perfect control. UW photographers should master this technique before bringing their cameras down. This will benefit control when shooting and help prevent unnecessary contact with substrates including the reef.

Finning Techniques -

Helicopter Turn

Divers can use this finning technique to rotate their body on an axis, while staying horizontal and not moving their arms. This is a great technique for manoeuvring during a dive, turning without stirring up sand/silt, filming marine life conservatively and, most importantly, preventing any damage to the bottom. Be a #responsiblediver


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