Founded in 2017, to tackle the challenge the dive industry face in South East Asia.and through it’s free membership, RSTC SEA is one the mechanism for worldwide cooperation in reaching international consistency (similar to others like the RSTC, WRSTC , EUF and CMAS) in updated minimum course training standards. Diving evolve quickly and the major player in the diving industry are still stuck in with trainign develop in the 80’s. RSTC SEA member councils recognize and accept responsibility for the promotion and unification of worldwide safety of the recreational diving public, international consistency of training standards and worldwide safety and credibility of the diving industry.
PDIC South East Asia.
PDIC SEA has a long history of training recreational SCUBA divers. With instructors and training facilities located worldwide, PDIC SEA implements a system of training that is a result of over thirty years of experience. A SCUBA diver carrying our certification is recognized throughout the world as a quality-trained, safe diver.
The PDIC System consists of the PDIC Complete Course Concept which was designed from carefully developed teaching methods and procedures. Used in conjunction with the PDIC Instructor Manual, the PDIC Complete Course Concept will provide the open water student the opportunity to develop both good skills and the necessary knowledge to enjoy years of safe, comfortable diving.
The highest degree of safety and quality can be guaranteed by following the PDIC progressive learning experience through classroom, pool and open ware exercises. Upon successful completion of the PDIC Open Water course, students are well-trained, confident and relaxed in the open water environment. All instructors teach the identical course standards worldwide.
RSTC SEA (Recreational Scuba Training Council South East Asia)
As a founding member of the RSTC SEA (www.rstc-sea.com) it is a privilege for us to work with others scuba diving associations, scuba diving certifying agencies, online community, environmental group, equipment manufacturers and medical association to work together and to promote responsible, ecologically friendly and internationally recognized standards for the worldwide safety of the recreational diving public. As such, one of the RSTC’s primary goals is to exceeds the obsolete worldwide minimum training standards already established and to promote highly updated and united global standards . The establishment of globally unified, recognized and implemented standards is a valuable asset in addressing local, regional, national and international regulatory issues.
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