To create a unique opportunity for people to explore beneath the surface of the oceans empowering them to leave a legacy of ecological sustainability.
— Bill Nadeau

Professional Development in Diving Sciences

We have over the years focused our enthusiasm for diving on the development of superior diver training. Althoughwe now exclusively train through IANTD, we have had the fortune to teach PADI, TDI/SDI, DAN, SSI and NASDS programs. We have also been fortunate to be involved in the development of many IANTD training manuals, materials and were part of the SSI XTR Development Team.

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This experience along with my tenures as IANTD National Director and Board of Advisors, the Canadian Coast Guard SAR and Dive Rescue program and a member of the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team, has provided me with a unique perspective on diver development at all levels of training. My approach to Diver and Instructor training is to provide the best possible environment necessary to develop one into a competent, qualified and skilled diver or instructor.” ~ Bill Nadeau

PART OF OUR HISTORY

  • IANTD Instructor Trainer Trainer

    • PADI IDC Staff Instructor (Ret)

    • NASDS & SSI Technical IT (Ret)

    • TDI/SDI Technical Instructor (Ret)

  • CSA Unrestricted Scuba - Surface Supply

  • Limited Master 60 GT - Transport Canada

  • CCG, Dive Rescue and SAR

  • CPS Safe Boating Instructor

  • NASBLA Boating Accident Investigations

  • Author, Marine and Diving Sciences

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Safe Boating

When it comes to instructing safe boating programs we apply the same commitment and philosophies that we do to promoting diving sciences. There is a massive gap between what it takes to obtain the basic boat license (PCOC) and actually being competent and confident out in the water. The existing boat operator’s licensing system still has room to improve. Recreational boat operators are not provided many opportunities (outside of a CPS-EPS program) to fully understand what their responsibilities are when operating pleasure crafts. Having seen first hand the deadly consequences of this shortfall, and we are passionate about contributing to safe boating programs and training programs.

Supporting a collaborative effort undertaken by the RCMP, CPS-EPS, Transport Canada and Transport Canada’s Office of Boating, we have committed to doing our part by creating programs to promote Safe Boating and Compliance, conducting workshops throughout British Columbia and bringing Industry members together.

CONTACT US

If you are interested in hosting a Safe Boating Program or if you want to know more about the legal obligations you have as a vessel owner or operator, contact us today. We are here to support you and keep the waters safe.

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To begin, choosing a coach is not just about qualifications, it’s about his or her approach or philosophy to the subject matter he or she is teaching. As leaders in marine and diving sciences we are ambassadors of the industry. No one else is in a better position to represent the value and necessity of solid training, equipment and practice.

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Oceans Protection Initiative

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Our planet depends on a healthy ocean ecosystem. Ocean and Nautical Sciences play a big role in communicating that message. We have an obligation to understand the nature of the environment we are exploring, to protect it and ensure the ecological sustainability is preserved. This effort has to extend beyond borders and is everyone’s responsibility. We support any effort that works toward protecting the ocean.

On June 21, 2018 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Prince Rupert to announce a new ocean protection agreement with 14 B.C. First Nations. “ The First Nations of the Pacific North and Central Coast have been protecting Canada’s waters for millennia. Working together, we will protect and preserve the Pacific North Coast, and we will advance reconciliation along the way .” ~ Prime Minister Trudeau

On June 21, 2018 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Prince Rupert to announce a new ocean protection agreement with 14 B.C. First Nations. “The First Nations of the Pacific North and Central Coast have been protecting Canada’s waters for millennia. Working together, we will protect and preserve the Pacific North Coast, and we will advance reconciliation along the way.” ~ Prime Minister Trudeau

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