Teach Scuba Diving With SDI
Over the last few years, more and more scuba diving professionals have been taking a closer look at the different options available to them through International Training.
From recreational sport diving to cutting-edge technical training, International Training has been continues to be the forerunner in the shaping of scuba diving.
Scuba Diving International (SDI), Technical Diving International (TDI) and Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI) all work as standalone agencies, or in conjunction, based on your training needs.
Make The Switch - Find Out HOW
The Dive Place is pleased to offer the various International Training; SDI, TDI, and ERDI crossover programs that allows Divemasters (DM), Assistant Instructors (AI), and Instructors to become a certified dive professional within the International Training system.
You must hold an equivalent rating with a recognized organization. Crossover candidates must provide verification they they are in active teaching status and in good standing with the orginization they are crossing over from. Please note that if a crossover candidate is not currently in active teaching status, additional requirements may apply.
All leadership applications are subject to review and approval of International Training’s Training Department.
Crossover To SDI TODAY!
The ITI Professional Familiarization Program makes it possible to complete all academic requirements for a SDI/TDI/ERDI Dive Professional.
This is the first step for an individual who is current with another recognized SCUBA certification agency to crossover to Scuba Diving International (SDI), Technical Diving International (TDI) or Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI).
You will only have to complete this familiarization once, even if you are crossing over to more than one of these agencies.
A Simple 3 Step Crossover PROCESS
STEP ONE: Complete this self-study academic program. The program will acquaint you with the history and philosophy of International Training – the parent company of SDI, TDI and ERDI. It will also review standards and procedures, programs and products for the agency or agencies for which you may be qualifying.
STEP TWO: Gather all of the required paperwork you must submit to acquire your new professional rating(s). This paperwork will include a copy of your current required professional rating and, if required, current insurance listing SDI/TDI/ERDI as an additional insured.
Once you complete the on-line program and successfully complete the final exam a course completion form will be emailed to you. This form will have a list of all required paperwork you will need to submit. The form along with all required paperwork will need to be submitted to an SDI/TDI/ERDI Representative.
STEP THREE: Finalize your rating. You will meet with a SDI/TDI/ERDI Instructor Trainer. During this meeting you will be able to ask any questions you may have. The Instructor Trainer will ensure you have all required paperwork and will help you submit it to SDI/TDI/ERDI Headquarters.
Once your paperwork is received and processed by headquarters you will receive your new SDI, TDI or ERDI Dive Professional credentials.
Contact The Dive Place and start your journey with ITI and The Dive Place today!