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ONE-STOP TRAINING SOLUTION
With the International Training family of agencies you will never outgrow the training that we offer.
Scuba Diving International (SDI) is your diversâ€™ entry point, Technical Diving International (TDI) addresses your diversâ€™ more advanced needs. Building more confident divers, from open water, advanced open water and specialties, through closed-circuit rebreathers, mixed gas, and overhead environment diving. Your level of participation is up to you!
SDI & TDI courses and certifications are recognized worldwide. We have more than 28 international offices, representing over 100 countries. We are members of the World Recreational Scuba Training Council (WRSTC), Recreational Scuba Training Council USA, Canada and Europe.
Scuba Diving International programs are also approved by the European Underwater Federation (EUF).
SDI - Scuba Diving International
SDI was created in 1999 and grew out of the success of our sister company TDI, which specializes in the more advanced disciplines of dive training.
Both students and instructors have embraced the no nonsense approach that the SDI training system offers. We have streamlined the course materials to let students study the essential academics with an emphasis on practical diving skills learned in both the pool and open water environments. SDI is the only agency to require students to be taught with modern dive computers from the onset of training.
TDI - Techinical Diving International
TDI is the largest technical certification agency in the world. As one of the first agencies to provide training in mixed gas diving and rebreathers, TDI is seen as an innovator of new diving techniques and programs which previously were not available to the general public. Training with TDI has provided divers with the opportunity to see such wrecks as the Andrea Doria, Luisitania and the Prince of Wales. TDI divers have explored underwater caves in Spain, Australia and Mexico and assisted as support divers on world record freedives done in the Red Sea.