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    1. Jmarsland
      Jmarsland
      Thanks for the message! I think it's important too... Usually it's just my husband and I who dive together and eventually we both want to be instructors but rescue was really important to both of us in case of -any- emergencies. I agree if OW involved rescue (more than the diver tow) and EFR it would -I think- prevent a lot of accidents.

      Cheers from Pearl Harbor!
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    Home Page:
    http://www.facebook.com/nick.amidy
    Location:
    I'm a Nomad, so I could be anywhere
    Occupation:
    Paramedic
    Gender:
    Male
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    www.mytb.org/aleksnemo
    Certification Agencies:
    SSI & TDI
    Dive History:
    Whitsundays - Managing Reefjet, rendezvous intro diving for Prosail Dive, doing my Instructor's course, more intro diving on Cruise Whitsundays, selling diving to backpackers, Operations Managing.
    Cairns - Teaching LOTS of Open Water & Advanced courses, some DiveCon work
    Sydney - Working for Shark Dive Xtreme in Manly
    Thailand - Learning Tech w/ Mat Patridge of ProTech
    Sardinia - Just checking out the scenery
    Thailand - Dive time with Big Blue Tech in Koh Tao
    Certification History:
    OW - Nov 03,
    AOW - Jan 04,
    S&R - Feb 04,
    DiveCon - Mar 04,
    OWSI - Jun 04,
    AOWSI - Feb 07,
    DCSI - Oct 07
    First Aid & O2 Instructor - Mar 08
    MedDive Instructor - Dec 08
    SSI EANx Instructor - Feb 09,
    TDI Advanced Nitrox - Apr 09,
    TDI Decompression Procedures - Apr 09,
    TDI Extended Range - May 09
    TDI Trimix - May 09
    TDI Nitrox Gas Blender - May 09
    ISC Megalodon Air Diluent Diver - Oct 10
    ISC Megalodon Air Decompression Diver - Oct 10
    TDI Cavern - Oct 10
    TDI Intro To Cave - Oct 10
    TDI Full Cave Diver- Nov 10
    Certification Level:
    ISC Meg Deco / SSI DCSI / TDI Trimix
    Dive Classification:
    Dork Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Mares 08 Vector 1000, Mares 08 Rover Prim & Occy, Tusa Powerview, Tusa Tri-Ex Fins, Mares 7-5-3 & 6.5mm Semi Wetsuit, Mares boots, Tusa gloves, HeinrichsWeikamp OSTC Computer, soon to have Apeks XTX50 set and OMS 60lb Dual Wing... and loads of other crap.
    Rebreather Type:
    Megalodon
    Rebreather Experience:
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    2009
    Started this teaching diving thing back in Nov 2003, haven't looked back since! I have a passion for acquiring knowledge esp. in relation to medical/drugs info. Am always the last man out of the water, so no one is left behind eg people trying to make a quick buck from getting "lost" :)

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