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Discussion in 'SDI/TDI/ERDI' started by Brian SDI/TDI HQ, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. Steve  SDI/TDI HQ

    Steve SDI/TDI HQ Instructor, Scuba

    And safe diving to you too!... always great to hear from our European members.
  2. neopluredon

    neopluredon Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: philippines
    hi :) i'm erine :) proud to be part of the SDI/TDI/(and soon to be)ERDI family :)
  3. Steve  SDI/TDI HQ

    Steve SDI/TDI HQ Instructor, Scuba

    Welcome... If you have any questions about our programs or on the business of diving, please post in this area or contact me directly.
  4. DrakoWarkan

    DrakoWarkan Guest

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Adair, Iowa USA
    Hello, This is DrakoWarkan from Iowa, I changed over to SDI/TDI/ERDI the past couple of years, I have been working with Randy at adventure diving in west Des Moines on my assistant instructor cert. I am an ERDI 1 Diver. I am also part of the Adair Iowa volunteer Fire/EMS department. anyway Just wanted to say Hi
  5. tealdive

    tealdive DIR Practitioner

    # of Dives: 0 - 24
    Location: Missing, presumed dead...
    Just wanted to say "Thanks" to the guys from SDI/TDI corporate here. I've found your willingness to share and be involved quite refreshing.

    I am currently a PADI certified AOW (with only those 9 OW dives logged but unproveable. Why she took the logbook in the divorce is beyond me and that was 10 years ago) and I recently (4 days ago) re-took the PADI OW class and pool session again as a refresher. To say it re-lit the fires in me for diving is an understatement.

    Was kicking around the idea of a Nitrox course as my interests lead to more technical things. Eventually of course, but I know where I'm headed. It's because of the things I've seen here and read in this sub-forum that I'm now pretty set on chasing down a TDI instructor in my area (Green Bay, WI) to take the course from and move along with them.

    Again - just wanted to say thanks.


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