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SNSI Advanced Speciality Instructor:
Teach the SNSI Advanced Specialties.

Teach Totally New to the Industry Advanced Specialties Unique to SNSI that Will Surprise Even the Most Experienced Divers.

With SNSI you have all the tools to provide your students an advanced level of education and increase their diving capabilities

Side Mount Instructor

With the SNSI Side Mount Instructor program you can teach your students how to use a totally different equipment configuration.

The Side Mount equipment is designed to hold the tank on the side of the diver instead of the traditional method on the back. A minimum requirement to participate in this program is to be certified as an SNSI Divemaster Instructor and participate in a seminar with an SNSI Instructor Trainer who is certified to teach the program.

Teach Diving in a New Way

Wreck Trek Instructor

With the SNSI Wreck Trek Instructor program you can teach your students how to safely penetrate wrecks. The Wreck Trek Diver Course is an advanced specialty full of information and great practical training.

A minimum requirement to participate in the course is to be certified as an SNSI Divemaster Instructor and participate in a seminar taught by an SNSI Instructor Trainer who is certified to teach this program.

Teach new specialized techniques.

Recreational Deco Instructor

With the SNSI Recreational Deco Instructor program you can teach your students how to make the most of their dives by extending bottom times and planning“recreational decompression”.

Decompression will no longer be something to fear, it will become part of their recreational diving. The certification allows the students to dive to a maximum depth of 150 ft /45 m with a maximum decompression stop time of 15 minutes while using an underwater dive computer.

The minimum requirement to participate in the course is to be certified as an SNSI Divemaster Instructor and participate in a seminar taught by an SNSI Instructor Trainer who is certified to teach this program.

Decompression will no longer be something to fear and it will become part of recreational diving.