Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

10 Shelly St

Shelly St

Sandton

2191

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.04286

28.06551

L13 Fourways Mall

Sandton

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.020737

28.006484

369 Vale Av

Off Bond St

Vale Av

Randburg

2021

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.08499

27.98931

1 Naude Str

U13 Village Walk Shopping Centre

Naude Str

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.105288

28.062518

492 Cork Ave

Cork Ave

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.084724

27.987113

37 Achter Rd

Achter Rd

Sandton

2056

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0317

28.058

Bryanston Dve

307

Bryanston Dve

Sandton

2021

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.05874

28.04689

diving eqpt - skin & industria...

Invicta Rd

Dan Bldg Rosen Offc Prk

Invicta Rd

Midrand

1685

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.981094

28.119697

Diving Schools - underwater

A diving school also referred to, as a diving center is the base location where divers make guided dive tours and scuba diving at new locations. Usually diving schools are either located close to swimming pools and/or open water.

Professional diving schools can train divers from the beginning stage all the way to an instructor level.  PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the largest recreational diving membership and diver training association in the world. The courses available range from entry level to advanced diver certification. They also provide a variety of technical diving courses. Technical diving is also known as tec diving. This type of scuba diving exposes divers to higher risks than recreational divers such as permanent illness and death and therefor requires exceptional experience, training and equipment.

When doing diving as a watersport, there are many different types of diving an individual can choose from such as deep diving, cave diving and recreational diving to name a few.
 
You can, however, also have a very successful career in diving as a professional diver. Commercial diving activity is your most widely accepted professional diver. There are many types of commercial divers such as an offshore diver who works offshore in the gas and oil industry. They usually work long hours, have difficult work schedules and do not get many off days. Another type of diver is a media diver who is a trained camera operator and who does underwater photography and filming for either documentaries or films. These are only two examples of different commercial divers.
 
Your diving equipment is specially designed for underwater divers to make diving easy, possible as well as comfortable. The equipment needed are regulators, which is your most important piece of diving equipment as it regulates the oxygen, wet and dry suits, boots, hoods, gloves, fins, masks and snorkels. You also get a variety of diving accessories such as lights, bags and knives to name a few.

So whether you want to do diving as an underwater sport or as a career, do your research, enroll at a diving school, buy or rent the appropriate diving gear and enjoy the world of diving.

To find diving schools in South Africa, browse our Yellow Pages Listings.

Diving Schools - underwater

A diving school also referred to, as a diving center is the base location where divers make guided dive tours and scuba diving at new locations. Usually diving schools are either located close to swimming pools and/or open water.

Professional diving schools can train divers from the beginning stage all the way to an instructor level.  PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the largest recreational diving membership and diver training association in the world. The courses available range from entry level to advanced diver certification. They also provide a variety of technical diving courses. Technical diving is also known as tec diving. This type of scuba diving exposes divers to higher risks than recreational divers such as permanent illness and death and therefor requires exceptional experience, training and equipment.

When doing diving as a watersport, there are many different types of diving an individual can choose from such as deep diving, cave diving and recreational diving to name a few.
 
You can, however, also have a very successful career in diving as a professional diver. Commercial diving activity is your most widely accepted professional diver. There are many types of commercial divers such as an offshore diver who works offshore in the gas and oil industry. They usually work long hours, have difficult work schedules and do not get many off days. Another type of diver is a media diver who is a trained camera operator and who does underwater photography and filming for either documentaries or films. These are only two examples of different commercial divers.
 
Your diving equipment is specially designed for underwater divers to make diving easy, possible as well as comfortable. The equipment needed are regulators, which is your most important piece of diving equipment as it regulates the oxygen, wet and dry suits, boots, hoods, gloves, fins, masks and snorkels. You also get a variety of diving accessories such as lights, bags and knives to name a few.

So whether you want to do diving as an underwater sport or as a career, do your research, enroll at a diving school, buy or rent the appropriate diving gear and enjoy the world of diving.

To find diving schools in South Africa, browse our Yellow Pages Listings.

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