Bringing the interaction to you

Many can't afford the time or the money for a face-to-face class, but still want to learn more about human factors and non-technical skills in diving than is contained in the micro-class. If this is you, you're in the right place!!

Weekly webinar-based training to cover Human Factors / Non-technical Skills training and fortnightly open webinars for interviews, case studies and theory.

All course-based webinars will be available post-session in the course members area for viewing at your convenience.

Leadership - DMs, Instructors & ITs

Higher Risk - CCR/Tech/Cave

Monthly Open Webinars

Human Factors Skills in Diving geared towards leadership-based diving.
Next Series Starts on 14 May 18 
Dates of subsequent webinars on link below.


Human Factor Skills in Diving focusing on CCR, Cave and Technical diving. 
Next Series Starts on 16 May 18
Dates of subsequent webinars on link below.


Open webinars with interviews, case studies and specific areas of theory. Dates of individual webinar on link below.


Why Webinar-based Training?

The current classroom or face-to-face training programme is excellent in terms of learning but I can only be in one place at a time and the class sizes are limited to 6 people. Many people have asked for something that is more than the online micro-class. That is the webinar series.  

While the learning delivered in a webinar is not experiential in the same way that the classroom is, there is the opportunity to question and challenge me on materials in real time. In addition, to make sure consolidation takes place, there will be assignments, something which isn't really possible with the online class.

Webinars will be run once a week at the same time so schedules can be worked around to ensure attendance. If you can't attend, recordings will be made available in the website for viewing later and for reference.

Why two programmes?

There are two webinar training programmes, one geared towards those in leadership positions (DMs, Instructors and Instructor Trainers) and one focusing on higher risk activities such as cave, tech and CCR diving. The general theory is the same in each class, but the case studies and the specific application to the skills is slightly different.  

Diving is a global activity which means that attendees will be all over the world. So someone is going to get the dodgy deal when it comes to timezones. To help with that, all of the webinars will be recorded and will be uploaded within 12 hrs of the webinar.

In addition to the webinars, there will be an opportunity to ask questions and make comments in the course pages. This interactive process can improve learning.

Do I get a Certificate or C-card?

The courses are not underwritten by any of the diver training agencies so you won't get a bit of plastic. However, you will get a certificate on completion of the class. 'Completion' means either attending in person or watching the recorded videos in the course area and and passing the exam at the end. 

You'll continue to have access to the class once you've finished and so have plenty of reference material to come back to or use in your own teaching.

What now?

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