Phoenix, Arizona: Academy of Scuba Inc. announced today it will host an Instructor Program for the Handicapped Scuba Association (HSA) on March 15th. Instructor Trainer Captain Curt Jablin will lead successful candidates on a challenging, adventurous, and exciting journey as they learn to adapt to students with special needs.
Founded in 1981, the Handicapped Scuba Association has dedicated itself to improving the physical and social well-being of people with disabilities through the sport of Scuba diving, and in doing so has become the worldwide leading authority in this field. Made up of over 4000 underwater educators, Scuba divers with disabilities, and supporting members located in over 45 countries, the Handicapped Scuba Association is dedicated to assuring that people with disabilities are given the same opportunity to receive quality training, certification, and dive adventures as the able-bodied population.
To learn more about the Instructor Training Course in March, go to http://academyofscuba.com/hsa-itc.html.
About the Academy of Scuba
Academy of Scuba Inc, with three locations in Arizona, is a PADI Five Star IDC Training Facility, a DAN Training Center/Business Member, a DEMA Member, and a member of the Better Business Bureau. The Academy of Scuba is an industry innovator for developing, implementing, and reinforcing advanced level Scuba diver training programs. The Academy of Scuba focuses on training with an emphasis to create “great divers”. The sole purpose of the Academy of Scuba is to not just put people in the water, but to keep people in the water. The Academy of Scuba assists divers in increasing enjoyment, adventure, and safety through better education and more frequent dive experiences.