Additional Resources for Readers of The Scuba Career Book

Additional Resources for Readers of the Scuba Career Book
Your Career and/or Life as a Scuba Diving Instructor - book for dive professionals

Additional Resources for Readers of “Your Career and/or Life as a Scuba Diving Instructor” by Darcy Kieran

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The following list provides sources of additional information for people who have read “Your Career and/or Life as a Scuba Diving Instructor.” Without reading the book, you would miss the context and the meaning of this information.

NEW! An Advanced Logbook For Continuous Improvement

Designed for certified divers, divemasters & instructors, it is much more than just a logbook! It is also a quick reference guide with a series of checklists on critical components of scuba diving and, more precisely, buoyancy & trim.

SPF Scuba Diving Advanced Logbook & Checklists for Certified Divers, Divemasters & Instructors: Criteria for Selecting Dive Centers & Instructors, Buoyancy & Trim Mastery, Self-Debriefing & Scuba Diver Creed”

Learning From Dive Accidents

Books That Are a Gold Mine for Dive Instructors

An up-to-date, complete guide for scuba divers by Alex Brylske: “Beneath the Blue Planet: A Divers Guide to the Ocean and Its Conservation.” I wish I had that book when I started teaching scuba!

A Blue Mind by Wallace J. Nichols: “Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do.”

Mental benefits of experiencing awe by Dacher Keltner: “Awe: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life.”

National Geographic Ocean: A Global Odyssey” by Sylvia Earle.

The Dive Industry

NEW! Raising The Bar!

In my passion for consistency in the quality of the experience we provide to scuba divers, I wrote a handbook to help new divers find quality in training and adventures. Have a look! It provides a quality framework for you to use with your own open-water divers.

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide To Scuba Diving: How to increase safety, save money & have more fun!”

Critical Attributes: Skills Demonstration

Examples of instructor-quality scuba skill demonstrations: Mask Removal While Neutrally Buoyant (YouTube).

Health, Safety & Quality

And now, while you are still on a surface interval…