You are now a certified diver but unsure of what to do next. Don’t worry, there are actually tons of things you can do to so your diving certificate won’t go to waste. For one, you can do volunteer works -- or you can choose to advance your diving prowess and marine intelligence first. Either ways, these SSI specialty courses will undeniably change your scuba diving game:
This program teaches the skills and concepts required to safely dive using enriched air mixtures of 32% or 40% oxygen.
2.Shark Ecology Course
Learn how nature's most feared predator is actually a beautiful animal that deserves our respect and protection.
3.Coral Identification Course
This program teaches the skills and concepts required to recognize and identify common families of coral species, and explains their role in the ocean's ecosystems.
4.Fish Identification Course
This program teaches the skills and concepts required to recognize and identify common families of Caribbean, Indo-Paciﬁc, and Red Sea reef ﬁsh.
This program teaches the skills and concepts required to recognize and identify common species of sea turtles, and explains their role in the ocean's ecosystems.
6.Marine Ecology Course
This program provides a general understanding of the complex and exciting study of marine ecosystems.
This program teaches you the skills and concepts required to improve your diving position, increase your buoyancy control, and minimize your breathing gas consumption rate.
Choosing to widen your diving education will surely be worth it. Learning how the sea creatures behave and how to behave in their world through these specialty courses is both important. Also, awareness of issues that deals with marine life will definitely make your every dive more meaningful.