Having spent time serving with the Royal Marine Commandos I learned that you need to maintain a level so it takes you a shorter time to sharpen your skills when required.
At Fin Divers we don’t judge you on what you have learned in the past, we are just passionate about making you the best diver you can be. “Train Hard For An Easy Dive” and “Perfect Practice” are two sayings you will hear banded around the Fin Divers shop and club and I believe you will find our learning environment and teaching style pace refreshing in a market place that is full of cut pricing and hurry up hurry up! We set no time limit on how long it takes you to get qualified as we feel you are the best measure on how quickly you adapt to the underwater world and that will generally set the pace for your course.
A year later, I drove past a shop with a shark erupting from the wall (Hidden Diving in Shirley, West Midlands) and got hooked back on diving. After six months I had done my advanced open water, rescue diver, 6 specialities, qualified as a Master Scuba Diver and was well into my Dive Master course… next challenge… Instructor.
As a PADI IDC Staff Instructor my goal is to help divers of all levels. From no experience to Assistant Instructors, I help them improve their skills, expand knowledge and maintain their passion for diving.
With the help of Fin Divers I’d like to help you find this world for yourselves.
I’m an experienced overhead-environment and mixed-gas diver. I love freshwater diving and dive lakes, quarries, caves and mines in and around the UK and abroad including Spain, Greece, Portugal and Mexico.