PADI eTraining Log – A Digital Logbook for Training Dives

31 Aug

Since the launch of PADI’s range of Digital Certification Paks, Students have the opportunity to log their training dives online via ScubaEarth. No more signing wet logbooks!

Just as a paper logbook requires an Instructor’s signature, training dives that are logged online must be approved by the Instructor who conducted the dive. Use your digital signature to approve all the required dives to certify your Students.

Please note that the eTraining Log is an optional way to verify the completion of training dives. Divers and Instructors may continue to log dives in a paper logbook if they choose.

Once a Student has logged their training dive via ScubaEarth they will see ‘Pending Approval’ next to their dive, as shown below:
training-log

When logging a training dive, the Student must include their Instructor’s PADI Pro number. After the dive is submitted for approval, an email is generated to the Instructor referenced. As the Instructor, you will then receive an email asking you to easily approve the dive.

training-log-email

Click through to the PADI Pros Site and navigate to the Online Processing Centre, where you will be able to select the eTraining Log.

The eTraining Log Book is included in the following products:

  • Open Water Cert Pak – Lite 60490-1
  • Open Water Cert Pak – Offline 60460-1
  • Adventures in Diving Cert Pak – Lite 60395-1
  • Rescue Diver Cert Pak – Lite 60525-1

For more information and to order – contact the PADI Sales Department  (tel + 61 2 9454 2888). Don`t forget you can order anytime from the PADI Online Shopping Cart – log onto the PADI Pros’ Site and click Shop Online.

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