2015 PADI Certifications Record

8 Jan

PADI Asia Pacific is pleased to congratulate PADI Members who in 2015, certified more PADI Divers in the Asia Pacific region than any year in PADI’s 50 year history.

The great result in 2015 builds on previous record years set every year since 2010 and shows that PADI Members are going from strength to strength in today’s dive industry.

Danny Dwyer, Vice President at PADI Asia Pacific said; “This is a great achievement and we congratulate all PADI Members in Asia Pacific who have once again achieved another record year for PADI certifications, the 6th year in succession. We thank PADI Members commitment to following standards and providing high quality and fun PADI courses to ensure students received the very best in diver training.”

Earlier in 2015, Drew Richardson, PADI President and CEO, also shared his passion for diving and talked about the important role of PADI Professionals, and the PADI Divers they teach, as underwater ambassadors and custodians of our ocean planet. Please click the image below to view.

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As PADI continues its growth and progression within the industry, we look forward to working alongside PADI Members in 2016 and building on the PADI Value Proposition for PADI Members.

As you may know, PADI is also be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016. Over the past 50 years PADI Members have provided invaluable contributions to the aquatic realm, the dive industry and the PADI organization. As a PADI Member this milestone is your achievement – you truly are The Way the World Learns to Dive®.

Congratulations again to PADI Members in Asia Pacific!

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