Scuba Diving Boat QUEST helps guests learn to scuba dive. QUEST recently received its official registration as a Certified Scuba Schools International Dive Boat. This is good news for those who want to learn scuba diving!
For those that are not familiar with Scuba Schools International, read on…
For over 40 years SSI has been known in the diving industry for providing high-quality education and outstanding training materials for divers of all levels.
SSI was founded in 1970 and is the largest school-based training agency in the world. In the Spring of 1999, SSI merged with the National Association of Scuba Diving Schools (NASDS) and created a new synergy in the dive industry. The sales and marketing expertise of NASDS, when joined with the renowned educational products of SSI, created a stronger company that is in a better position to serve Dive Centers & Dive Resorts, Dive Professionals and Instructors, and ultimately you, the divers. Together, SSI and NASDS are responsible for a remarkable list of innovations. Consequently, they have been recognized with the highest honors in the diving industry.
Scuba Schools International (SSI), the premier education and business support company, is the only training organization in the diving industry that requires graduates to work with professional Dive Centers/Dive Resorts. This cooperation is in the best interest of the consumer because it ensures “The Ultimate Dive Experience”. It used to be that a domestic standards organization was enough. Today, SSI does business with more than 2,500 Dive Centers and Dive Resorts in more than 110 countries. Due to continuous growth, we can no longer rely on just a national standard. SSI already held the esteemed ISO certification, and for consistency and continued growth, it only made sense to get the worldwide certification. SSI is excited to add the prominent ISO certification to the list of SSI’s achievements for the last 40 years. In addition, SSI is a founding member of the RSTC (Recreational Scuba Training Council). It is present in all major national committees to ensure the interests of the diving community.