Go Freediving, the UK’s leading freediving course provider, is joining RAID. “We’re always working to promote freediving to the wider world and introduce young people to the sport,” explains Emma Farrell, owner of Go Freediving and Instructor Trainer. “We’re very excited with RAID’s commitment to achieving those goals and we can’t wait to introduce its freediving programme to the UK and rest of the world.” From March, Go Freediving will offer the RAID Freediver, Advanced Freediver, Master Freediver and Freediving Professional courses to students in the UK and abroad.
“Having met Mike Wells, the head of RAID Freediving, I was immediately impressed by his attitude, professionalism and the standard of the freediving materials he produces,” continues Emma. “I also had the honour of teaching tech legend Paul Toomer, one of the owners of RAID, to freedive a couple of years ago and found a kindred spirit with immense passion for all forms of our sport. When RAID approached me to join I was blown away by the materials, the revolutionary way course content is delivered and the streamlined, responsive nature of the organisation.”
Go Freediving is the UK’s largest freediving course provider and has been introducing people to the exciting sport of freediving since 2003. It offers courses for all levels of experience and has trained thousands of students and freediving professionals across the world.
You can find out more and book a place on a RAID Freediver course at www.gofreediving.co.uk.
To find out more about RAID, visit www.diveraid.com.
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