ProDive International Joins RAID

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RAID International and RAID Australia / South Pacific have announced that Australia’s largest dive retail and diver training chain, ProDive International, has chosen to offer RAID training as an option for their large customer base.

Russell De Groot, CEO of ProDive International, was an early adopter of online training and on reviewing the RAID system commented: “We are really pleased to see the vast range of online options the RAID diver education system provides, including everything from recreational scuba, technical to rebreather training. We at ProDive International like to meet all the diver education needs of our customers and online training for dive theory is the future of scuba training in my opinion”.

RAID International CEO, Jim Holliday said: “We at RAID International and RAID Australia / South Pacific are very excited to partner with ProDive and are confident the RAID programs will be warmly welcomed by their large customer base throughout their various stores. ProDive is one of the most highly respected and enduring chain of dive stores in the world and by them joining the RAID family of stores for us it is just one more testimony to the quality and cost effectiveness of the programs we offer. It is also an acknowledgement of the experience of our staff who are available to support such a renowned chain of stores.”

RAID International Recreational Training Director, Mark McCrum said: “RAID is on a rapid growth curve in the Pacific with the two biggest dive retail chains, Scuba Safaris and now ProDive, offering RAID courses to their large collective customer bases. We are confident that the choices these two dive retail giants have made will influence others to see the virtues of the fully online dive theory we offer for all courses and look at breaking their current mould.”

RAID Australia Training Manager Steve Bates said: “Conducting the series of crossovers for ProDive International’s instructor staff was a pleasure since all the participants were extremely experienced instructors and very open to the innovative ideas RAID has in relation to both online theory and in-water skills. I am sure our relationship will continue to provide great opportunities for both our organisations.”

RAID was relaunched in early 2014 after sailing under the dive industry’s radar for the previous 7 years. Now RAID is one of the largest diver training agencies in Australia and with international full service offices located in over 15 countries from Australia to the UK, it is definitely a space to watch.

To learn more contact your local RAID Regional Office or find all the information you need on all RAID programs at www.diveraid.com and on freediving at www.freedivingraid.com. You can find RAID’s Facebook page here.

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