Big Blue Tech Awarded Most Technical Diving Certifications in Thailand for 2009
Technical Diving Education Centre in Thailand Receive Prestigious Award
Koh Tao, Thailand – Big Blue Tech have received confirmation that we have been awarded most TDI/SDI certifications issued by a single instructor in Thailand in 2009. This award which was previously received by another company based in Phuket is a coveted representation of success and happy customers. With over 100 certifications issued in just 6 months this places Big Blue Tech as the premier destination for all serious technical diving courses where training and experience counts. The award was issued to James Thornton-Allan who is our senior instructor.
TDI stands for Technical Diving International and SDI stands for Scuba Diving International which are the most respected and recognized technical training agencies in the world, the only agency with ccr rebreather, cave and public service courses. Their motto is “we lead, others follow”.
The technical diving industry in Thailand is based on repeat customers who trust and respect reputation and service. This reputation has been carried a long way by TDI but even further with us in 2009 as we bent over backwards to ensure our divers and students received the best education and service possible.
Those who seek to become technical divers will be rest assured they will receive quality education according to standards, we believe in the concept of “train hard, dive easy” and apply that to every course in 2009 and will continue to do so in 2010.
While James could of issued a lot more certifications in 2009 he respects the fact that this diving is not for everyone and has created an average 75% pass rate for all courses which illustrates how our certifications are earned and not bought.
For those who were certified in 2009 we thank you for helping us earn this award and we hope to hold it for many years to come.
Big Blue Tech are happy to represent TDI as the worlds leading and most recognized technical diving certification in Thailand.