Scuba diving for marine biology
If you’re planning on becoming a student of any of the excellent marine biology courses offered by the universities and colleges dotted around Wales and the South West of England, you’re probably going to need to be able to scuba dive.
We’re reaching out to students and prospective students to say “learn to dive with us!” At Welsh Diving the ethos is far more about developing a passion for diving than simply passing your qualifications (although naturally we’ll help you achieve that too, as a PADI-certified trainer). We want our students to dive for pleasure as much as because their course demands it.
“If you’re going to study underwater life then that’s where you need to be – underwater,” explains Welsh Diving lead trainer Martin Donovan. “It’s practically a requirement of all marine biology courses that you learn to scuba dive, and we’ve a proud history of teaching students of both genders and all ages to dive.
“In fact there are instances where scuba diving is a part of the reason people get into marine biology in the first place!”
If you’re looking at marine biology for your future studies and/or career, please get in touch so we can talk you through your scuba diving requirements and get you in the water! firstname.lastname@example.org
0775 369 1794