Osan's first Western PADI IDC in South Korea for July 2011 is half way
is rocking and the candidates are making a good meal out of it!
Jay during a Knowledge Development presentation about a Project AWARE
We're already several skill circuits, knowledge development- and confined water presentations into this program! We're knee deep in it so to speak.
Ginat Stride by Mike with Luis and Bokhee looking on
Today we also completed the 800 meter swim and tomorrow it's exam time again, this time for real!
Hai-Wen during her BCD removal and replacement skill
Working at the air base is a breeze, spending time in a very spacious classroom and a massive pool for confined water is very enjoyable and enhances the learning experience at the convenience levels.
Bokhee and Luis during an Alternate Air Source skill
It's just a mix of a few days more classroom and confined water before we move out to the ocean for a days worthwhile of Open Water training, to be followed by PADI's IE
Clyde and Mike showing off an air depletion skill
It's a good program and it's fun and we're having some good laughs and on top of that the candidates are all on a steep learning curve!
Labels: IDC, Osan, South Korea, Training