DIWA, the "Diving Instructor World Association“, is an international organisation for commercial diving instructors that was founded in 1972. DIWA's teaching concepts originates from the Germany Navy and the techniques taught to german marines. From diving enthusiast to technical diving, the passion to learn to become a trained and qualified diver is important. DIWA training centres and instructors have been trained on multi tier programs that reinforce professionalism and teaching skills so you are the best equiped and skilled to enter the water safely.
The DIWA diving training system is ever evolving and keeping up to date with the latest information and methods. The diving certifications given by DIWA are recognised around the world, and supported by the European Standards (EN). With 48 years of experience, DIWA positions itself to be the in-depth professional dive training system that doesn't just train you, but equips you to take your passion to profession, if desired.
When you become apart of the DIWA family, you become more than just a diver but an ambassador for the dive industry. The example you set will influence people around you and you are able to share and educate people about the incredible aquatic world. We believe in supporting you and work continuously to help build and expand our professionals services around the world.
DIWA Asia Pacific provides professional services to 63 regions：
Australia, Fiji, Melanesia, Micronesia, Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Nauru, Polynesia, Perak, , Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu
If you are interested to representing DIWA in your country as country manager, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIWA training system obtained the ISO certification for the following courses:
DIN EN ISO 24801-1: 2014-08
DIN EN ISO 24801-2: 2014-08
DIN EN ISO 24801-3: 2014-08
DIN EN ISO 24802-1: 2014-08
DIN EN ISO 24802-2: 2014-08
ISO "International Organization for Standardization" is largest worldwide organization for the development and editing of international standards. It includes member from 157 countries.