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Diveheart Adaptive Diver

Author : Jim Elliott
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The Diveheart Adaptive Diver Certification program represents the latest innovations in adaptive scuba techniques, training and thinking. Diveheart is revolutionizing adaptive scuba training around the world for instructors, dive buddies and adaptive divers of all abilities. Since 2001 Diveheart has been pioneering new and innovative training and adaptive diving techniques to make the Adaptive Dive experience safer and more fulfilling while growing the knowledge and experience base for adaptive buddies and instructors. Diveheart's visibility and reputation in the dive community also helps when you travel to resorts and far away dive locations. When you present the Diveheart certification card, dive operators know you have gone through the most thorough adaptive scuba training in the world. Use this manual as part of a Diveheart Adaptive Scuba Course to learn how to scuba dive, earn a scuba diving certification and then: Imagine the Possibilities!

Diveheart Adaptive Scuba Instructor and Dive Buddy

Author : Jim Elliott
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Diveheart promotes an Adaptive Dive Team protocol so everyone has the same fundamental knowledge. This manual is targeted to Adaptive Scuba Instructors, Adaptive Dive Buddies and introduces the new Advanced Adaptive Dive Buddy certification. It encompasses the best practices in the industry and will serve as a dynamic field manual for dive professionals and dive buddies working with individuals with a variety of abilities. Diveheart Adaptive Scuba Instructors will use this manual, along with the open water course materials of their certifying training agency to teach individuals with disabilities how to dive, and will also use this manual to train eligible divers to become specially certified to serve as a member of an Adaptive Dive Team.

Career in Scuba

Author : Nick Derutter
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If you are ready to get serious about SCUBA diving as a career choice, let this book be a fast-pass through some of the mental, motivational and administrative obstacles that many of us have had to overcome when becoming a diving professional. This book covers everything you need to know to turn your life around and to start teaching SCUBA diving professionally. Some of the chapters include: 1. 7 Habits of a Successful Dive Instructor 2. Getting Your Life Sorted 3. Training Agencies, Dive Centers and Equipment 4. Writing a Good Scuba Resume and Social Media 5. How to Land Your Dream Job 6. Common Mistakes on the Job 7. Safeguard Your Future - Visa, Insurance and Retirement 8. Finding Your Niche 9. Becoming an Industry Leader 10. Advice and Stories from the Pros Nick Derutter is a multi award winning PADI(tm) Platinum Course Director. He has trained hundreds of diving instructors and thousands of recreational divers worldwide. He runs Instructor Development programs in The Americas and Europe, is a Tec Trimix instructor, hyperbaric chamber operator and Diveheart(tm) Adaptive SCUBA Instructor Trainer. Besides teaching SCUBA divers and instructors, he runs a successful online dive store called Dive SAGA(tm), an online diving magazine and a diving media business.

Encyclopedia of Sports Recreation for People with Visual Impairments

Author : Andrew Leibs
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Not long ago, most blind and visually impaired people grew up without ever playing sports; they sat on the sidelines, and kept score during gym—protected rather than included. In the 1980s, few people had ever heard of the Paralympic Games or accessible recreation. Today, promising blind athletes can receive residency at the US Olympic Training Center; runners compete for prize money and national championships, and most ski resorts offer adaptive programs throughout the year where blind people can ski, cycle, and kayak—often for free. The Paralympic movement, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and everincreasing expectation for inclusion among the disabled have inspired an explosion of accessible sports, fitness, and recreation programs that accommodate the blind. The Encyclopedia of Sports & Recreation for People with Visual Impairments is the first consumerfocused, actionoriented guide to this new world of accessible activity, profiling the people, programs, and products that are helping move blind and visually impaired people from the sidelines into the game. This groundbreaking guide profiles every accessible blind sport and recreation activity with entries that outline how athletes (both novice and elite) got involved in the sport and how participation has shaped their life. The book also profiles major blind sports organizations and includes chapter and resource listings on camps and accessible recreation providers. Through this book, blind people will be inspired to embrace sports as the rest of society does—as a vital component of personal expression and human interaction that opens paths to adventure, confidence, and lifelong health and fitness.

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17th International Conference on Information Technology New Generations ITNG 2020

Author : Shahram Latifi
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This volume presents the 17th International Conference on Information Technology—New Generations (ITNG), and chronicles an annual event on state of the art technologies for digital information and communications. The application of advanced information technology to such domains as astronomy, biology, education, geosciences, security, and healthcare are among the themes explored by the ITNG proceedings. Visionary ideas, theoretical and experimental results, as well as prototypes, designs, and tools that help information flow to end users are of special interest. Specific topics include Machine Learning, Robotics, High Performance Computing, and Innovative Methods of Computing. The conference features keynote speakers; a best student contribution award, poster award, and service award; a technical open panel, and workshops/exhibits from industry, government, and academia.

Experiments in Physiology and Biochemistry

Author : G. A. Kerkut
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Reprints Physiological Research Laboratory Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California San Diego La Jolla California 1967 1969

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Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science

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