Sabah Parks Staff Become Emergency First Responders

Saturday, December 17th, 2011 @ 10:00 Courses, Groups & Schools, News

Some of the group of Sabah Parks staff who are with us for the next 2 week for all sorts of trainingGaya Island, Kota Kinabalu: The next chapter of Sabah Parks training is afoot at the PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre on Gaya Island.

Over the next couple of weeks we are hosting another 34 Sabah Parks staffers, again engaging in all things diving and then some.

The Sabah Park group, like their colleagues before them, will be doing Emergency First Response, PADI Open Water, PADI Advanced Open Water, PADI Rescue Diver and even PADI Divemaster Courses.

Our dive centre on Gaya Island is not just the best choice for a relaxing day out, daily dives and non-diver activities, but as a permanent training facility, it is offers a hassle-free, comfortable environment for all our courses too.

The quiet bay in which our dive centre is located, is also home to Sabah Parks’ headquarters here in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, and we frequently arrange joint clean-up drives to keep our beaches clean and the reefs healthy.

We look forward to the spending the next couple of weeks with Sabah Parks on the surface and down below.

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