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Hobby and Professional Divers

If you have a passion for scuba diving, you should consider becoming a professional diver. There are many avenues you can explore in professional diving, such as become an instructor, onshore or offshore diver.

As a diving instructor, you will train new scuba enthusiasts the basics of diving, such as wearing a wet suit, breathing techniques and water safety. Novice divers will come to you to learn scuba for pleasure or professional pursuits, and you will be able to give them lessons that allow them to achieve the certification they need to reach their goals. Of course you will need to watch them closely and you are responsible for their safety.

Onshore diving is an advanced level of commercial diving. These professionals tend to work in freshwater, though they may also work in sea, and commonly work as underwater engineers. They used advanced underwater technology to help build harbors, dams and even bridges.

Offshore diving is another common form of commercial diving. These divers are found working in the open ocean, usually on exploratory or engineering missions. While mastering offshore drilling is the easiest of the certifications for a professional diver to obtain, it is also the most dangerous.

No matter what kind of professional diver you want to become, you will need to get certified to dive in open water, and safety and rescue training is also generally required. Becoming a master diver may be challenging, but if you love the ocean and diving you will be able to establish a long and rewarding career.

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