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Technical Diving Courses
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Expedition Diving is a great sport and IMDI provides a framework of specific diver education to permit the diver to take full advantage of exploring and documenting the underwater world. Developed by our founder and one of the worlds leading exponents of scuba diving, Michael Lim.
These courses create an attitude of mind, which ensures safe diving whether in Open Ocean, inshore waters, or deep caves. The courses have also benefited from the input of outstanding diving physiologists, educationalists, engineers, cave divers and retail experts, all of whom have combined to create a successful international training operation and a rapidly growing membership.


ABOUT IMDI

The Organisation
International Marine and Diving Institute(IMDI) is a profesional body of marine and diving instructors specialising in the training and development of marine and diving industry throughout Asia. A combination of the expertise of the IMDI and experienced instructors and trainers has helped evolve highly effective, up to the minute, well-presented programs and training courses that can be easily understood by the layman. IMDI is a very exciting and exceptional instituition. IMDI is a Singapore Organisation that has a select number of partners training centres throughout South East Asia and China.
 
 

 

 


The History

IMDI was formed in 2012 by the pioneering and leading diver Michael Lim replacing his TDI Asia Pte Ltd which was set up in 1994. His ideaologies were to form an instituition in the East to promote the safe and structured training of scuba diving. Author of over 50 articles and numerous books, he took his ideas to China and the Chinese Underwater Association, and the birth of the “new” training materials and standards occured.

Michael Lim was a renown figure in the rapidly growing sports and technical diving market, a tremendous advocate to safe diving practises, to which IMDI prides itself. He was leading major dive expeditions into caves and wrecks going back to 1989, some 5 years before technical diving was introduced in Asia.

He was also part of the “think tank” who originally put together the outlines for the first expedition diving with Rob Palmer.
Unfortunately Rob lost his live in 1997, during a diving trip to Egypt, and despite many differing rumours, the cause has never been verified, all that is truly known is diving had lost one of its truly great pioneers.

The Future
IMDI is now a rapidly growing instituition, whilst retaining the “quality rather than quantity” policy regarding diver training, unlike the other organisation. Its quality control is second to none and the materials are still constantly monitored and improved. Manuals and presentations are now available in a number of different languages.

IMDI hopes to be the answer to many who is seeking an exciting career in diving or simply wanting to go to where others have not been to. Exploration is the key to inspired learning and continuous Education.

Michael hopes to continue this spirit of adventure and mentorship in all parts of Asia. Inspired training into the future indeed.


 
 
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