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You can enter a class at your current level: Divers and Instructors alike can move into a UTD class at your current or next level; it is not necessary to start from the bottom. Our UTD Instructors are always available for an evaluation dive prior to your class.

Student support materials: UTD’s online class materials include narrated programs, skills videos, gas management work sheets, tests and more. Study on your schedule, then review and ask questions during your class when you meet with your instructor. The online classes are available to everyone, no matter what agency you’ve trained with and regardless of whether you’re are enrolled in a certification class or not.

Be part of the Unified Team Diving community: Unified Team Diving is an open community of divers, from recreational through expedition. The online forums and groups give you a place to meet and exchange ideas with divers around the world. You can find a class in the international calendar of events, ask questions of the UTD instructors or even start a group of your own and it’s all free. UTD is an inclusive underwater philosophy that unifies the team towards the dive, maximizing safety, conformity and competence of the team and the members and ultimately the overall enjoyment of the dive.

[fancy_header size=”small” variation=”blue”]UTD Extreme Scuba Makeover[/fancy_header]
Maybe you’ve seen other divers who are destroying the bottom, kicking the silt, beating up the reef or crashing down on delicate corals because they need to improve their SCUBA diving skills. Seeing this, you probably thought to yourself, “I don’t want to be that diver!” Take the Extreme SCUBA Makeover challenge![button link=”″ size=”small” variation=”silver”]Read More[/button]

[fancy_header size=”small” variation=”blue”]DPV Pilot[/fancy_header]
The diver propulsion vehicle is pure¬†underwater fun. Travel up to four times faster and eight times further with this easy to handle underwater vehicle! DPVs are useful for extending the range of a diver, diver fatigue, and the time limits imposed by the dive tables to avoid decompression sickness. [button link=”″ size=”small” variation=”silver”]Read More[/button]

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