The British Sub-Aqua Club or BSAC is the governing body of recreational diving in Britain. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Sub Aqua Club"
The Cave Diving Group (CDG) is a United Kingdom-based diver training organization specialising in cave diving. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cave Diving Group"
The Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS) is the World Underwater Federation. CMAS is the international umbrella organisation for diver training organizations. It was founded in Monaco on January 10, 1959. ...more on Wikipedia about "CMAS"
The Fédération Française d'Etudes et de Sports Sous Marins (FFESSM) is the main diver training organization of France and was formed in 1955. It has 160,000 members and consists of 2200 clubs. It is one of the fonding member of the CMAS (confédération mondiale des activités subaquatiques, world confederation of subaquatique activities). The other french federations are the ANMP (association nationale des moniteurs de plongée), ...more on Wikipedia about "FFESSM"
International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers (IANTD) are a SCUBA diving organization concerned with certification and training in Enriched Air Nitrox diving, Technical Diving and Free Diving. ...more on Wikipedia about "International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers"
The National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) is a SCUBA diver training organization concerned with promoting dive safety through education. ...more on Wikipedia about "National Association of Underwater Instructors"
The Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) is the world's largest recreational diving membership organization and diver training organization. ...more on Wikipedia about "Professional Association of Diving Instructors"
Scuba Schools International or SSI is an organisation that teaches the skills involved in scuba diving. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scuba Schools International"
The Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) is an ecumenical organization offering programming based on Christian values. The YMCA mission is often stated as, "To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all." Each local YMCA oversees its own finances and governance. Within most countries, the local YMCAs are related primarily in terms of overall strategy and direction only—the organization is truly community-based and staffed and supported by volunteers and local employees. In some localities nowadays, the YMCA is almost exclusively a community sports facility, utilizing physical activities and recreation as a method of promoting positive values. YMCAs operate in 119 countries worldwide. Individual YMCA programming and mission varies from country to country as a result of the model of local governance adopted by the organization. ...more on Wikipedia about "YMCA"
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