Conservation Diver Trainers are able to teach the courses from any location they may currently be residing, meaning that the list of available training and certification centers is subject to change. However below you can see some of our top partner locations, which currently have trainers available full time. Contact the center you are interested and start your path towards learning and working in marine conservation today.


Thailand


The New Heaven Reef Conservation Program [NHRCP]

Location: Koh Tao, Thailand

Description: The NHRCP has the longest running partnership with Conservation Diver, and actually helped to develop most of the courses currently on offer. The NHRCP offers 3-day to 4 week programs for students or interns, and operates from Dec. 15h – October 15th every year.


Nicaragua


Azul Conservation
Location:
Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

Description:

Azul Conservation (formerly Marine Conservation Nicaragua) is working in Nicaragua to conserve the marine ecosystems in the country through a reef conservation program operating on Little Corn Island and working with sea turtle protection businesses operating in Jiquilillo. We offer a variety of courses to the public and volunteer organizations, and volunteer opportunities with Sea Turtle Rescue Nicaragua (STRN) (seaturtlerescue-nicaragua.org).

Indonesia


Blue Marlin Dive, Gili Air

Location: Gili Air, Indonesia

Description:

Blue Marlin Gili Air is part of the Blue Marlin family of dive centers, with over 25 years of diving experience in Indonesia. As the newest Conservation Diver Training Center, they are looking to offer a unique and fun learning experience on a absolute paradise of an island.


Portugal


Dive Azores

Location: Azores, Portugal

Description:

Dive Azores is a marine conservation training center located in the beautiful and remote Azores Islands of Portugal. At this center, you can learn and receive certifications in several of the Conservation Diver courses, and also get the additional bonus of working with whale biologists on a program to track and monitor local populations using fluke observations. This is a high quality program, directed for those who want to make marine conservation a big part of their life.


Stay Tuned, as this year we also expect to be opening up new centers in the Australia, Maldives, Mexico, and Malaysia