The South East region is blessed with an excellent infrastructure servicing mile after mile of uninterrupted coastline.
It offers everybody the opportunity to explore one of the most spectacular underwater adventure playgrounds in the world. With an abundance of wrecks and reefs, there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
Your Regional Coach
About Dave Culver, South East Regional Coach
Currently a member of the Guildford branch, I learnt to dive in 1995 and have since qualified as a BSAC First-Class Diver and Instructor Trainer. Whilst most of my diving has taken place in British coastal waters, I have been fortunate enough to dive some of the lesser known inland dive sites. I am a fully qualified cave diver and have dived in the Chert mines underneath the Derbyshire Dales and well as exploring the caves within the Didoin region of France.
Additionally I have dived under the frozen wastelands of the White Sea in northern Russia, and was lucky enough to be able to tick of a bucket list activity when I dived the wreck of the Rainbow Warrior of the coast of Bew Zealand.
Training and events in the South East Region
To help you continue to develop and improve your diving skills, the South East region runs a comprehensive selection of SDCs and diving lectures, ranging from Ocean Diver practical sessions to Advanced Diver theory sessions, with Oxygen Administration, Boat Handling and the ever-popular Accelerated Decompression Procedures being a selection of the wide range of SDCs that the region run to help you maximise your enjoyment of this wonderful sport.
We have recently started running a First-Class Diver support group, so if you are interested in obtaining this qualification but don’t know where to start, please get in touch and take the first step towards becoming a BSAC First-Class Diver.
Want to join the regional coaching team?
New instructors always welcome to expand the team. If you enjoy teaching, the team can help expand your teaching skills.
To join the team, email the South East Regional Coach