"No matter how careful divers are, there is always a risk of decompression illness. The local hospital in our remote Magical Munda paradise is not fully equipped to deal with DCI and being evacuated by air at least as far as Honiara, where there is a volunteer-run recompression chamber, can be expensive! For your peace of mind and ours, we cannot recommend strongly enough that you have insurance which specifically covers you for diving and for air evacuation in the event of an emergency. Our requirement is that divers take out Divers Alert Network membership and insurance, or check their travel policy very carefully. Dive Munda is a proud Super Supporter of DAN Asia-Pacific and we cannot run our dive business safely and effectively in this remote location without DAN Asia-Pacific as our partner." Belinda Botha, Operations Director & SSI IT, Dive Munda
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Nationally Recognised Training

The Divers Alert Network (DAN) Asia-Pacific Ltd has been granted registration as a Private Provider of Vocational Education and Training (RTO 4659). As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), DAN Asia-Pacific is registered to deliver the following programs:

The accreditation provides a good opportunity for DAN Asia-Pacific Licensed Trainers to deliver these programs to a broad audience, including governmental departments and training institutions, as well as to the general community. However, there are associated obligations that must be met.

Because continued registration is subject to compliance with certain conditions and procedures, DAN Asia-Pacific and its licensed First Aid Trainers are obliged to maintain appropriate standards and conditions pertaining to:

  • Promotion of Nationally Accredited Courses
  • Delivery of Nationally Accredited Courses
  • Registration of Nationally Accredited Courses

To this end, DAN Asia-Pacific has introduced procedures that must be adhered to by its licensed Trainers. Failure by a Trainer to adhere to these conditions and procedures can lead to the revocation of the Trainer's license to teach DAN programs.

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