Have you seen PADI’s You Tube channel yet?

If you haven’t already, check out the PADI Producer video clips. The latest one is a short clip introducing Sidemount Diving. If you’re thinking that this is just a few minutes idol amusement, think again. You can use PADI blogs and You Tube clips to market the courses you can offer to your divers. You can share them on social media* – just add a comment saying that you can teach this course, when the next course is or add anything else your divers might like to know about the topic. Use links to PADI websites to liven up your newsletters and provide your divers with fun articles and info. 

PADI TV:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nNaBr1D_xM&feature=youtu.be

PADI Blog:

http://www.padi.com/blog/2013/03/04/padi-recreational-sidemount/

http://www.padi.com/blog/2013/03/24/padi-tec40-course/

http://www.padi.com/blog/2013/03/27/diving-rebreathers/

http://www.padi.com/blog/2013/03/22/i-dont-want-to-be-a-tec-diver-so-what-can-tec-diving-do-for-me/

TecRec Blog:

https://tecrec.padi.com/2011/11/16/how-to-become-a-padi-rebreather-instructor/

https://tecrec.padi.com/2011/11/16/how-to-become-a-padi-rebreather-instructor-trainer/

https://tecrec.padi.com/2012/04/04/how-to-become-a-tecrec-tec-ccr-instructor-2/

https://tecrec.padi.com/2012/04/05/how-to-become-a-padi-tec-40-ccr-instructor-trainer/

Of course, this being the TecRec Blog, the links above are for tec, rebreather and sidemount courses, but we also have lots of videos and articles on core PADI courses too, so don’t forget to check out the Open Water Diver, Adventures in Diving, Rescue and Go Pro resources too.

*What does PADI copyright allow me to do with these clips and articles? You can share them via the You Tube/Blog links or link to PADI sites from your own posts, blogs or newsletters, but you can’t use them on your own website or post them on social media pages as your own.  PADI Professionals can access PADI media and details of how they can be used at www.padi.com/mypadi