New email template to send to your Open Water Diver Students…

…who have completed part 1 of the course


This email is designed to be sent to customers who have completed the academics and confined water dives of the PADI Open Water Diver to promote club nights and equipment sales.

To download the email template click the ‘New Open Water Diver email template‘ or the Big Blue Button below.

Download NOW!

If you are unsure about how to download, modify/edit, save and send the email template then click the ‘How to webinar’ for new email templates‘ link or by clicking the Big Blue Button below.

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Scubaearth is coming

PADI Dive Centers and Resorts, visit, go to My Account and select Social Media Settings.
Then add your Social Media site information to get ready for the launch of ScubaEarth!

At launch, ScubaEarth will offer the familiar features of an online community, including
user profiles and social media integration. It will also highlight dive-specific features,
including worldwide dive and travel destination overviews, a dive site locator, usergenerated
dive site information, PADI dive shop locator, and real-time water and dive
conditions. Users may also maintain an online logbook, access their PADI certification
records, build and maintain a personal gear locker, and search dive job opportunities.


Launching in September 2012, ScubaEarth is destined to become the home for a global
community of divers seeking to dream, plan and share their underwater adventures. PADI
Members and divers can enrich ScubaEarth’s comprehensive data by creating profiles
and logging dive adventures. Make a note on your calendar now to visit ScubaEarth soon
at and join the evolution.

It’s Debris Month of Action!

During September’s Debris Month of Action, we’re calling on PADI Pros to: 


  1. Conduct Dive Against Debris surveys or organize a Debris Month of Action event.
  2. Encourage your divers to enter the Debris Month of Action Photo Contest. They can submit an image of the weirdest piece of trash they’ve found underwater.  
  3. Encourage your divers to help fund community action and solutions to marine debris problems by pledging support

For more information please visit or contact your regional manager.