It is very common for divers to be asked if they have ever seen sharks, or even if they fear encountering them by surprise while diving. Most divers will answer that they would be delighted to see sharks when they dive, although some people may be uneasy about this possibility. The truth is that fear often comes from ignorance: we fear what we do not know.
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Therefore, if you want to increase your knowledge as a recreational diver, or simply as a lover of the marine environment, learning more about the ocean and its inhabitants, it is time to enroll in the SSI Shark Ecology Specialty course. In this course you will acquire concepts and notions that will allow you to better understand how these wonderful animals live and behave, as unfairly feared as mistreated.
Shark Ecology Course – SSI Specialty
If you are interested in the marine world and its creatures, you can enroll in our Shark Ecology specialty course. This course consists of individual study of teaching material online, developed based on texts, images and explanatory videos that will help you understand the subject matter of the program. At the end of all the chapters of the digital material, you will have to complete a short online exam with multiple choice questions before receiving your specialty certification.
During this course you will learn very interesting things about the evolution of sharks, their biological classification, their reproduction, their extremely acute senses, as well as their relationship with the marine ecosystem and also with human beings.
All the SSI Ecology Specialties, as with the rest of the SSI Diving Specialties, count as continuous training in order to obtain the recognition qualifications as an SSI diver:
- Specialist Diver (Specialty Diver) – 2 specialties.
- Advanced Diver (Advanced Open Water Diver) ? 4 specialties.
- Master Diver? 5 specialties.
If you are determined to continue developing your knowledge as a lover of the marine environment? Contact us TODAY to inform you!!!