My name is Bojan Cingi. I have graduated in DIT too. You now that they are giving Canadian certification, DCBC, also. I know school in Canada who maybe can do something. You can talk with them and also you can mention my name, I was working there as an instructor. You can find all about them on web site DiveSafe international.com
Chief instructor is Kelly Kerol. If anything hapens and you nead stuff, give me a call.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
I was in class 110-80 at D.I.T. Since graduation I have done many different types of diving but my best work comes in the form of being an instructor. I have a twenty one week wet welder training program that I teach once a year here on the north coast of california. If I can be of assistance in helping you establish a commercial dive training program post me back. I spent a year working for John Ritter as an instructor at the school and setting up a program like that is not the most difficult thing on the planet.
I don't remmeber if I answered this???? Yep, sounds like the same times...although I'm thinking we did a better job of checking the bilges than some!
Are you a member of the IMCA I need a copy of IMCA D 041, looking at Lithium Ion batteries in the chamber.....I lost my copy and am wondering if there is is new information mine was from 19 something 8 / 10 years old now...
Bob- a real pleasure to meet you. I've been a little busy. Sorry its taken so long to get back to you. I will take your info into the office on Monday. If that idea were to take off one day... I'm first in!
Please contact me at my work email with your contact information, so that this process can begin. email@example.com
Take care for now. Look forward to 'picking your brain' on your prior work and thoughts.
I am glad...for a minute I thought we had been at school together and should have recognized you.....I have fond memories of DIT...I was a live aboard with John Manloves son until I could find work and a place...bartender at the Moose and a cubby h*** in Ballard, $5.00 to my name and blackberry's from the alley and water in the fridge...couldn't even afford peanut butter! Great times!