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By now we are all suffering form diving withdrawal. We have no where to go and in some case not too much to do. It is the perfect time to learn! Whether you are a dive shop that wants to increase revenue, keep staff members trained or you are a diver that wants to know more, this is an ideal opportunity.

Michael Labrecque, a full time seasoned dive educator, DAN Examiner and Instructor Trainer, PSI Instructor, PADI Master-Instructor, and professional underwater photographer, is organizing a series of remote training courses that you can join in on, from the comfort of your living room with the help of interactive videoconferencing. Training will be available in English or French.

To start off, Michael will be offering a four-hour Underwater photography course for only $99. This course covers all the basics and need to know tips to enhance your UW photography. 

Upcoming course dates are May 7, 12, 16… (more dates available).

Other courses (all virtual classroom sessions through Google Meet) are available in English or French and include:

Technician courses

Visual Cylinder Inspection (PSI), O2 clean, valves technician and more!

Other Imagery courses

Underwater video and Adobe Lightroom (no software required to do the course and a free trial version is available).

DAN / EFR First-Aid courses* 

All seven DAN courses (provider to Instructor trainer)

All three EFR courses (provider to Instructor)

*There is hands-on training required to complete the courses but we will go to you for the practical sessions when confinement measures are lifted


Fish ID, Recreational trimix (no diving required), etc.

Want to sign up or find out more, please contact Michael at

Article submitted by:

Julie Ouimet, FI’16 Explorers Club
Class of 2019 Inductee – Women Divers Hall of Fame

Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada

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