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BSAC Dec 2
Congrats to Rob Jackson on receiving the Aqua Lung Award. Presented to the BSAC member who goes that extra mile in the promotion of BSAC’s aims and objectives. Many thanks to Aqua Lung UK for sponsoring this award and to James Sanderson for presenting.
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BSAC Dec 2
Stunning talk at Eurotek by the Thai Cave Rescue team. You could hear a pin drop.
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BSAC Dec 2
Congratulations to all! The First Class Diver Awards go to Graeme Crouch, Mark Brabon, Sam Clarke and Kevin Holmes. First Class Diver Awards presented by FCD Chief Examiner Rob Sewell.
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BSAC Dec 2
Congrats to Graeme Crouch on receiving the AP Diving Award. Awarded to the candidate who proves to have the most meritorious performance in the BSAC First Class Diver examination. Thank you to AP Diving for sponsoring and to Rob Sewell and ’s Martin Parker for presenting
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BSAC Dec 2
Congratulations to Sam Clarke on receiving the Analox AI Award. Awarded to the most meritorious candidate on the Advanced Instructor course. Thank you to Analox Ltd for sponsoring this award and to David George for presenting.
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BSAC Dec 2
Congratulations to BSAC's three new National Instructors. Mike Baker, Stephen Batt and Mark Paisey met the criteria for BSAC’s highest instructional qualification. National Instructor Awards presented by David Wakelam.
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BSAC Dec 2
Congratulations to Mike Baker on receiving the Weezle award. Awarded to the person who performs most meritoriously in the National Instructor exam. Thank you to Weezle Diving Services Ltd for sponsoring this award
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BSAC Dec 2
Congratulations to Joseph Hadden on receiving the Collins and Chambers award. Awarded to the most meritorious candidate on the Open Water Instructor course. Thank you to David George for presenting.
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BSAC Dec 1
Come and meet the BSAC Tech team at !
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BSAC Nov 30
Proposals to ban the distribution and/or sale of plastic straws, plastic-stemmed cotton buds and plastic drink stirrers...no brainer right? Take part in the government consultation taking place to ban the distribution and/or sale of these items in England.
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RAFS-AA Nov 26
Maltese Eagle 18-4 Advanced Group divers get wet...
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2488 Kingswinford Air Cadets Nov 27
Thanks for a brilliant presentation tonight from Stourbridge Snorkelling Club. Some of our cadets tried on the gear and are lucking forward to trying it in 2019!
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BSAC Nov 28
Replying to @Me_Scuba_Steve
Hi only one staff member in today in the membership office today. Have you got through yet (as its 4:36pm now)? If not please call me on 0151 350 6224 thanks Jessica at BSAC
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BSAC Nov 23
BSAC’s Diving Incident Report 2018 now available to download and read in full
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BSAC Nov 22
North West inland diving site Capernwray Dive Centre​ has introduced discounts for BSAC members who are 14 or younger to support BSAC's drive to get more young people into and . Get up to 50% off the £12 entrance fee!
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BSAC Nov 20
Campaigning on behalf of divers BSAC helps change the international standard and avoids annual cylinder testing.
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BSAC Nov 17
How's it going so far? Send us some pics!
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BSAC Nov 15
Thanks for popping in for a surprise visit Ray! Couldn't resist a quick photo! BSAC member Ray Woolley is so inspiring! He has broken his own world record as the worlds oldest male scuba diver...wow!
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BSAC Nov 15
Replying to @janet_folland
Hi please can you send your email address to marketing@bsac.com and we'll get our diving resources team to send you some past papers etc.
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BSAC Nov 14
All wet wipes sold as "flushable" in the UK have so far failed the water industry's disintegration tests, the BBC has found. Wetwipes labelled and sold as "flushable" are made of plastic 👎 Divers and snorkellers please RT to help spread the word!
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