Sir David Attenborough said:
“No one will protect what they don’t care about; and no one will care about what they have never experienced”
The Blue Planet Academy is a not for profit arm of Divecrew. It provides a pathways for schools, groups and corporates and facilitates experiencing the oceans and its challenges.
Starting with FREE Multi-media conservation presentations.
We want to engage with the young people of today. Why? As they will be our future leaders and decision makers. We teach some of the best schools in the world. These student divers will go on to forge careers as company leaders or even prime ministers. If we can play a small part in planting seed of conservation in their minds at a young age…. Who knows.
Starting with FREE Conservation and scuba diving multi-media presentations. Perhaps the organisation would then like a scuba experience, perhaps on enrichment days. Next level is the Open Water Referral Diver, or perhaps, student divers would like to complete their full Open Water Diver course, right here in the UK. So is that the end of the pathway? NO. Some organisations then want Divecrew to organise a week trip out overseas. Good example is the Red Sea. Just 5-6 hour flight. Crystal clear warm waters await. Students move from Open Water to Advanced Divers. Divecrew also adds in other qualifications like Nitrox, or conservation certification’s. This is an action packed week. Students come back with a sun tan, been challenged, had great fun, seen amazing wildlife and have also come back with world recognised qualifications.
Sir David Attenborough,
“Bringing nature into the classroom can kindle a fascination and passion for the diversity of life on earth and can motivate a sense of responsibility to safeguard it.”
– on nature and climate education.
It all starts with a no obligation FREE multi-media presentation.
Divecrew has been established since 1995. It is the UK’s only Gold Star IDC Centre and has real experience of adaptive teaching and conservation. Divecrew will provide safe opportunities and experiences of diving in the ocean. Seeing first hand the wonder that is now under threat.
Check out the Blue Planet web site. www.blueplanetacademy.co.uk
For more information on the Blue Planet call 01344 771113 and ask for Martin. If he is not available a call back process will be engaged.