PADI Asia Pacific Japan Co., Ltd. Recruitment of “PADI Ambassador Diver” to convey the importance of ocean protection and the fun of scuba diving to people has started in 2023!

Padi Asia Pacific Japan Co., Ltd.
Recruitment of “PADI Ambassa Diver” to tell people the importance of ocean protection and the fun of scuba diving has started in 2023!
PADI (PADI Asia Pacific Japan Co., Ltd., Headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Chairman: Tatsuo Nakano), a scuba diving educational institution, will teach people the importance of marine protection and the fun of scuba diving, Recruitment for the 2020 “PADI AmbassaDiver” has started on October 11, 2022. The application deadline is October 31, 2022. [Image 1

What is PADI AmbassaDiver?
The PADI Ambassa Diver Program is a program carried out by PADI Worldwide to let more people know the importance of marine
conservation and the enjoyment of scuba diving. It’s made up of homes and leaders working to improve diving in local communities and across the globe.
PADI ambassador divers use the PADI brand as an influencer to communicate with divers around the world, further raise awareness of various social and environmental issues, and give hope to many people. Contributing. PADI will continue to expand the mission of the PADI Ambassa Diver so that more people can protect and connect with our beautiful underwater planet.
From Japan, Kaoruko Ino, an underwater reporter, and Yukie
Higashinita, a doctor, were selected for the first time in 2021. Last year (2022), two sets of freelance announcer Miho Sakai, who is active in NHK BS1 “International News”, and twin YouTubers TWINS (Ko & Hiromu) with more than 500,000 subscribers. joined.
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Miho Sakai (left) and TWINS (right) selected as PADI Ambassador Diver in 2022 ▼ Click here for the details and the link to the application form for the 2023 PADI Ambassador Recruitment
https://blog.padi.com/jp/how-to-become-a-padi-ambassadiver-in-2021-2/ ――――――――――
Frequently Asked Questions About PADI Ambassadors
●What kind of person is suitable for a PADI Ambassa Diver?
Please apply if you meet the following criteria.
・Learning scuba diving (or freediving) was a turning point in my life. ・When I’m with my friends, it’s always natural to talk about diving. ・When I see trash while walking (or swimming), I can’t help but pick it up. – Social media posts are filled with underwater adventures, marine life and conservation messages.
●Is there any information I should know before applying or recommending? When applying, we will conduct a simple online survey. Here is the information you need:
・There is no minimum age, but it is required that you actively use social media. ・There is a column to fill in the diver certification level. If you do not have a Diver or Freediver certification, please write “None”. ・There is a column to describe how to get more people to want to try diving and to get them interested in the ocean. Please be prepared to write in a short sentence including your achievements and experiences so far.
●Is it okay if I’m not a diving instructor or a professional underwater photographer?
Using beautiful photographs to convey the charm of the sea is one way, but that is not the only way.
We are looking for someone who can speak for the “voice of the sea” who can convey the charm of the sea in a multifaceted manner, such as the fun and beauty, and attract many people to diving and marine conservation activities.
Also, diving instructors teaching a large number of students do not automatically become ambassador divers. Efforts should be made to promote diving and support nature conservation in your area. ●Is it okay if I do not have a diver certification (diving license)? You don’t need to be a certified diver or freediver to become a PADI Ambassa Diver. But one of the questions on the application is, “How do you inspire others to try diving and take an interest in protecting our oceans?” If you are not yet a diver or freediver, consider how you would answer this question.
If your social media followers are passionate about conservation, travel and water sports, PADI would love to introduce them (and you) to the joys of scuba diving. And write down how you will encourage others to dive in the future after you become a certified diver. In addition, please check the following for details on the application criteria. https://bit.ly/3ThP1RM
▼ Click here for the details and the link to the application form for the 2023 PADI Ambassador Recruitment
https://blog.padi.com/jp/how-to-become-a-padi-ambassadiver-in-2021-2/ ――――――――――
[PADI, the world’s largest scuba diving educational institution] PADI is headquartered in California, USA, and has 7 area offices around the world, including Japan. going. It is the world’s largest scuba diving educational institution, operating on a global scale with professional members including more than 128,000 instructors and more than 6,600 dive centers/dive resorts in 186 countries around the world.
Since its establishment in 1966, it has issued more than 28 million C-cards, and more than 1 million divers worldwide are certified by PADI’s educational curriculum every year. That means that about every 30 seconds someone in the world gets PADI certified somewhere in the world, and that percentage is about 60% or more of the world’s divers. 【Company Profile】
Company name: Padi Asia Pacific Japan Co., Ltd.
Representative: Tatsuo Nakano, Chairman and Representative Director Head office location: Harumi Island Triton Square Office Tower X 40F, 1-8-10 Harumi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
URL: https://www.padi.co.jp/
Capital: 46 million yen
Business description: Scuba diving educational institution for the purpose of popularizing scuba diving and nurturing divers
[Inquiries regarding this matter]
Padi Asia Pacific Japan Co., Ltd.
Person in charge: Marketing Department Iwamoto
Phone: 03-6372-7234 (representative)
E-mail: planning@padi.co.jp

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