During February half term 2010 the Welbeck Defence College made their 2nd annual diving trip to Red Sea Waterworld Taba Heights.This year Red Sea Waterworld introduced 38 students to the world of diving by taking them through the 5 day PADI open water course.
Red Sea Diving College (Red Sea Waterworld’s award winning sister company) was on hand again to lend a few of it’s instructors to help take care of such a large group during an extremely busy time of the year. In addition to the mammoth Open Water course, 6 students who learnt to dive on last years trip returned to make their Advanced Open Water Courses, plus Christian Carmichael, the group organizer, along with his staff enjoyed a few days fun diving while the students were being put through their paces.
The Hyatt Regency were also generous in allowing the group exclusive use of one of the many large heated swimming pools for the confined training sections of the course, while “On the Rocks” bar was transformed into 1 large classroom for the DVD and Instructor presentations.
“Red Sea Waterworld provide first class diver training in a safe and well organised environment and the resort of Taba Heights is ideal for large groups of students – everything they need is either in the hotel or in the town area and the bright lights of Dahab and Sharm are thankfully too far away”, says Christian Carmichael on why they choose where to take the group.