After 4 months of the podcast, it's time for a "Thank You"!! and an update of where we are at now. Join us as we recap a few things, share our progress, and make plans for the future.
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In celebration of Women's Dive Day, James hit the local quarry to interview a group of women divers. Listen as the boys get some life lessons from several different ladies. A very special tank you to all of the fantastic women diving (& listening to our podcast) out there and especially the ladies who took the time to participate in an interview in person or via e-mail to help us put this episode together!!
Also, don't forget to check out Gareth Lock's "micro-class" over at https://www.humanfactors.academy/ and be sure to enter "thegreatdivepodcast" discount code to get your discount!
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This week we wrap up Episode 14 with 14.2... which is really our 16th episode. We feature a topic by Gareth Lock, director of Human in the System Consulting and developed a course called Human Factors Skills in Diving. We brought up this topic from and article we talked about a few weeks ago but really dive deeper into it in this episode. Coincidentally, Diver Magazine is putting out a big story about the same topic in the current issue. Gareth has a ton of useful information he has gathered as a diver and during his time in the Royal Air Force. Please check out his website at http://www.humanfactors.academy/p/about as well as his blog at https://www.humanfactors.academy/p/blog
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Join the boys as they explore deeper into the murky waters of dive safety and instruction while using a fantastic magazine article written by diving legends Michael Menduno & Billy Deans in the early 90's as a backdrop for the dialogue. Listen as Episode 15 piggybacks onto last weeks topic!
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James & Brando comment on diving in their own, unique way. An original take on SCUBA diving and their shared passion for exploring the underwater world and the diving community.
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