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Project Aware Shark Conservation

Project Aware Shark Conservation

Project Aware Shark Conservation Distinctive Specialty Course with Aussie Divers Phuket

Overfishing, bycatch and finning. You know that shark populations worldwide are facing tough challenges. Luckily divers can help secure a brighter future for sharks. Get ready to mobilize your troops into action. Teach the AWARE Shark Conservation Diver Specialty.

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Sharks in Danger

Many shark species are in danger of becoming extinct but you can give sharks a fighting chance by completing the Project AWARE Shark Conservation distinctive specialty course. Learn through independent learning or classroom presentations, and you can be certifyied even if sharks are not seen on training dives.

The course can also be a part of your Advance Open Water Course or Adventure Diver Course.

Whale Shark Aussie Divers Phuket Scuba

Whale Shark Aussie Divers Phuket Scuba

Help our friends the sharks. Turn your yourself into an informed and passionate shark defender who can take action to protect sharks.

The best place to do this course is with Aussie Divers Phuket, Patong, Phuket, Thailand.

Some images of sharks seen locally in Phuket

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