My husband will be graduating from this school in a week and a half, and already has a job. So far the whole experience has been wonderful with his training through this institute. The school is nice and small, so there is a lot of individual attention paid to each student. I disagree with the previous poster, I think the initial investment is a bit expensive, but there is always some kind of student loan to help you cover those costs. I will say that at times it seems a bit unorganized, but I guess that is to be expected, as the teachers are divers themselves, not people who went to school to teach. You will learn a lot in the short, seven month course. It's a great start to a lucrative career.
when i took diving classes here last summer i was very happy with the work that they did. they taught me all there was to know about diving and they didnt charge a whole lot of money. they had their own equipment so you didnt have to buy everything up front. they made sure i learnt and i was impressed with their knowledge.very nice place.