National Academy of Scuba Educators
The National Academy of Scuba Educators, also known as NASE Worldwide, is a recreational scuba training organization which was founded in Texas during 1982. In February 2011 NASE re-launched its image and developed new standards and practices. NASE's training program consists of three streams - recreational scuba diving, technical and professional diving in the recreational field (instructors and divemasters). NASE operates in Colombia, Chile, South Korea, Russia and the United States of America. It has a program of resort and dive center recognition with businesses recognised in the following countries - Barbados, Canada, Fiji, Honduras, Malaysia, and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
|Motto||Dive training for a new generation|
|Headquarters||Jacksonville, Florida, USA|
|CDA Technical Institute (CDA), formerly Commercial Diving Academy|
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- "Locate a NASE Dive Shop (in the USA)". NASE Worldwide. Retrieved 7 June 2016.
- "EUF Certified Training Systems/Training Organisations (click on 'NASE Worldwide Inc. for more information)". EUF Certification International. Retrieved 8 June 2016.