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Eagle Ray Diving is a registered member of the IAHD, through Jim Corbally who has for many years now been involved in teaching people with disabilities to scuba dive.
It is Jims intention this year to launch a bespoke teaching unit in order to promote diving among the disabled community. Jim is the registered Training Officer for the Nottinghamshire based charity, ‘Diveable’ which is fully supported by the Eagle Ray Diving and its team.


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The IAHD also conducts update seminars, symposiums and attend Dive conventions. Members are kept informed of the latest information via the IAHD Newsletters. Since the introduction of the IAHD in April 1993, the organization has steadily grown and is today world renowned. The IAHD receives very positive responses from rehabilitation centre, diving organisations, diving instructors and the media.
The International Association for Handicapped Divers (IAHD) is a diving association, based in Holland, which has focused upon providing the means for those with Physical disabilities who wish to become scuba divers to fulfil their ambition. To enable individuals with serious physical disabilities to participate in underwater activities requires competent, instructors, underwater guides, capable dive buddies, as well as training programs, standards, guidelines, materials, and member support. The IAHD provides this.