Helmut Spangler from 7Oceans is new Cave 1 instructor of international dive training organization ISE
Munich, December 23, 2011 – The new partnerbase 7Oceans at the border of lake Zurich strengthens the position of the technical dive training & exploration organization in Switzerland.
Owner-managed dive center 7Oceans at the border of lake Zurich extends the service offer of technical dive training organization InnerSpace Explorers in Switzerland while at the same time announcing a new instructor for cave diving classes. Born in Germany, Helmut Spangler ran for many years Extra Divers in Egypt before relocating to Switzerland where he started his own dive center, a dream that he has had for a long time.
The experienced tech diver is looking forward to the expansion of his product portfolio and the perspectives coming along with the partnership with ISE: “We realize a growing demand from our divers, to study further diving and participate in exciting excursions. With ISE we gain a strong partner who understands and adresses the needs of divers to quickly apply their new skills after an intensive training in a realistic scenario.”
ISE president and founder Achim Schloeffel is also very pleased with the new partner base: “During the training to become a Cave 1 instructor in Sardinia I personally was able to evaluate the high level of dive expertise Helmut Spangler brings along and that he is very enthusiastic when passing his knowledge on to our students. Switzerland is a very important market for us and we are much looking forward to go on challenging dive expeditions together with 7Oceans.”
Course dates from 7Oceans for 2012 can be found online at
http://www.is-expl.com/classdates. For further information on 7Oceans, please visit http://www.7oceans.ch.
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Title: Helmut Spangler, 7Oceans, ISE Instructor
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