The Dive Station offers diver's education in Orlando, Florida. The classes are taught by professional diving instructors and include a variety of different educational opportunities. The training director has personally certified more than 3,500 diving students and has taught more than 200 Instructor Development courses. He has more than 10,000 recreational and technical drives in his experience. The Dive Station is responsible for teaching the first PADI Enriched Air Instructor course and the first Emergency Response Instructor course. It was also the first school to be certified as a PADI Career Development Center. Veterans are invited to attend classes at the station and the school is approved for veterans training. The school has hosted a variety of diving courses in other countries including South Africa, Guantanamo Bay, Costa Rica, Germany, the Bahamas and the Caribbean Islands. Classes at the station include Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water Diver, Nitrox Diver, Specialty Diver, Rescue Diver and Dive Master. Other courses at the school include technical training, instructor training, sidemount training and cave diver training. Diving vacations are hosted by the station. Instructors take novice and experienced divers to locations such as South America, Mexico, Europe and South Africa for on location diving experiences.