About Eco Pacific Diving
What we stand for...
Our mission is to provide expert training through safe, friendly, and environmentally aware scuba programs. We go above and beyond scuba industry standards to make certain you are receiving the highest quality training. Our low student to instructor ratios ensure a more hands on experience to receive the best experience possible. We also have added more dives to our Open Water Diver program so you have more time to practice your skills before becoming a certified diver!
At Eco Pacific Diving, we are constantly striving to be environmentally conscious and pass our goals and passions on to other divers! Our diving philosophy is to take nothing but photos and leave nothing but bubbles, a concept that many organizations preach but do not practice. From the moment you begin your training with us, we stress the importance of eco friendly diving. With growing environmental concerns, this is an area that needs attention across all industries, including scuba diving. We are constantly learning and adapting to create a program that creates amazing divers and gives students the opportunity to learn more about the importance of being environmentally conscious while diving.
The Face of Eco Pacific Diving
Bryan Hillyer is an Open Water Scuba Instructor for Scuba Schools International (SSI) and Scuba Diving International (SDI). He is also certified in First Aid, CPR, AED, Oxygen Provider, and Basic Life Support. Bryan has been diving for five years now, having taught in Central America and Canada. His passion for teaching and learning has aligned to his passion for Scuba diving. Starting Eco Pacific Diving is a reflection of that!
The aspect of diving Bryan wishes to accentuate in his teaching is eco friendly diving. The best way to be an eco diver is to be taught correctly with an emphasis on buoyancy skills and respect for the environment. Quality instruction leads to better divers and better divers leads to more eco friendly diving. Bryan has made it his mission to educate and train other divers to be more conscious of their environment and instill a mentality that will have his students be the best divers they can be. Diving takes patience, understanding, and perseverance, all of which Bryan accentuates in his classes.