A new program, spearheaded by Oceanic Worldwide, is designed to help new divers and student divers to learn how to use the Veo 100 dive computer in a simple, interactive and effective way.

Last month’s widely applauded announcement by a leading scuba training organization is helping re-shape how dive retailers and divers view and utilize dive computers in Open Water SCUBA training. As part of Oceanic’s leadership role in the dive industry, they are helping to produce effective and relevant online training programs involving scuba computers to assist the industry as it evolves to the next stage of educational technology.

Oceanic, together with its online training development partner DiveNav, unveils the first online dive computer course, specifically highlighting the Oceanic Veo 100 dive computer. The Veo 100 Specialty Class is the first ever available online dive computer class designed to teach divers how to use a specific dive computer. Professionally made, interactive and effective multimedia audio / visual packaged in a cost effective online class that will make for an enjoyable user experience. Once taken, the Specialty Class doubles as an online multimedia Operating Manual that can be consulted from anywhere around the world.

A video demonstrating the Veo 100 Online Specialty Class may be seen now at www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZc5UXM3Qu8.

Founded in 1972, Oceanic is a California-based company and one of the largest dive equipment-manufacturing corporations in the world. Its high performance instruments, regulators, buoyancy compensators, masks, fins, snorkels, thermal wear, and accessories are sold by more than 600 U.S. dive retailers, and worldwide through more than 30 independent distributors and Oceanic affiliate companies in Australia, Singapore, Japan, England, Germany, and Italy. For more information visit www.OceanicWorldwide.com

DiveNav Inc., headquartered in Tustin, CA, is an innovative company developing the leading-edge eDiving® scuba diving simulator that enables the user-friendly exploration of our oceans by the recreational and educational communities. eDiving is available for free at www.ediving.us