PIONEERS
In Scuba diving & hyperbaric safety

Since our origin in 1988, ANDI has expanded throughout the world with Regional Headquarters located in the United Kingdom, Israel, Australia, Sweden, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Greece, Japan, Taiwan, Republic of Korea, Republic of Maldives, Republic of Philippines, Latin America, Middle East and the home office in the United States of America. To meet the needs of these regional markets ANDI developed educational material in many languages in addition to English.

ANDI International

Our Mission

ANDI is a committed global champion in all aspects of recreational and technical diving, dedicated to the health and well-being of divers, through innovative and educationally valid programs, adventurous techniques, inspired solutions, and optimal breathing gas selection and purity, that encourage safe participation by all with minimal risk the preservation of the aquatic environment for future generations.

Our Achievements

  • The first instructor teaching manual for Enriched Air Nitrox diving. (1989)
  • The first instructor teaching manual for Technical / Decompression diving. (1991)
  • The first integrated teaching system for Enriched Air Nitrox diving. (1989)
Our Mission

ANDI is a committed global champion in all aspects of recreational and technical diving, dedicated to the health and well-being of divers, through innovative and educationally valid programs, adventurous techniques, inspired solutions, and optimal breathing gas selection and purity, that encourage safe participation by all with minimal risk the preservation of the aquatic environment for future generations.

ANDI Achievements
  • The first instructor teaching manual for Enriched Air Nitrox diving. (1989)
  • The first instructor teaching manual for Technical / Decompression diving. (1991)
  • The first integrated teaching system for Enriched Air Nitrox diving. (1989)
"The Global standard in diving & Hyperbaric education"

Training Programs

Our diving training programs, originating in 1988, introduced nitrox diving to the world-wide community; recreational, commercial and military diving.

Instructor & Leadership Certifications

ANDI Instructor, Instructor Trainer and Director for Recreational, Mixed Gas, Deep Exploration and Hyperbaric Programs.

Dive Medic & Hyperbarics

ANDI Oxygen Administration, Hyperbaric Operator and Diving Medicine Programs.

SafeAir Nitrox Program

ANDI pioneered the safe application of Optimal Breathing Gas Technology.

Open Water Diver Program

ANDI Recreational Diver Training from Scuba Experience to Master Instructor.

Gas Blender & Technician

ANDI Gas Blending, Service and Equipment Technician Programs.

Silent Diving Rebreathers

ANDI Closed Circiut and sCCR Rebreather Programs from Intro to Deep Exploration.

Technical & Exploration

ANDI Technical, SafeAir Nitrox, Trimix and Overhead Environment Training Programs.

Certify Your Hyperbarics Facility

With The Agency That Developed The Globally Adopted Protocols

ANDI Facility Membership Program

WHY CHOOSE Andi

ANDI International (ANDI) is one of the world’s fastest growing diver training agencies. ANDI began by specializing in training programs for Enriched Air Nitrox ( SafeAir ) diving. As a natural evolution from SafeAir®, ANDI developed training programs for what has now become known as Technical diving and Closed Circuit Rebreather systems. To meet the demands of our international network of training facilities, in 1999 ANDI introduced a unique methodology for training entry-level divers with the ANDI Open Water Sport Diver program.

ANDI has developed a multifaceted training system with comprehensive programs. These include Openwater Sport Diver, Dive Medic, SafeAir® User courses, Technical and Exploration programs, Rebreather training for SCR and CCR systems, specialty-focused training and a full offering of technician and instructor programs.

Today, throughout the world, when you see SafeAir® you can be assured that the facility dispensing gas has met the highest of purity standards in the industry and utilizes equipment and procedures consistent with international protocol for safely handling Oxygen and its mixtures.