Rj Razis [IDCS #460109] - “Boy Pulau (Ah Boy)” as my fellow friends and family named me…. Born and bred in Johor Bahru in 1976. Started diving in the mid 90’s during my teenage years at the south of Malaysia. I turned professional since 1997 . Naturally, since then I have been involved in many different roles within the diving industry, both locally and internationally.
Today, as a PADI IDC Staff Instructor and an Emergency First Response Instructor with more than 20 years of teaching experience, I have certified more than 1600 divers from beginner all the way to professional level. I take a personal interest in each of my students training, ensuring that they are confident and comfortable with their abilities during each stage of training. As a good diver always does, I am still continuing my education with Specialty Course PADI offer. I currently hold 11 Specialty Instructor rating and having logged myself over dive 7000+ dives which is equivalent to 6900hrs been underwater. (last log dive on 2007)
Saidatul Fariha Jamaludin, known as Sai for short, born in October 1996, a fresh graduate from Management & Science University in Bachelor of Human Capital Management. Been certified as a Open Water Diver in mid 2018, Working at Dive C as a Sales & Marketing Specialist. Many of my circles wondering how do I work that is out of my league? Well actually it is not so "out of my league" because I am passionate in diving more than anyone else known, even though i am still in a baby step, in future my goal in diving is to be one of the professionals diver. "When you work that is related to your passion and soul, it is not working, it is living your life to the fullest. No stress, just love and happiness".
Love to be called by Aidan, born in March 1995, working at Dive C as technician been certified as Open Water Diver in 2017, certified as Advance Open Water in 2018 and certified Nitrox Diver 2020. To be honest, speaking about things that related to water, i am really not a big fans of water because i am scared of it, however it does not prevent me to try out scuba diving. In short, "overcome your fears, then you will know the beauty of it". As for now, my favourite dive site will be Tulamben, Bali. It feels like home being there as whenever I went there, I will stay least 2 weeks and it is been numerous of times. Also! there are a lot of Micro can be found in Tulamben!