GUE Instructor resumé

Hassan Adly

Phone: +61 4 2393 1138 (Australia)
Mobile phone: +201222211528 (Egypt)
Email: hassan@gue.com

Professional

  • Australian Army, 2013 - present
  • RMIT University, Researcher & demonstrator, 2013-present
  • GUE, Recreational & Tech Instructor, 2006 - present
  • Marlin Inn Dive Center, Director, 1999 - 2006
  • Croatian Army, 109. brigade, 1991 - 1992

Education

  • 2015 BSc Applied Sciences (Honours), Environmental science, RMIT University, Australia (in progess)
  • 2014 BSc Applied Sciences, Major: Environmental science, RMIT University, Australia
  • 1999 BA Journalism, Moscow State University, Russia

Diving Qualifications

  • GUE Instructor Fundamentals, DPV-1, Rec 1-2-3, Tech-1
  • GUE Tech 2+ Diver (2006)
  • GUE Cave 1 Diver (2007, 2010)
  • PADI MSDT (2004)
  • EFRI EFR Instructor Primary & Secondary care, AED (2004)
  • TDI Advanced Trimix Diver (2003)
  • TDI Advanced Wreck Diver (2003)

Diving Experience

  • Diving since 1986, and diving professionally since 1991. Diving and teaching divers full-time from 1999-2010.
  • Many thousands of dives and hundreds of staged decompression dives including the use of mixed gasses and DPVs. Explored many of the deep shipwrecks found in the Red Sea.
  • Current projects include the exploration of a deep coral cave in the Red Sea. Latest diving-related passion: Mexico cave diving.
  • Dived in Egypt, Australia, France, Lithuania, Poland, Croatia, Malta, Austria, Netherlands, Mexico, New Zealand

Community Involvement

  • RSDASS (Red Sea Diving Association), Diving professional member
  • HEPCA (Hurghada Environmental Protection & Conservation Agency), supporting activist
  • GUE, silver member

Special interests

  • Technical diving (open water, wreck & cave)
  • Environment
  • Science
  • Aviation & modern military history
  • News & mass media
  • Fitness & health

Languages

  • English
  • Russian
  • German
  • Arabic
  • Croatian

Additional Info

Currently on sustaining status with GUE, planning to re-activate in the near future!


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