International Technical Diving Agency Ltd is a five-person business based in New Tredegar that has rewritten global diving training standards and trades in 30 countries overseas.
What does ITDA stand for?
ITDA stands for International Technical Diving Agency (est. 1999)
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We have 16 other meanings of ITDA in our Acronym Attic
- International Trade Department
- International Trade Division
- International Training and Development (various organizations)
- International Translation Day (International Federation of Translators)
- International Travel Documents (passport agency)
- Ion Trap Detector
- Istituto per le Tecnologie Didattiche (Italy, CNR)
- Illinois Technology Development Alliance (Chicago, IL)
- Independent Truckers and Drivers Association
- Integrated Tactical Decision Aid
- International Technical Diving Association (Spain)
- International Theatre Design Archive
- Impulse Time-Domain Antenna Measurement System
- Illicit Trafficking Database (IAEA, UN)
- Informatics Technology Department of the Bank (State Bank of Vietnam)
- Interim Theater Data Base
- Intermodal Transportation Database
- India Tourism Development Corporation
- Information Technology Development Center (various locations)
- Information Technology in Developing Countries
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International Technical Diving Agency, which is based in New Tredegar, was set up in 1996 by Stephen Murray and Georgina Craig - both professional divers then working in the USA - to provide the diving industry with better training standards, delivered cost effectively.
International Technical Diving Agency (ITDA), which is based in New Tredegar, was set up in 1996 by Stephen Murray and Georgina Craig - both professional divers then working in the USA - to provide the diving industry with better training standards, delivered cost effectively.