Changes to PADI Website Logins

PADI Single Sign On Password Change

The next time you login to the Pros’ site, you will prompted to create a “Single Sign On” account. It’s part of a new initiative to simplify access to PADI websites and programs online. PADI Single Sign On eliminates the need for  separate usernames and passwords for ScubaEarth®, the Pros’ Site, eLearning, etc. Single Sign On (SSO), when complete, means you’ll have one login for all PADI Sites.

Below is what the new sign on screen looks like. If you have issues logging in initially, choose the Reset Password link. You’ll receive an email from padi@padidiver.com with a link to reset your password. The email can take up to an hour, be sure to check your spam/junk folder.

PADI Pros-SSO

PADI Single Sign On (SSO) Fast Facts

  • With PADI Single Sign On (SSO), you’ll have one login for many PADI sites and applications – eliminating the hassle of multiple accounts.
  • Your PADI SSO login will use an email address and password. No more usernames.
  • Each account must have a unique email address, so you cannot share an email address for both a store and an individual member account
  • Many of PADI’s websites and programs will eventually be impacted by PADI Single Sign On including: ScubaEarth®, the PADI Pros’ site, online materials, digital codes, PADI eCards™, EVE PIC Web Service,  and others. This is not an exhaustive list of impacted projects and not all websites will utilize SSO immediately. The program will roll out gradually across all of PADI’s websites.

Questions? Contact the customer service department at 800 729 7234 ext. 2495 (U.S) or +1 949 858 7234 ext. 2495 (outside U.S.).

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