You'd be surprised how far back our records go, we definitely have some from when the centre opened in the 1970s. I couldn't say for certain that we will have a record of your course but the archives do seem pretty good. My suggestion is to drop us an email or give us a ring using the details on our website and we'll have a look. If we find anything then we'll also copy it to BSAC so they can amend their records as well.
BTW - how many posts until you get to have an avatar and/or signature block?
There is a minimum, 10 I think. It is to stop spammers putting links in their signatures and the same for avatars.
We'll sort you out JSSADC.
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Resolution. My Dive Log has been found.
Phoned our hotel in Kuala Lumpur which we used enroute to Bali. They had not responded to an email. They found the divelog. Then my wife remembered she had put it in the drawer next to her bed with some magazines. Why she took it out of the bag I really do not understand as there is certainly no diving in KL (the air viz is bad enough). She had sworn blind that she had checked the room (I was carting bags and paying bills).
Never will I allow my wife to pack my bag again. She only did it as I was working until about 2 hours before we going to airport.
Anyway thanks for the help and I will probably get a card as a back up. Managed to get a couple of more dives out of the wife on the strength of missing out on diving in Bali (where I had been before).