|Dr. Avramidis during the "Lifeguard Gathering of Memory - Honor of our Past and Present" (Greece, 2012).|
- Associate, Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (HCDCP).
- Director of Lifesaving Sport, Hellenic Federation of Underwater Activity (HFUASF).
- Seasonal Instructor, Applied Lifeguarding and Lifesaving Sport, School of Sport Science and Physical Education (University of Athens).
- Ph.D. in Leisure and Sport Studies (thesis: "The 4W Model of Drowning"), Leeds Metropolitan University, 2009
- Master of Science in Sports and Exercise (thesis: "Influence of Biomechanical Parameters in the Straddle entry that is used in Lifesaving and Lifeguarding"), Leeds Metropolitan University, 2001
- Bachelor of Education in Sport Science and Physical Education, Department of Sport Science and Physical Education, University of Athens (mark: 8.39/10), 1999
- Diploma of Specialty in Adapted Physical Education, Department of Sport Science and Physical Education, University of Athens (mark: 10/10), 1999.
- Master of Public Health in Chronic Diseases and Health Behaviour (thesis: Prevention, Rescue, Treatment for the Preservation of Public Health from Aquatic Accidents, mark: 86/100), National School of Public Health, Athens, 2016.
- Senior Tutor/Instructor (over 40 certifications) and certified on lifesaving, lifeguarding, fire awareness, baby swimming, water safety, spinal injury management, defibrillation, first aid, and survival (over 150 certifications) from internationally recognized organizations of 10 countries.
- Dr Stathis Avramidis currently works as Associate at the Hellenic CDCP (2009-), as a Federal Director of Sport Lifesaving in Greece (2011-). He is also offering his expertise by teaching the modules of "Applied Lifeguarding" and "Lifesaving Sport", at the School of Sport Science and Physical Education (University of Athens).
- During his carrier, he has orchestrated several events. To name a few, he was the Co-Chairman of the inaugural International Aquatic History Symposium and Film Festival [Book] (under ISHOF), the organizer of the program "Drowning: Prevention, Rescue, Treatment" that educated thousands of chidren (under HCDCP, Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, Ministry of National Defence, HFUASF), the creator of an e-learning water safety program (under ISHOF), the director of the inaugural Lifesaving Sport Seminar of the HFUASF, the creator of the project "Safe Greece" (under HFUASF, HCDCP, PCMF, ISHOF, International Awards Guiseppe Sciacca, Ministries of Education and Health). He also created the Hellenic National Water Safety Program that was supported by 11 prestigious organizations (A Chance for Children, PCMF, ISHOF, Ministry of Health). Finally, he was the author of the draft Ministerial Decision Law that aims to become national legislation for lifeguarding.
- In the past he worked as a Visiting Research Fellow/ PTE Lecturer in Aquatics (Leeds Metropolitan University 2003-2012), as Advisor of Health Education and Accident Prevention at the Ministry of Health (2015-1/2016), radio broadcaster, presenter of the TV program "Prevention and Rescue", lifeguard, instructor, lifesaving sport coach, first aider in national, European, Mediterranean, World and Olympic Games aquatic events.
- With almost 300 publications (books, chapters, magazine and journal articles, DVDs, conference presentations) he is one of the most prolific water safety authors.
- He is a Honorary Member of the International Drowning Researcher Alliance.
- For his work he was honored 18 times in 8 countries. These include the Paragon Aquatic Safety Award 2009 [video] and the ISHOF Service Award 2012 [video] for his "outstanding commitment to water safety worldwide and support of ISHOF" by the International Swimming Hall of Fame, the "Most Prolific Contributor" and "Best Young Film Director" at the International Aquatic History Symposium and Film Festival [video] and two Diploma Awards [video] by the Royal Life Saving Society Commonwealth whose Patron is Queen Elizabeth II. The documentary "STATHI" portrays his life.
- In 2015, the World Open Water Swimming Association included Dr. Avramidis among the 50 "Greatest Watermen in Open Water Swimming History".