Need a review on your diving before heading to the blue waters? This class helps you refresh your scuba skills and can be arranged through the Outdoor Program office.
Many dive operations require an advanced to do some of their dives. Deep diving, deeper than 60ft, night dives, wreck dives are some that often times require an advanced certification. The purpose of this course is to prepare the certified diver to be able to do these dives.
Pre-requisite: Basic openwater certification from any nationally recognized certification agency
The academic portion of this course stresses physics and physiology with relation to diving, navigation and rescue techniques. Diving organization, safety aspects and emergency procedures are also part of the curriculum.
Pre-requisite: Advanced Openwater Certification from any recognized certifying agency.
The academic portion of this course consists of rescue techniques, accident prevention, dive control and organization. Basic medical treatment and first aid for diving accidents are also covered.
Pre-requisite: Master Diver Certification
The Divemaster program is the first step in Scuba Diving Leadership training. By being involved with scuba training from the Basic Course level through Diver Rescue Training, the divemaster student receives a well-rounded exposure to Divemaster Training. The course lasts one year and requires assistance in pool classes and open water training dives.
Prerequisite: Rescue Diver certification
This is the final step in scuba diving leadership training. It results in certification as an open water scuba instructor through National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI). The program involves teaching theory and training, pool and open water teaching skills, equipment maintenance, and class organization along with safety techniques.
Prerequisite: Divemaster certification.