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The first step to qualify as a certified SCUBA diver able to dive without supervision to 60ft.
Course consists of classroom education and practical application in a pool environment. What will you learn?
Physical Requirements: While diving is not commonly regarded as strenuous exercise, the affects on your body are significant and your safety is our number one priority.
All students will be required to:
If you are under a physician's care for an illness or taking and medications on a daily basis (excluding birth control) a medical release must be completed by your physician prior to ANY WATER ACTIVITY.
Gear Requirements: All students MUST have their own SCUBA QUALITY mask, snorkel, fins and boots (if required by fin style).
Please note that:
We will provide you with the following during the pool portion of your course:
Course fees include required text books.
There are THREE PARTS to earning an entry level SCUBA Certification:
We encourage our students to take advantage of E-learning courses available through NAUI and PADI. Please contact us for the necessary codes.
October 2020: PADI online academics. Mandatory class sessions October 4th & 18th 2pm-3:30. Pool skill sessions meet at the Powell Crosley YMCA 10am-1:30pm on Sundays October 4th, 11th, & 18th.
December 2020: PADI online academics. Mandatory class sessions December 6th & 20th 2pm-3pm. Pool skill sessions meet at the Powell Crosley YMCA 10am-1:30pm on Sundays December 6th, 13th and 20th.
Doing your certification dives locally? Here is our summer schedule
Complete the form below and a qualified staff member will contact you directly to discuss your experience and enroll you in our available class schedule.
Experience the other two thirds
10 years of age or older, tread deep water for 10 minutes unassisted, continuously swim 200 meters or snorkel 300 meters, SCUBA quallity mask, open-heel fins, boots, and snorkel