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Recreational Speciality Courses Available

Advanced Buoyancy: Improve your control and buoyancy underwater, allowing you to move effortlessly and minimize your impact on the environment.


Air Fill Station Technician: Gain knowledge and practical skills in filling scuba tanks and maintaining air quality standards for safe diving.


Altitude Diver: Explore the challenges and considerations of diving at high-altitude locations, where thinner air and different conditions can impact your dives.


AWARE Coral Reef Conservation: Deepen your understanding of coral reefs, their importance, and how to contribute to their preservation through responsible diving practices.


Boat Diving: Acquire skills specific to diving from boats, including entry and exit techniques, dive site selection, and understanding boat etiquette.


Cavern: Experience diving within the light zone of a cavern, learning safety procedures and line handling to explore overhead environments safely.


Computer Diver: Understand the operation and benefits of dive computers, enabling you to plan and track your dives more effectively.


Computer Nitrox: Dive into the world of enriched air (nitrox) diving and learn how to use dive computers to maximize your bottom time and safety.


Delayed Surface Marker Buoy: Master the use of delayed surface marker buoys (DSMBs) for effective communication and safety during ascents and in challenging conditions.


Digital Underwater Photography: Discover the art of capturing stunning underwater photographs, including composition, lighting, and editing techniques.


Diver Propulsion Vehicle: Experience the exhilaration of diving with a diver propulsion vehicle(DPV) and learn how to safely maneuver and control it underwater.


Drift Diving: Dive into the excitement of drift diving, where you'll learn to navigate currents and use them to your advantage for effortless exploration.


Dry Suit Diving: Gain proficiency in diving with a dry suit, allowing you to stay warm and comfortable in colder water conditions.


Enriched Air: Discover the benefits and considerations of diving with enriched air (nitrox),including extended bottom times and reduced surface intervals.


Equipment Specialist: Deepen your knowledge of scuba diving equipment, its maintenance, and troubleshooting to ensure safe and enjoyable dives.


Full Face Mask: Experience the advantages and procedures of diving with a full-face mask, providing enhanced communication and protection.


Heritage Awareness: Learn about the preservation and exploration of cultural and historical underwater heritage sites while understanding their significance.


Hogarthian Diver: Embrace a streamlined and minimalist approach to diving equipment, improving your efficiency and comfort in the water.


Ice Diving: Master the skills and safety protocols required for diving under ice, experiencing the unique beauty of this challenging environment.


Integrated Full Face Mask Communications: Explore the use of integrated full-face mask communication systems, facilitating clear and efficient underwater communication.


Intro To Tec Diving: Explore the principles and techniques of decompression diving, including mandatory decompression stops and the use of dive tables or computers.


Kayak Diving: Combine diving and kayaking skills to access unique dive sites and explore the underwater world from a different perspective.


Lionfish Eradication Diver: Contribute to the conservation of marine ecosystems by learning techniques to safely capture and remove invasive lionfish species.


Manatee Awareness: Gain knowledge about manatees, their habitats, behaviors, and the importance of responsible interactions with these gentle creatures.


Marine EcoSystems Awareness: Develop an understanding of marine ecosystems, their fragility, and the role divers play in their conservation. Marine Resource Management: Learn about the sustainable management of marine resources and how divers can actively contribute to their protection.


Mermaid Course: Discover the art of mermaid swimming, learning techniques and safety considerations for a unique underwater experience.


Nitrox: Familiarize yourself with enriched air (nitrox) diving, understanding its benefits, safety considerations, and proper use.


Oxygen Administration: Acquire essential skills in providing oxygen first aid to injured divers, ensuring proper care and minimizing potential complications.


Peak Performance Buoyancy: Fine-tune your buoyancy control, mastering weight distribution and body positioning to become a more precise and efficient diver.


Project Aware: Delve into environmental issues affecting our oceans and learn how to make a positive impact through conservation efforts.


Recreational Foundations: Strengthen your fundamental dive skills, reinforcing important techniques and knowledge to become a more confident and competent diver.


Research Diving: Gain insights into scientific diving methodologies, including data collection and research techniques, contributing to marine research efforts.


River Diver: Discover the unique challenges and rewards of diving in river environments, understanding currents, visibility, and safety considerations.


RNLI Sea Survival: Learn valuable sea survival skills and knowledge, including emergency procedures and effective responses in challenging conditions.


Sea Turtle Awareness: Deepen your understanding of sea turtles, their habitats, behaviors, and the importance of their conservation.


Sea Turtle Net Rescue: Acquire skills to assist in the rescue and release of sea turtles entangled in fishing nets or other debris.


Search and Recovery Diving: Learn techniques and methods for conducting search and recovery dives, including the use of specialized equipment.


Self-Reliant: Develop self-sufficiency skills for solo diving, understanding the risks and responsibilities associated with this type of diving.


Shark Awareness: Discover the importance of sharks in marine ecosystems, dispelling myths, and promoting responsible interactions with these magnificent creatures.


Shore and Beach Diving: Master the techniques and considerations specific to diving from shore and beach locations, allowing for independent exploration.


Sidemount: Experience the benefits and flexibility of diving with sidemount configuration, enhancing your comfort and equipment management.


Solo Diving: Learn the necessary skills and planning considerations for safe and responsible solo diving, allowing for independent underwater exploration.


Turtle Diver: This course is designed to educate divers about sea turtles and their habitats. Itcovers topics such as turtle identification, behavior, conservation, and responsible diving practices around these fascinating creatures.


U/W Hunter and Collecting: This course focuses on the techniques and ethics of underwater hunting and collecting. It teaches divers how to collect marine specimens safely and responsibly, such as shells or artifacts, while respecting the environment and preserving the underwater ecosystem.


Underwater Archaeology: This course delves into the exploration and preservation of underwater archaeological sites. Divers learn about the methods and principles of underwater archaeology, including surveying, documenting, and protecting submerged cultural heritage.


Underwater Naturalist: This course is designed to deepen divers' understanding of marine ecosystems and the organisms that inhabit them. Divers learn about different marine species, their ecological roles, and the delicate balance of underwater ecosystems. They also learn how to identify and appreciate the marine life they encounter during their dives.


Underwater Navigation Diving: Navigation is a crucial skill for divers, and this course aims to enhance their ability to navigate underwater. Divers learn techniques for using compasses, natural references, and other tools to maintain their orientation, find specific locations, and safely navigate back to the exit point.


Underwater Digital Photography: This course introduces divers to the art and science of capturing stunning underwater photographs. Participants learn about underwater photography equipment, techniques for composition and lighting, and how to capture the beauty of marine life and underwater landscapes.


Underwater Survey Diver: This course trains divers in conducting underwater surveys for scientific or environmental purposes. Divers learn survey methodologies, data collection techniques, and how to contribute to marine research and conservation efforts through accurate and thorough underwater surveys.


Underwater Video: Similar to underwater photography, this course focuses on capturing high-quality video footage underwater. Divers learn about video equipment, shooting techniques, storytelling, and editing to create compelling underwater video content.


Wreck Archaeology Survey: This course combines the principles of underwater archaeology with the exploration of sunken shipwrecks. Divers learn techniques for documenting wreck sites, identifying artifacts, and understanding the historical significance of the wrecks they encounter.


Wreck Detective: This course builds upon the knowledge gained in the Wreck course and introduces participants to the skills required for investigating and documenting wrecks as a detective would investigate a crime scene. Divers learn forensic techniques, mapping methods, and evidence collection to contribute to the understanding and preservation of wreck sites.


Wreck: The Wreck course focuses on the safe exploration and penetration of shipwrecks. Divers learn about wreck diving equipment, planning, and the necessary skills to navigate safely within wreck structures. This course emphasizes the importance of proper training and respect for these underwater historical sites.
 

Scuba Divers

Technical Courses

Technical diving (also referred to as tec diving or tech diving) is scuba diving that exceeds the agency-specified limits of recreational diving for non-professional purposes. Technical diving may expose the diver to hazards beyond those normally associated with recreational diving, and to greater risk of serious injury or death. The risk may be reduced by appropriate skills, knowledge and experience, and by using suitable equipment and procedures. The skills may be developed through appropriate specialised training and experience. The equipment often involves breathing gases other than air or standard nitrox mixtures, and multiple gas sources.

Entry Level Technical

Technical Skills Diver

Discover Tec

Intro to Tec

Ntech Nitrox

Tec 40

Advanced Nitrox

Tec 45

Decompression Procedures

Technical Diver

Tec 50

Extended Range​

Tec Specialty Diving

  • Cave 1 Diver

  • Scooter 1 Diver

  • Tec Sidemount Diver

  • Wreck 1 Diver

  •  Wreck 2 Diver

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