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Continuing Education Scuba Courses 

1) Advanced Diver - $710 (save $260) plus equipment rental, includes four specialties with student kits  (Deep, Night, Navigation, 1 Choice) and C-cards. Requires minimum of 24 logged dives.

2) Stress and Rescue - $200 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, pool session (s), final exam and skills demonstration and testing in open water.

3) Nitrox Diver -
$150 plus materials, C-card, - includes On-line session review; final exam, performance session and 2 Open Water Dives. 

4) Dry Suit Diver - $175 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam, pool session and two open water dives using a dry suit (not supplied).

5) Ice Diver - $250 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes classroom session (s) with exam, pool session (s) with skills demonstration and open water dives.

6) Night Diver/Limited Visibility - $150 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and two open water night dives.

7) Underwater Navigation - $150 plus materials and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and two open water dives.

8) Deep Diver - $150 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and three open water dives.
9) Boat Diver - $150 plus materials,
C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and two open water dives.

10) Wreck Diver (SSI) - $200 plus materials,
C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and two open water dives.

11)
Marine Awareness - $125 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and two open water dives.

12) Underwater Photograph
y - $195 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes On-line session review, final exam and two open water dives. Evaluation of photos.

13)
Reef Fish ID - $99 plus materials, C-card, - includes classroom session with exam. Goal is to learn several new fish and how to ID for book reference after the dive (purchase of Paul Humann Reef Fish ID book required).

14) SOLO Diver - $250 - includes instruction, books/materials,  2+ open water dives,
and C-card.

15) Intro to Tech Diving - Click for Details

16) Technical Diving - Click for Details!

17) Closed Circuit Rebreather Diver - $ Call for Details.


18)
Search and Recovery Diver (SSI) - $275 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental - includes classroom with exam, pool sessions and required open water dives practicing and demonstrating skills.
Whether it’s the gold of a sunken ship, a lost ring or simply your buddy’s dive light accidently lost, there are times in which the appropriate training to search for lost objects underwater would be beneficial.SSI offers a structured program for Search and Recovery where you will learn to perform different search patterns with the help of ropes and compasses, and to plan search and recovery operations in a team. You will also learn the correct handling of one or more lifting bags in order to bring heavy objects securely to the surface.

19) Emergency Response Diver International (ERDI) - General Information about ERDI Training----          Why do Department Dive Teams need Public Safety Training?
      19A) ERD I - $250 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental:  This entry level emergency response diving course is designed to give the public safety diver the fundamental skills needed to safely function as part of a public safety dive team and is OSHA and NFPA compliant. Topics such as problem solving, tender skills, search patterns and evidence handling are covered just to name a few. Dive skills include executing search patterns, victim recovery, emergency procedures and decontamination procedures among others. ERD I also serves as a prerequisite to ERD Ops Components courses.

     19B) ERD II - $275 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rental:  This ERDI course enables the public safety diver to develop detailed knowledge and advanced skills in emergency response diving. Among the topics covered are manner of death, physiological changes a submerged body undergoes, mechanics of drowning, handling of remains environmental issues, encapsulation, full face mask and drysuit use. As part of the certification requirements during the six dives, students will also master drysuit and full face mask skills.

      19C) ERD Tender $175 plus materials, C-card, and/or equipment rentalThe ERD Tender course trains team personnel to properly line tend and participate within the public safety dive team in a non-diving roll. ERD Tender is also part of the ERD I course curriculum so that an entire team can participate and train to their individual needs. Crime scene recognition, search patterns and decontamination procedures are some of the topics covered. In addition, ERD Tender students learn and master tending skills in both confined water and open water settings.

      19D) ERD Supervisor Call for Pricing:  The training you will receive in the ERD Supervisor course will prepare you to supervise ERD team operations as well as assist ERD Instructors with training. NFPA standards, supervising divers in varying conditions and interagency operations are some of the topics covered. Like all ERDI courses, ERD Supervisor is OSHA and NFPA compliant. In addition, the ERD Supervisor course serves as a base to develop leadership qualities and future ERD Instructors. During the open water training segment of the course, some of the skills ERD candidates will demonstrate mastery of are search patterns, proper evidence handling techniques, incident command and supervision of the scene from initial arrival through final debriefing.

20) SSI Dive Guide - $200 plus materials, C-card, insurance for Professional status, and/or equipment rental. This program is using practical application and background information. The goal is to create well-prepared, versatile and marketable Dive Professionals. SSI Dive Guides can lead and guide certified divers. Additionally, after passing the Snorkeling Instructor program, a Dive Guide can teach and issue Snorkeling certifications. Much as the SSI Open Water Diver course opened the door to diving, the SSI Dive Guide or Dive Master program will open the door to leadership, which allows you to enjoy diving on an entirely different level.

      20A) Science of Diving - $200 plus materials, C-card, includes On-line session review and final exam. Science of Diving addresses all the areas of diving knowledge in a detailed and comprehensive manner: Physics, Physiology, Decompression Theory, Aquatic Environment, and Diving Equipment. If you are simply interested in diving or plan to become a Dive Professional - the Science of Diving program is what you need!

     20B) Dive Master - $200 plus materials, C-card, includes On-line session review and final exam. Dive Guide plus the Science of Diving program equals Dive Master. Dive Masters can assist SSI Instructors with pool/confined water and open water training under the direct supervision of an SSI Instructor. This brings valued experience for all future diving carriers! Much as the SSI Open Water Diver course opened the door to diving, the SSI Dive Guide or Dive Master program will open the door to leadership, which allows you to enjoy diving on an entirely different level.

21) Dive Control Specialist - $495 plus materials, C-card, insurance, and/or equipment rental. Divemaster + Dive Control Specialist equals Assistant Instructor. As a DCS you can teach lecture and pool classes with indirect supervision. By assisting an active SSI Instructor with open water training the DCS can collect valuable training experience which is the best possible preparation for an Instructor Training Course (ITC).
As a certified SSI Dive Control Specialist (DCS) you can: 

  • Lead and guide certified divers
  • Assist SSI Instructors in the classroom, pool and open water
  • Teach skills in the classroom and pool under indirect supervision of an SSI Instructor (except emergency skills)
  • Teach the SSI Scuba Skills Update, Snorkeling and Try Scuba (pool only) programs

22) Open Water Instructor (OWI)- $1500 plus books/materials, C-card, and insurance. This program will teach you how to develop confident and comfortable divers who will commit to the sport.

Your training includes learning:

  • How various industry stakeholders interact – manufacturers, media, agencies, retail, and travel
  • How successful dive retailers and resorts operate
  • The SSI Education System and Education Philosophy
  • Techniques for teaching home study academics, pool and open water
  • The legal aspects of teaching
  • The basics of educational selling using SSI’s Customer Loyalty Cycle

 As an Open Water Instructor (OWI) you can teach and issue certifications for:

  • Indoor Diver
  • Scuba Diver
  • Junior Open Water Diver
  • Open Water Diver
  • Advanced Adventure
  • Scuba Skills Update
  • Try Scuba
  • Try Scuba Diving
  • Diver Stress & Rescue
  • Nitrox

23) Refresher Courses - Price varies depending on need. Contact us for consultation evaluation.

24) React Right & American Red Cross: ($CALL) CPR/AED-Adult/Child & Infant CPR Plus Standard First Aid; CPR/AED Professional Rescuer; Oxygen Provider - includes classroom with exam, performance session and C-Card.

SDI: E-LEARNING COURSES AVAILABLE

TDI: E LEARNING COURSES AVAILABLE

ERDI E LEARNING COURSES AVAILABLE

Additional courses are available.  Check with the store for further details.  Pricing varies per course.  Must be a certified diver for these continuing education courses.  Equipment is required for most courses. Specialized equipment may be required; such as lines with reels and lift bags for the Search and Recovery Course.  Discounts available on equipment purchase for qualified Public Safety Divers.

Revised 04/24/15

 

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