NAUI Scuba Diver Class
Just imagine where you will go! Begin your underwater explorations by enrolling in a NAUI Scuba Diver class. This is our entry-level certification course where you will learn the fundamental
Just imagine where you will go! Begin your underwater explorations by enrolling in a NAUI Scuba Diver class. This is our entry-level certification course where you will learn the fundamental knowledge and skills to safety dive in open water.
Earning your NAUI Scuba Diver Certification card is an accomplishment for which you will rightfully feel proud and you will be ready to begin a lifetime of underwater adventures and discovering.
During your NAUI Scuba Diver class, you will learn about modern dive equipment, diving sciences, responsible diving practices and the environment. Diving skills will be taught and practiced first in the comfort and convenience of a confined water environment and finally during your open water training dives with your NAUI Instructor.
Our Scuba Diver class consists of an eLearning component and two weekends of training at a minimum. Students will receive their eLearning code upon registering for the class and will need to complete the eLearning prior to the weekend hands on training. The first weekend consists of an eLearning review, gear fitting, and confined water training over a Saturday and Sunday. The second weekend students will travel to a local dive site to complete a total of five open water dives where they will demonstrate the diving skills they learned in the confined water training.
Class tuition covers the eLearning costs, instructor fees, confined water pool fees, scuba equipment (BC, regulator set, tanks, wetsuit, and weights). Students will be responsible for purchasing their personal scuba gear consisting of a scuba quality mask/fins/snorkel/booties set and paying the entrance fees or charter fees for their open water checkout dives. Students receive a 10% discount at the shop for gear purchases during the class.
Class Tuition: $600
may 13 (Saturday) - 14 (Sunday)