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Dive Guide

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Prerequisite: SSI Stress and Rescue or equivalent
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(includes on-line and Fees)

Prerequisite: SSI Stress and Rescue or equivalent
Please contact us for details on this course.

 

Dive Control Specialist is SSI’s initial dive leadership level and is considered by many as the “fun” leadership rating. That’s because you can do more than any other entry-level dive leader. You can do more because you receive both dive master and assistant instructor training.

 

You study advanced physics, physiology and decompression theory, and you improve your diving techniques, practice advanced rescue techniques, and learn the basics of teaching scuba. Plus, there’s a high demand for SSI Dive Control Specialists at dive centers around the world.

As a Dive Control Specialist you can:

– Work on dive boats, resorts and retail stores
– Lead diving trips, tours, and vacations (with other certified divers)
– Assist SSI Instructors with pool training and open water training dives

You can teach:

– Skills in the pool (under the direct supervision of an SSI Instructor)
– The SSI Scuba Skills Update program
– The SSI Snorkeling program
– Selected SSI specialty courses
– First Aid and CPR programs
– Scuba Rangers (after completing the Scuba Rangers Instructor training)

The prerequisites for the course are:

– 18 years of age
– 60 logged dives,
– You must own your own SCUBA equipment
– You must hold certifications in Advanced Open Water, First Aid, and Stress and Rescue
– Have a current medical exam
– Demonstrate diving experience in night, navigation, deep, and search and recovery diving.

Sign up today for our next Dive Control Specialist course and begin your adventure into the realm of dive leadership.

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