SCUBA Nitrox Diver (Fall 2020)

SCUBA Nitrox Diver (Fall 2020)

PADI Enriched Air Nitrox Diver

Multiple Dates to choose from


Classroom Course:

  • $120.00 NSU Students, Faculty, Staff & Alumni
  • $150.00 General Public (must be affiliated with NSU)

Optional Two Tank Dive Trip:

  • $100.00


October 14, 2020

Classroom Sessions:

  • 5:00pm-10:00pm

Open Water Dives (optional):

  • Two tank dive trip to be determined with instructor and students


The PADI Enriched Air Nitrox Diver Course provides recreational divers with the knowledge to safely plan and conduct EANx (nitrox) dives up to 40%. Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives divers more no decompression dive time. This allows for more bottom time, especially on repetitive scuba dives. NOTE: This course is a classroom only course, however you can add-on an optional two tank dive boat trip using nitrox for an additional $100.


  • 1 Classroom Session
  • PADI Enriched Air Nitrox Manual & Dive Computer Simulator
  • 2 Open Water Dives (optional ocean boat dives using nitrox)
  • Use of all scuba equipment throughout the course (wetsuit, tanks, regulator, buoyancy compensator, weights, dive bag, compass, and dive computer) *NOTE: it is recommended that students have their own equipment for this course, but not required.
  • Nitrox gas used throughout the course
  • PADI Enriched Air Diver certification card


  • Log Book (if diving)
  • Timing Device (submersible watch OR dive computer if you have your own equipment)(if diving)


Students must know how to swim and have good overall health:

  • Certified as a PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent certification from another certification organization.
  • Have Dive Accident Insurance with Divers Alert Network (or equivalent) at the Master level or higher. Click here to get insurance DAN Diving Accident Insurance
  • Students must complete the PADI Medical History Questionnaire. Certain conditions may require a physician’s pre-approval to dive. If a student answers “Yes” to ANY question on the PADI Medical History Questionnaire, the student MUST have the form signed by a physician giving his or her approval for the student to participate in scuba diving.
  • Participants under age 18 must have signed, parental consent. Parents must be present for ALL portions of the course - classroom, pool and open water dives.


Due to the popularity of scuba courses, instructor schedules and issued materials the following policies are in place:

  • 1. No refund of the scuba course fee will be possible for any reason after the third session of the class.
  • 2. Scuba Fee refunds prior to the third session of the class will be based on the following refund schedule:
  • i. Prior to Class or Pool Session #1 = Full Scuba Fee minus $25
  • ii. Prior to Class or Pool Session #2 = Full Scuba Fee minus $50
  • iii. Prior to Class or Pool Session #3 = Full Scuba Fee minus $100
  • 3. Refunds must be cleared with your instructor and final approval will come from the Aquatics & Scuba Department.


For more information please contact Tec Clark, Associate Director for Aquatics and Scuba Diving at (954) 262-7042 or

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