SCUBA Divemaster (Fall 2020)

SCUBA Divemaster (Fall 2020)

PADI Divemaster

August 17 to November 22, 2020


COURSE FEE

  • $625.00 NSU Students, Faculty, Staff & Alumni
  • $775.00 General Public (must be affiliated with NSU)

COURSE SCHEDULE

August 17 to November 22, 2020

Classroom Sessions:

  • Mondays 4:00pm-5:30pm

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Divemaster candidates will learn the knowledge and skills necessary to transition from a recreational diver to a dive professional. Instructor-level academic knowledge will be developed in diving physics, physiology, decompression, equipment, and environment. Pool training includes perfecting skills to a level of “demonstration quality” for open water skills, rescue, navigation, and problem solving. Watermanship and stamina are evaluated as well.

INCLUDED IN THE COURSE

  • PADI Divemaster Crew Pack
  • 13 Classroom Sessions & 13 Pool Sessions
  • Open Water Dives (ocean boat dives and lake dives)
  • Tanks and air fills)

STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE

  • Mask, snorkel and fins
  • All scuba equipment throughout the course: Regulator, Buoyancy Compensator, Weights/Belt, Dive Bag
  • Compass
  • PADI Recreational Dive Planner (dive tables)
  • Timing Device (submersible watch OR dive computer)
  • Log Book
  • Surface Marker Buoy
  • Whistle
  • Wreck Reel (100' minimum)
  • Underwater Slate & Pencil
  • Dive Lights (primary & secondary)
  • Dive Knife or Cutting Tool
  • DAN Pocket Mask
  • PADI Divemaster Membership Application Fee to PADI

PREREQUISITES

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

  • Certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent certification from another certification organization.
  • Certified as EFR Primary and Secondary care (First Aid/CPR) or equivalent certification from another certification organization.
  • Certified as a PADI Rescue Diver or equivalent certification from another certification organization.
  • Candidates must complete the PADI Medical History Questionnaire. The candidate MUST have the form signed by a physician giving his or her approval for the candidate to participate in Divemaster diving.
  • Have Dive Accident Insurance with Divers Alert Network at the Master level or higher.
  • Candidates must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Candidates must have at least 40 logged scuba dives.

CANCELATION/REFUND POLICY

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 Session #1 = Full Scuba Fee minus $25
  • ii. Prior to Class Session #2 = Full Scuba Fee minus $50
  • iii. Prior to Class 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.

INFORMATION

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

Stock number:

DM_FALL_2020

Price:

$775.00