Diver Training

divers-pool-trainingAll our training is conducted by members of the club who are qualified BSAC instructors and volunteer their time.

Almost all our training takes place in-house. We have weekly use of a quality heated indoor swimming pool with enough depth for basic training and testing kit. Open water training is generally via the club boat in the diving season or at inland sites like Stoney Cove or Chepstow NDAC in the winter.

The British Sub Aqua Club has continuously developed its training programme for divers since its formation in 1953. The training programme reflects the requirements for safe diving in the prevailing conditions encountered in UK waters but is equally applicable throughout the world.O2 administration course

The snippets below explain the main diving grades available through BSAC, which we teach within the club. There are also Instructor grades which we can assist you with achieving - although the teaching is not generally carried out within the club although we do tend to sponsor our members if they plan to use the qualification to teach our members.

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Rebreather Training Report Written by Brian E. 2252
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Subcategories

  • Ocean Diver

    If you've always wanted to learn how to dive, this course is for you. If you’d like to give diving a try first, find out more about our try dives

    If you’d like to give diving a try first, find out more about our try dives[P1] .


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  • Sports Diver

    BSAC Sports Diver training builds on the scuba skills you learnt in the Ocean Diver course (or entry level qualification from another agency) and helps develop your confidence, skills and experience in the water to allow you to enjoy a wider range of diving sites and conditions.

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  • Dive Leader

    As a BSAC Dive Leader you are are becoming an expert in your field of dive leadership. You will also be competent in planning dives for groups of divers and managing diving on the day including, if necessary, managing rescue situations.

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  • Advanced Diver

    As a BSAC Advanced Diver you are a highly qualified branch diver. This course is for divers who are interested in further extending their skills in planning and supervising diving groups and rescue management skills, whilst building seamanship and developing further leadership qualities.

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  • First Class Diver

    BSAC's highest diving grade requires a higher than average level of theoretical knowledge, organisational and personal diving skills. First Class Diver is a very challenging award to achieve.

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  • Try Dive

    If you fancy scuba diving, the best way to find out if it's for you is to take a try dive.

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  • General

    General details about training including details for people who have already qualified as divers with other agencies.

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