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This on-line course is the first step to becoming a certified SCUBA diver and experiencing the amazing underwater world. You can start your training now, just pick any available date it does not matter. You will need to do pool sessions at a later time at an additional expense, ( $195 ). However, the online course does not need to be complete before signing up for the pool sessions. To complete the certification, you will do four open water dives. These 4 dives can be done locally in a hot spring or high mountain lake. You may choose to do them in a tropical destination on one of our trips or on your on own. The additional cost for the four Open Water dives is $299 when completed with Beaver Divers.

Cost: $ 129.95
The second step in the Open Water Diver certification is the two days of confined water training which is done in the swimming pool.. The pool training must be completed before step three-- your four open water dives.

Cost: $ 195.00
The final step to becoming a certified Open Water Scuba Diver requires four dives in an open water setting. Dives are conducted over two days at the The Crater in Midway, Utah. This is a 90 degree, 65 foot deep hot spring, with visibility ranging from 40-60 feet!

Cost: $ 299.00
The SDI Inactive Diver/Refresher Program is designed to update and review the knowledge and skill level of an inactive diver. This course is recommended for divers that have not been diving in over a year or for divers that are about to go on a dive trip. Cost does not include SCUBA gear or any gear rental except tanks and weights.

Cost: $ 69.00
The SDI Inactive Diver/Refresher Program is designed to update and review the knowledge and skill level of an inactive diver. SDI encourages the use of this program for instructors, assistant instructors, and resorts or dive facilities that have questions regarding the diving history of an individual. This program can also be used as a catalyst for continuing education programs. One in-water training dive is required at a cost of Refresher - pool $69 or Utah open water $129 not including any gear except tanks and weights.

Cost: $ 30.00
What you can expect to learn: Physiology of using different breathing gas mixtures and equipment considerations for using nitrox How to safely use nitrox mixtures up to 40 percent with a dive computer Advantages and disadvantages of utilizing nitrox mixtures, how to analyze a nitrox mixture What's in it for you? The benefits of using Nitrox including: Increased safety margins Reduced post dive fatigue Extended no-decompression times

Cost: $ 199.00
ADULT, CHILD & INFANT EMERGENCY CARE COURSE This course is cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, and automated external defibrillator (AED) use combined into one program. It is designed to teach the techniques to administer CPR, first aid, and utilize an AED in emergency situations involving infants, children, and adults. This comprehensive program is appropriate for workplace training or general knowledge to be better prepared day to day. The CPR and AED components cover the knowledge needed to address one of the largest causes of death in the world. Intervening with this knowledge can possibly save a life. The first aid program reviews common techniques to treat serious emergencies, as well as less serious, more common issues.

Cost: $ 80.00
O2 ADMINISTRATION COURSE This course is intended to teach emergency oxygen (O2) administration. This program covers equipment and procedures for administrating oxygen as an emergency procedure. Equipment selection and use for decompression illness emergencies are detailed with practical components to train a well rounded rescuer.

Cost: $ 69.00

Students must write the word "Yes" or "No" next to each question on the Medical History Form.  The form must be filled out and returned before courses can begin.  If "Yes" is written by any of the conditions, the Physician Sign Off form must be returned with the physician stating it is safe for you to participate in SCUBA.



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