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Who this course is for: Any certified open water scuba diver who wishes to expand their diver knowledge and skill set Any certified open water scuba diver who would like to advance in dive training Any certified open water scuba diver who would like to experience an introduction to SDI specialties

Cost: $ 537.00
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
The SDI Dry Suit Diver Course will open up a whole new world of diving to you. Many of the diving environments around the world are better experienced in a dry suit. Why? These areas have an abundance of marine life waiting to be seen and photographed ? they just happen to be a little colder! Dry suits are also used in tropical water during the cooler months. This course allows the student to develop the knowledge and skills to properly use a dry suit. It will discuss the types of dry suits, accessories, maintenance and how to make basic repairs.

Cost: $ 440.00
Wreck diving can be one of the most exciting aspects of sport diving, however every effort must be made to maximize safe diving techniques. The SDI Wreck Diver Course will discuss the equipment and techniques commonly employed while wreck diving.

Cost: $ 199.00
What you can expect to learn: The SDI Night/Limited Visibility Course takes an in-depth look at all of the following and more: Why dive at night? Different aquatic life Experience in limited visibility Special equipment Diving lights Importance of light and back up Comparison of different styles Personal dive beacon Buddy system Buddy contact Communications Navigation Bottom contour Compass Boat Beach/Lake Marker light/strobe Disorientation With buddy Lost buddy Light failure Buoyancy considerations Emergency procedures Disabled diver Lost diver Diving maladies Underwater environment Nocturnal life

Cost: $ 199.00
Learn rescue techniques, stress, injury and accident management. The rescue certification course is designed to develop the knowledge and necessary skills for an individual to effectively perform diver rescues and assists, and administer necessary first aid.

Cost: $ 399.00
The SDI Divemaster Course is the first professional level certification. During the course you will learn how to work with divers, lead certified divers, and act as a dive guide showing divers underwater dive sites and the marine life that inhabits those dives sites. You will increase your knowledge about physics and physiology as well as increase your proficiency with your scuba and snorkeling skills.

Cost: $ 399.95
The SDI Open Water Scuba Diver Instructor (OWSDI) course is designed to teach current Divemasters or Assistant Instructors certified with a recognized dive training organization the knowledge to effectively function as an open water scuba diver instructor. This program is divided into two sections, an instructor development course (IDC) and an instructor evaluation course (IEC).

Cost: $ 895.95

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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