SSI BASIC COURSE

Other than a diving course, Scuba Rangers may also be a long term activity once you choose to become a part of Scuba Rangers Club! Having a fun time together and learning about our environment while getting more diving experience happen during club sessions. You will be able to try underwater photography or night dives with torches in the swimming pool, go to zoos and aquariums, come to the cinema or participate in other challenging activities.

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Scuba Ranger | Amazing Dive

Other than a diving course, Scuba Rangers may also be a long term activity once you choose to become a part of Scuba Rangers Club! Having a fun time together and learning about our environment while getting more diving experience happen during club sessions. You will be able to try underwater photography or night dives with torches in the swimming pool, go to zoos and aquariums, come to the cinema or participate in other challenging activities.

With safety as the greatest importance, Scuba Ranger programs can only be conducted by well trained instructors in a pool (or under confined water conditions in a protected area) up to the depths of 4 metres or 12 feet. For depths greater than 1.50 metres or 5 feet, there is a 1:2 instructor-student ratio.

SSI instructors are only permitted to coach if they are connected with an SSI Facility. This concept, that is only one in the industry, grants straight monitoring of all active SSI Dive Professionals to maintain the highest quality education.

The Scuba Ranger instructors who teach children diving school courses had special training on how to teach diving specifically to children and have also been recognized as excellent divers by our strict SSI standards. Medical supplies are always at hand, the instructor-student ratio is always followed, and safety is utmost importance during Scuba Rangers sessions and club activities.

WHATS NEXT?

To begin your journey into a whole new, underwater world, the SSI Open Water Diver course is the way to go. All you have to do is to go through a theory class (with online learning), a pool session, and an open water dive trip to be certified as an Open Water diver!

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