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Advanced Adventurer

DESCRIPTION

This program allows you to experience five different open water dives from five SSI Specialty programs without requiring you to complete the entire Specialty. If you are unsure of your next step, this is the perfect way to advance your dive skills and experience, and to identify which Specialty programs interest you. You will earn the SSI Advanced Adventurer certification after completing this program.

Attention: The Advanced Adventurer certification is not counted towards the AOWD Recognition. To achieve one or more specialty certification(s) for the AOWD, you may decide to complete one or more of these specialties. Your dives from the Advanced Adventurer course will of course be counted.

FACTS

Minimum Age: 10; 12 if Deep Diving dive is included
Certification Prerequisites: Open Water Diver

Note: Max depth is 30m /98 ft if Deep Diving dive is included.
Academic Sessions: Online learning
Pool/Confined Water Sessions: Not more than 5
Open Water Dives: Not more than 5
Maximum Training Depth: Varies
Suggested Duration: 6 - 10 hours
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Scuba Diver

Scuba Diver 

The RAID Scuba Diver program was designed to accommodate those who are short on time and can't complete the full Open Water 20 course. The Scuba Diver program is derived from the RAID Open Water 20 course and provides you with basic knowledge and the full experience of scuba diving and the underwater World.

PREREQUISITES:
Swim comfortably. 
Age: SCUBA Diver - 15 years or older.


COURSE CONTENT
Online e-learning or mobile APP academic presentations, quizzes, exam.
Complete the skill requirements as specified by the specific training manual.
Before any Open Water diving the student shall effectively show proof of, or demonstrate, to a scuba instructor:
A ten-minute survival swim/float without the use of mask, fins, snorkel, or other swimming aids;
Distance swimming capability by one of the two following methods:
swim 200 m without the use of mask, fins, snorkel, or other swimming aids; 
OR
swim 300 m using mask, fins and snorkel without other swimming aids.

If conditions warrant students may wear a diving suit provided they are weighted for neutral buoyancy.


Complete course over a minimum of two days and totaling a minimum of:
1 hour logged underwater in Open Water.
2 Open Water dives


DEPTH LIMITATION
12 metres / 40 feet

Upon completion of the RAID Scuba Diver program you will receive a certification card indicating your completion of the course. This will allow you to dive to a maximum depth of 12 metres/40ft with a dive professional across many parts of the world. The Scuba Diver certification is also a recognition of learning and allows you to fast track your RAID Open Water 20 course at a later date by not having to repeat any skills that overlap with the two programs.

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Open Water 20

LEARN TO SCUBA DIVE

Official Scuba Certification Course World Wide

Take this online course to complete the classroom portion of your open water diver certification. Finish the water skills at your local dive center

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Rescue

DESCRIPTION

Stress is a major cause of diving accidents and negatively impacts rescue situations. This program teaches you the skills and knowledge required to recognize and deal with stress, prevent accidents and properly deal with emergency situations encountered by divers. You will earn the SSI Diver Stress and Rescue Specialty certification after completing this program.

FACTS

Minimum Age: 12
Certification Prerequisites: Open Water Diver
Students must have proof of current training within two (2) years of First Aid and CPR
Academic Sessions: 2
Pool/Confined Water Sessions: 2 (+1 Optional)
Open Water Dives: 3
Maximum Training Depth: 30 meters / 100 feet
Suggested Duration: 10 - 15 hours
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Dive Master

DESCRIPTION

The intent of the SSI Divemaster Crossover program is to provide an orientation to SSI philosophies and procedures to dive professionals from other recognized scuba training agencies. It provides the knowledge and skills needed to conduct SSI programs equivalent to their existing qualifications in a safe
and enjoyable manner. Upon completion you will be certified as follows: SSI Divemaster.

FACTS

Minimum Age: 18
Certification Prerequisites: Must hold an equivalent rating from a recognized agency and meet the minimum certification requirements for the program being crossed over as well as complete the Science of Diving written test.
Academic Sessions: Varies
Pool/Confined Water Sessions: Optional
Open Water Dives: Varies
Maximum Training Depth: 40 meter / 130 feet
Suggested Duration: Varies
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Raidaptive Open Water 20

RAIDaptive Open Water 20


INTRODUCTION
The RAIDaptive program was designed to bring the sport of diving to persons with disabilities by adapting the RAID Open Water 20 course to the abilities demonstrated by the diver with disabilities. The title, RAIDaptive, is a combination of RAIDand Adaptive to identify to the diving community the intent of the program.

HOW IT IS APPLIED
The RAIDAptive Course is designed to teach individuals with disabilities to become certified divers with the goal of using certified RAIDaptive Dive Buddies (Click HERE to learn more about RAIDaptive Buddy) to compensate for those skills that they cannot independently perform. The student will be certified according to the following Designations:

  • Designation 1 (D1) - The student must be able to perform all skills independently with the exception of Entries and Exits
  • Designation 2 (D2)- The student must be able to perform all skills independently with the exception of Entries, Exits, Emergency Ascents, Maintaining Positive Buoyancy at the surface by oral inflation of the BCD
  • Designation 3 (D3) - The student must be able to breathe continuously and monitor gas supply. The student will require assistance with all other aspects of diving.

To become a certified RAIDaptive Open Water diver, the students need to have basic swimming skills, be comfortable in the water, and should be in a good overall health, have a mature attitude, sound judgement and self-discipline to follow the guidelines that they will be taught for safe diving.
Medical clearance from a registered diving Doctor is also required

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Advanced Open Water

DESCRIPTION

SSI Advanced Open Water Diver is the next recognition rating on the path to becoming an SSI Master Diver, and includes four SSI Specialty program Digital Kits. After completing the four SSI Specialty programs that interest you, as well as 24 logged dives, you will automatically receive the SSI Advanced Open Water Diver recognition rating, along with your SSI Specialty program certifications.

FACTS

Minimum Age: 10
Certification Prerequisites: See individual prerequisites.
Academic Sessions: Varies
Pool/Confined Water Sessions: Varies
Open Water Dives: 24
Maximum Training Depth: Varies
Suggested Duration: Varies
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Explorer 30

EXPLORER 30

INTRODUCTION
The RAID Explorer 30 course is an exciting, fun programme designed to increase your skills andunderstanding of the important core areas of diving. This course is largely practical so you have moretime to enjoy your journey and practice the skills your Instructor will teach you. The course will take you on 5 different dives so you expand on the knowledge and skills learned during your Open Water course.
This speciality can be run for any certified diver who has the equivalent of RAID Open Water 20.
 
THE PROGRAMME EMPLOYS THE FOLLOWING
Gain the basic skills to dive in a range of different environments or dive sites.
Gain a higher level of buoyancy skills.
Understand the principles of underwater navigation.
Understand the procedures for planning on deep dives.
Experience elective dives based on your local environment/ interests.
PREREQUISITES
To be a minimum of 15 years old.
Certified RAID Open Water 20 or equivalent.
Complete the RAID registration procedures.
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Advanced 35

Advanced 35


You can purchase the manuals now without any obligation to complete the practical training!
Open Circuit SCUBA diving is the most widely taken diver certification in the world. 

PURPOSE OF THE COURSE

This highly sort after and quality course is designed to train persons with diving experience, in the safe use of SCUBA diving with no decompression, to a maximum depth of 35 metres/115 feet.

This programme is broken into Two Sections:

FIRST SECTION - THEORY

This is the theory or academic section, which any person may take and complete, followed, without obligation, the Second Section which is the practical session where you can learn with an Instructor the underwater skills necessary for this level of training and complete your certification.

When you purchase this programme on-line you are effectively purchasing the access for 6 months to the theoretical content, knowledge reviews and exam for this level of diver training, which consists of download PDF manuals with detailed information broken into 9 sections covering the following subjects:

Diving In General
Environment
Equipment
Physics
Physiology
Management
Rescue
Confined Water Training
Open Water Training

There is such a wealth of information in these comprehensive manuals and is well worth the cost alone!

RAID provides you with more information and knowledge development than any Instructor lead lectures only or short video can provide in a limited time period generally offered.

Any person can purchase this course will receive the comprehensive academic training package, without the need to complete the practical session (no obligation).

The on-line training package includes:

PDF Manuals
Quick Quiz and Exam (open book)
6 month access to manuals (can download)

SECOND SESSION - PRACTICAL TRAINING

With your RAID Instructor.

Confined water - minimum 1 hour underwater training 
Open Water - minimum 4 hours underwater and 6 Dives

NOTE: Training is divided into two sections. Academic or Theoretical, which is provided for in the course manuals / materials provided online. These may be purchased (RAID STORE) directly or provided for by your RAID Dive Centre following your appointment. The second part is your practical training which is managed by your RAID Dive Centre and conducted by the appointed RAID Instructor. For the practical training costs, you must discuss this with your appointed RAID Dive. 

 

WORLD WIDE CERTIFICATION

Upon successfully passing the practical training:

International Diver Certification
On-line logbook
Diver certification E or C-card
Unrestricted access to manuals

Remember you can purchase the manuals now without any obligation to complete the practical training!

We must point out that the practical training cost (Second Section) is not included in the online fee. This cost must be discussed between yourself and the appointed RAID dive centre / Instructor who will complete the practical training.
Remember you can purchase the manuals now without any obligation to complete the practical training!

PREREQUISITES for the Practical Training

Be aged 15 years old or over.

Have a minimum of 4 hours logged underwater in an Open Water environment

Be a RAID Open Water 20 or RAID Explorer 30 Specialty or equivalent certification from a recognised training agency.

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Master Rescue Diver

MASTER RESCUE DIVER

In order to be a good diver you first need to be able to look after yourself and then be able to help other if needed. The RAID Master Rescue Diver is a must for all experienced divers and in particular those who wish to take responsibility for the safety of other divers. It is a pre-requisite to professional level training.

The best rescue is on you will never have to make. Which is why the RAID Master Rescue course has a significant focus on risk assessment and advanced buoyancy control to minimise the chance of having to perform a rescue or be rescued.

This unique course builds confidence and ability, providing the skills and knowledge to help you better understand how to respond safely and efficiently to surface and underwater emergencies to a maximum depth of 20m/66ft.

PREREQUISITES for the Practical Training

To be a minimum of 15 years old.
Completed and passed Master Rescue academic section Quick Quiz and Exam.
Have a minimum of 12 hours logged underwater whilst using open circuit equipment.
Have a RAID Advanced 35 (Open Water) or Explorer 30 certification or equivalent certification from a recognised training agency.
Have a current rescue Breathing/CPR and oxygen provider certificate from a recognised authority.
Documented proof of prerequisite requirements needs to be presented to the appointed Dive Centre for approval prior to any in water training. 

 

Course content

The RAID Master Rescue course teaches you above all how to minimize the risk of a rescue needing to be performed, and in the event of a rescue, being able to quickly and effectively provide assistance to the diver/s in distress.

Through a combination of our cutting edge online training and interaction with your RAID Instructor, your diving knowledge will be honed to a very high level, preparing you to look after others. This will ultimately prepare you for RAID Divemaster training.


Topics and practical workshops include:

Academic Section (all online):
• Diving in General
• Environment
• Dive Equipment
• Physics
• Physiology
• Rescue
• Management
• Confined Water (academics)
• Open Water (academics)

Practical Section:
• Review of personal diving skills
• Stamina and watermanship skills
• Artificial Respiration
• Site management skills
• Development of diver rescue and emergency skills


The above is subject to the RAID General Diving Standards and change without notice.

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