After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, BSAC’s popular Diver Training Days are back on track, with the first six sessions now scheduled and more in the pipeline.
Created to offer additional practical support as divers progress through their training, the Diver Training Days have previously proved invaluable to many BSAC members.
Regionally organised, the days can help members working through their Discovery Diver, Ocean Diver, Advanced Ocean Diver, Sports Diver, Dive Leader, and Advanced Diver courses. They can also support members looking to gain or brush up on specific diving skills that may not be available in-branch, due to lack of instructors. Members can also use the days to catch up on any missed training session, such as rescue skills.
This means that the sessions can also benefit BSAC clubs as well as members, says BSAC Head of Diving and Training, Dom Robinson.
It is great to see our Regional Teams being so flexible by providing opportunities for members to have their bespoke training needs met. It is hoped that as many people as possible will take advantage of them!
The six scheduled Regional Training Days can now be booked at bsac.com/trainingdays. The dates and locations for upcoming Training Days are:
- 8 May, Cromhall Quarry - Ocean Diver, Sports Diver and Dive Leader training
- 28 May, Eight Acre Lake - Ocean Diver, Sports Diver and Dive Leader training
- 7 - 10 July, Farne Islands - Dive Leader and Advanced Diver expedition
- 1 - 4 September, Milford Haven - Dive Leader expedition
Members can also request a Training Day if one is not available for their area by contacting their Regional Coach.
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