Dive RAID Specialty Diver Courses
Raid Specialty Diver
Scuba diving is quite addictive, as you begin to dive more frequently and gain additional experience, you may find yourself wanting to venture deeper than 20m or explore more challenging environments.
If you want to take your exploration of the underwater world to a whole new level, Snorkel Safari offers a comprehensive range of courses as part of the Snorkel Safaris RAID continuing education programs.
Dive RAID offers a wide range of “Diver Specialties” to choose from that will add excitement and experience to your life. The day you say I have learnt enough is the day you stop living!
These specialty courses are designed to educate and/or train certified divers in the practices, understanding, principles and/or specific applications, which include (but are not limited to) specific environmental conditions; rebreathers; overhead environments; shark and other aquatic animals; photography, equipment; oxygen cleaning etc.
To be of a minimum age as detailed in the Speciality. Documented proof of prerequisite requirements needs to be presented to the appointed Dive Centre for approval prior to any in-water training.
To start the program(s), have a minimum number of logged hour’s underwater time as Completed, and passed the relevant academic Quick Quiz and Exam. The prerequisites are detailed for each specific unit in the program:- Specialty Course Content: Online E-learning academic presentations, quizzes, exam and practical skills as detailed for each speciality. Confined and open water sessions, as detailed in the specific speciality program. Rebreathers: either as a stand alone or in addition to the skills required in the core level program(s). Student(s) will be required to complete a quick written quiz with the instructor prior to the commencement of any in-water training. In-Water Training: Confined Water – as detailed in the specific speciality program. Open Water – as detailed in the specific speciality program. RAID Specialty Certification: The minimum logged hours, as detailed, have been completed. All confined and /or open water skills have been acknowledged and accepted online (through the RAID web site) as mastered by the certifying RAID instructor and student. RAID Dive Centre has confirmed certification online through the RAID web site. RAID Specialities: Only a RAID registered renewed RAID Speciality instructor may sign off student skills.