Keeping your dive skills sharp is very important.
If you can’t make it out into Open Water for several months, or if you prefer warm waters and have a gap between holidays, have a pool dive to keep it all fresh!
We use Mote Park Leisure Centre every Tuesday and Thursday evening as well as alternate weekend afternoons throughout the year for any club member to have a splash.
Pool spaces are limited so you must email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01622 212 022 to book your place in advance.
Now becoming infamous amongst the initiated,and now are an integrated part of our Peak Buoyancy Specialty. We run them monthly on weekend afternoons from 4-7pm, helping divers perfect trim & streamlining and balance underwater to reduce effort and improve air consumption for a longer more relaxed and enjoyable dive.
Instructors have you playing a variety of buoyancy games to fine tune your skills – it’s easy and great fun.
Available on Tuesdays and Thursdays for anyone wanting a formal refresher of basic diving skills. It’s an hour well spent performing all the skills from the Open Water course. When was the last time you practised using an alternate air source or did a CESA ?
These are held monthly in conjunction with the pool sessions of the full Rescue Course and include 3 hours of revision on a Sunday afternoon to polish up your emergency diving skills.
These need to be reviewed every 2 years minimum to keep your Rescue Qualification current – you know you should!
- When did you pass your Rescue Diver?
- Have you practised in the last 12 months?
- If not, are you really prepared to rescue?