Have you ever dreamed about taking exotic vacations filled with underwater adventures, coral reefs or sunken treasures? Well, now you can make this dream a reality! Take the first step by getting Open Water SCUBA certified. This course provides all scuba gear and materials including a crew pack which contains the manual, log book, dive tables or computer use guide, and student record folder. (The manual contains homework that must be completed prior to the first class.) Also included are classroom instruction and practice pool dives. Once you successfully complete this indoor training, you can achieve certification by taking an open water diving trip with the instructor. The cost for the certification dive is not part of the course and amounts to an additional $275-$300 paid directly to instructor, which will include lodging, equipment and passes to the dive site. Please note that the registration deadline for this course is a week prior to the course start date as there will be homework that must be completed before the first class. Signed waivers of liability are required and must be completed before registration is considered complete. You must be 18 years of age or older and be able to complete a 200 yard swim and a 10 minute tread in order to participate in the course. The course sessions will be held on Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Please note that you will be contacted a week prior to the course start date in regards to picking up your crew pack for the course. You will need to pick up your crew pack and complete the required paperwork at the Registration Office in Room 100 of Chappell Hall located at 211 N. Clarke St. on the Georgia College campus. If you have any questions, you can contact our registration staff at (478) 445-5277.
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Support Person: Courtney Bentley, Registration Specialist Phone: (478) 445-5277 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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