Learning To Dive

Our Promise to you

The combination of exceptional leadership, sound educational materials, and true concern for the individual, has resulted in the most respected safety record in the recreational diving community. So, when you enroll in a NAUI diving program, you rest assured you’re receiving the finest diving education available. Our instructors won’t accept anything less… and neither should you.

Training Progression

Entry Classes

NAUI Try Scuba is a short class and pool session that lets you try SCUBA gear and build confidence before taking a full class.

Junior Scuba diving is a supervised diving certification for ages 10-14 allowing kids to dive with a parent or legal guardian.

Openwater SCUBA graduates are considered competent to engage in open water diving activities without supervision, provided the diving activities and the areas dived approximate those of your training. Age 15+

Enriched air nitrox (EANx) allows you use any nitrogen/oxygen gas mixture with 21-40% oxygen for longer bottom times.

The Advanced Scuba course is for certified divers who desire additional training or orientation to a variety of diving sites and conditions. Age: 15+

The Rescue course trains divers in the knowledge and skills needed to manage risks and effectively handle limited in water problems and diving emergencies. Age: 15+

The Master course is cont. ed. for divers who wish to increase their understanding, enjoyment of diving and practical application of knowledge in open water. This course is an excellent progression toward NAUI Leadership roles.

Specialty Classes

This continuing education course is to provide the certified diver with the skills and knowledge to enjoy underwater Digital Imagery while minimizing the risks of such activities.

This course is to provide the diver with the skills and knowledge necessary to spearfish, take game and collect specimens while minimizing the diving risks of such activities.

This fundamental course prepares you to provide proper care for life-threatening illnesses or injuries until professional emergency medical care is available. The life-support skills taught in this course include one- and two-rescuer CPR for adults, children and infants.

The DAN Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Diving Injuries course teaches you how to administer life-saving oxygen first aid to divers who may be suffering from decompression illness (DCI).

The PSD course is designed specifically to provide public safety divers with training, knowledge, and skills necessary to assist them during underwater search, rescue, and recovery activities. Must be an active first responder.

This course provides training in the use of dry suits to become familiar and comfortable with their thermal
protection options, controls and buoyancy characteristics

The purpose of this course is to train divers with the necessary procedures, knowledge and skills to safely
dive with a full-face mask (FFM).

Leadership Classes

NAUI Divemasters Assist with SCUBA instruction and lead certified divers. Enroll and join our Diving Team!

NAUI Course Directors are instructors who can evaluate training and counsel NAUI Instructor Trainers and Instructor candidates.

NAUI Instructors teach SCUBA courses and lead certified divers. Enroll and join our Diving Team!

NAUI Instructor Trainers assist in teaching SCUBA instructor courses. Enroll and join our Diving Team!