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Kids Scuba Diving Club

KIDS SCUBA CLUB

From £39

Are you looking for a unique, fun, educational & cool activity for your child to get involved in? A place where they can make friends with other scuba adventurers and open up a fascinating world of discovery. Somewhere where they can learn about our amazing aquatic planet and get involved in environmental activities.

Our monthly kids scuba club will keep them fully immersed with a great mix of games, skills, activities & education.

As the future ambassadors of the oceans; getting children involved in such a thrilling and exciting hobby can really enrich their lives. They can learn valuable life skills, discipline, organisation and responsibility whilst having fun and getting hands on understanding of diving theory & skills.

 

Scuba Divers In Swimming Pool
Prerequisites​​

  • PADI Seal Team Crew Pack 

  • The minimum age to participate in the Kids Scuba Club is 8.

  • Each child will need to complete a PADI Seal Team Statement, which includes a brief medical questionnaire. Any medical conditions highlighted on the form must be approved by a GP or diving physician prior to taking part. A parent or guardian will be required to countersign the form & this must be brought to the session with you.

Adult Supervision

A parent or guardian must be present at the poolside to accompany children during the experience.

Cost

  • £39 per session

What Is Included

  • Scuba diving equipment hire, including mask & fins.

  • Safety briefing covering Scuba equipment, hand signals, water safety and the physics and physiology of diving in a simple and easy to understand format.

  • Approximately one hour of in-water activity including underwater games and fun challenges

  • Supervision and tuition with our friendly PADI Instructors & PADI Divemasters

What You Need To Bring

  • Personal swim wear & T-shirt that may be worn in the pool

  • Completed forms signed by each child and a parent or guardian. 

  • Medical approval for those children with indicated medical issues,

 

It is very important that the required forms are correctly completed and signed and that any medical issues that are highlighted on the medical questionnaire have been approved with written evidence from a GP or diving physician. We are NOT able to allow participants to take part without these forms.

Kids Scuba Club Schedule
  • 4:30pm - Last Sunday Of Each Month
    39 British pounds
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  • How Deep Can I Go?
    That depends on your certification level, age and experience. As a certified PADI Open Water diver you will be qualified to dive to a maximum depth of 18 metres, in conditions similar to, or better than those you are trained/experienced in. As a certified PADI Advanced Open Water Diver you will be qualified to dive to a maximum depth of 30 metres, in conditions similar to, or better than those you are trained/experienced in. As a PADI Deep Diver you will be qualified to dive to a maximum depth of 40 metres, in conditions similar to, or better than those you are trained/experienced in. Depths deeper than 40 metres are considered as Technical Diving and require additional Technical Divier training and equipment. PADI offer a wide range of Technical Training programs, including the use of mixed gases and rebreathers.
  • What Are The Age Restrictions For Scuba Diving?
    The minimum age to become certified as a PADI diver is 10. The PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification is available for those aged between the ages of 10 & 14. Ten & eleven year olds must dive with a certified parent/guardian or PADI Professional to a maximum depth of 12 metres. Those aged between 12 and 14 must dive with a certified adult to a maximum depth of 18 metres. Those aged 15 and over are classed as adults, with no upper age limit. The PADI Bubblemaker & PADI Seal Team programs allow children from the age of 8 to experience Scuba Diving in the safe confines of a swimming pool.
  • Do I Have To Be A Good Swimmer?
    No, you don't have to be a strong swimmer. There is however a requirement that you are able to swim a distance of 200 metres (non-stop) and complete a 10 minute tread water/float. There is no time limit on the 200 metre swim and no particular stroke required.
  • How Long Does A Scuba Dive Last?
    The duration of a Scuba Dive can vary, depending on the environment, conditions and depth.
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