The Scuba Rangers programme is divided into 5 sessions:
Session 1: Learn how to snorkel with a mask, a snorkel and fins. How to help other children is also emphasized. And most importantly, so is having fun!
Session 2: Rangers then go into the pool with equipment for the first time.
Session 3: Rangers learn new diving exercises in the pool
Session 4: Children play games underwater while wearing diving equipment to increase their comfort and practice the diving techniques they’ve learned so far.
Session 5: Your proud children are able to “teach” diving to parents, siblings, and friends by doing demonstrations of the skills they’ve learned.
- Participants must be at least 10 years old
- Parents to complete and sign the medical statement, statement of understanding and liability waiver & release before the child participates in any in-water training.
- Provide own mask, snorkel and fins
Aim of the Scuba Rangers Programme:
- Make kids comfortable and confident at diving in a pool
- Keep youngsters diving, learning and having fun until they are ready to enroll in the Junior Open Water course.
- To develop fundamental scuba skills and knowledge while preparing kids for further adventure.
- For kids to develop a long-term affinity with the sport of scuba diving by the time they are 12 years old and to continue to pursue it in their later years.
- The best part of the Rangers programme is that it reinforces safe diving skills while the kids are having fun.
- It is a fun pool-only experience.