Why should you take this course?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to dive at night? Do you want to be able to do night dives? Then you should enrol on a CMAS Night Diver Course.
What will you learn?
During the night diver training programme you will learn about lights that are used for night diving, care and maintenance of underwater lights and how to plan for a night dive.
During the practical session you will be required to carry out two night dives where you will learn about:
- Descending and Ascending during a night dive
- How to establish communication during a night dive
- How to make hand signals
How do you get started?
To begin your journey as a CMAS Night Diver you must be at least 15 years old and be a certified CMAS Two Star Diver (or equivalent). You must have a medical certificate that declares you medically fit to scuba dive by a certified physician that is not older than two years (or one year if you are older than 35).
There are many CMAS Instructors throughout the whole of South Africa who would be thrilled to have you as a participant on a Night Training Programme. Please click here if you want to come into contact with a CMAS Instructor in your area.
You can also contact the CMAS –ISA office for more information on the CMAS Night Diver Training Programme or a CMAS Instructor in your area by clicking here.
What are the Next Steps:
As a certified CMAS Night Diver you will have sufficient knowledge, skill and experience to plan, prepare and perform night dives safely.
Further diving and developmental opportunities
Upon completion of your CMAS Night Diver Training Programme you can enrol in any one of the following CMAS training Programmes: