Started on November 21, 2023

What you will learn

  • Medical problems related to diving
  • Diver rescue procedures
  • Dive planning, Dive Tables and Gas Management
  • Advanced diving activities

Why you should take this course

The CMAS Two Star Sport Diver Training programme is an intermediate level diver training programme which aims at introducing the participant to a variety of more advanced diving activities such as deeper diving and night diving, whilst using using air as a breathing gas, to a maximum depth of thirty (30) meters in a safe manner.

How do you get started?

To gain access to the CMAS Two Star Diver Training Programme you must be at least fifteen (15) years of age, have successfully completed the CMAS One Star Diver or an equivalent entry level diver training programme and be medically fit to participate in the sport of recreational SCUBA diving.

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 Two Star Diver Training Programme by clicking here.

What are the next steps

Upon completion of the CMAS Two Star Diver Training Programme you will have sufficient knowledge, skill and experience to procure air, equipment, and other diving services and to plan, conduct, and log advanced open-water dives that do not require mandatory in-water decompression stops, without the supervision of a CMAS Instructor or CMAS Dive Leader (Divemaster), when properly equipped and accompanied by another certified diver of at least the same level, provided the diving activities undertaken, the diving conditions and the diving area are similar, equal or better to those in which training was received.

Further diving and developmental opportunities

Successful completion of the CMAS Two Star Diver Training Programme will enable you to gain access to, amongst others, the CMAS Three Star Diver Training Programme, the CMAS Rescue Diver Training Programme and the CMAS Search and Recovery Diver Training Programme.

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