Sunday, November 29, 2009

SCUBA DIVING by DEMRE DIVING

Demre - Antalya - Turkey

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Demre Diving / Demre - Antalya - Turkey

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Nearest airports are Antalya and Dalaman, which can be reached from Europe in about 3 hours. From Antalya, transfer to Demre takes about 2 hours (140 kilometers), from Dalaman, it takes about 3 hours (190 kilometers). We arrange your transfer with air conditioned cars or buses, from both of the airports to Demre.

Demre Diving was established in 2006 on an authentic area where the roots of ancient Anatolian civilizations meet the unique nature of Mediterranean. Demre, serving a new and alternative diving point at the service of fastly growing underwater sports sector in Turkey, is offering abundant underwater and above water resources awaiting divers’ discovery.

DIVING BOAT
Our diving boat "Yunus (Dolphin)" was designed to meet the requirements of proper diving. The diving deck is limited to use by 20 divers at a time. It is provided private safe boxes located in the customized area on the diving deck for each diver's diving equipment to be stored in. A ladder exist at the stern for use by divers. A single deck allows divers to be transferred from deck to platform.

Our diving boat is equipped with an external propulsion service boat, emergency oxygen unite, first aid package and accessories, GPS, echo sounder, communication equipment and refrigerator. Upper deck has four-sit sunny area and a shadowed area to accommodate fourteen persons. Below deck has five-sit cushion area for resting and sun bath.

Construction Date : 1997
Length : 12 meters
Width : 4,20 meters
Capacity : 26 persons
Engine : 135 HP Ford
Clean Water : 500 liters
Sewage : 250 liters
Wc : Manuel pumped, marine type toilet
Showers : 2 on the diving deck

DEMRE HOTEL
Hotel Demre is the only hotel located on the unique coast line of 14 km length. The hotel, located only 10 meters away from the Mediterranean beach, has 26 rooms, all with sea view. Each room is accommodated with a terrace, a shower, restroom, air-conditioning minibar, phone and tv. Additionally, there is a sofa, private parking place, swimming pool, pool-bar and a garden terrace for common use.

DIVE SPOTS

ANTRUM
Depth : 12 - 40 meters, Visibility : 15 - 25 meters, Current : Low - Strong, Bottom Type : Rock, Coral, Speciality : Drop-off, Cave
This dive spot, located approximately 45 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred for deep dives. A big cave, between 27 - 42 meters depth, 50 meters length gave it's name to this dive spot. This spot has interesting rock formations, soft and hard corals in small size, different kind of crabs, nudibranches and any kind of fishes of Mediterranean. It's possible to see big group of fishes when you swim with current.

BLUE CAVE
Depth : 0 - 30 meters, Visibility : 15 - 30 meters, Current : None - Low, Bottom Type : Rock, Sand, Speciality : Reef, Cave
Blue Cave is a quite big cave with many rooms and passages. It is also possible to have fresh air in one of the rooms inside the Cave. A big cave, between 15 - 6 meters depth and around 50 meters length with two parts gave it's name to this dive spot. The deep part of the cave is fully black, has naval shrimps and soft corals. The front part is fully loaded with blue light, has any kind of small fishes of Mediterranean. Divers without experience are allowed to see a limited part of the cave, where as the experienced ones can also execute penetration dives.

LIGHTHOUSE
Depth : 6 - 40 meters, Visibility : 15 - 25 meters, Current : Low - Strong, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Silt, Plant, Speciality : Amphoras, Reef
This dive spot, located approximately 25 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred for deep, drift and night dives. This area has three different directions with different depth limits. It is possible to meet with current on two of them. The strength of the current changes as periodical. This area has many kind amphoras and anchors from various archeological periods. It also presents a very rich sea-life, such as moray eels, parrotfishes, scorpion fishes, groupers, nudibranches, rays etc.

THE WALL
Depth : 12 - 40 meters, Visibility : 20 - 30 meters, Current : Low - Strong, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Silt, Plant, Speciality : Amphoras, Wall
This dive spot located, at the south side of Kekova Island, approximately 40 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred for deep and drift dives. There is two different direction on The Wall. Dives always starts with the strength and the direction of current. The deepest point of the wall is on 35 meters, its possible to see different kind of ray when the sandy area starts. This area has many kind of broken and stable amphoras from various archeological periods. This area also presents a rich sea-life, such as barracudas, moray eels, bear crabs, scorpion fishes, groupers, nudibranches etc.

CURVE PORT
Depth : 5 - 24 meters, Visibility : 15 - 25 meters, Current : None, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Coral, Plant, Speciality : Amphoras, Reef, Coral
This dive spot located, at the south side of Kekova Island, approximately 40 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred after deep dives. A riff is located on the sea bed of sand and sea weed, reaching a depth of 24 meters. The sea life is quite rich, such as groupers, barracudas, nudibranches, moray eels, conger eels and rays. This area has many kind of broken amphoras and death corals in shallow water. Also this spot is very attractive for snorkeling and skin diving.

IBERIAN COAST
Depth : 7 - 30 meters, Visibility : 10 - 20 meters, Current : None - Low, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Silt, Speciality : Reef, Wreck
A wreck (freight ship) with 72 meters length, 11 meters width which sank in February 2003 gave its name to this dive spot. The ship splitted in 3 parts when sinking and it's parts was scattered in an area of depth between 7 to 28 meters. Although being a new wreck, it has relatively a rich sea life within. The different depth levels allow both experienced and beginner level divers to taste a diving experience for a wreck ship.

THE ROCK
Depth : 10 - 40 meters, Visibility : 15 - 25 meters, Current : Low - Strong, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Plant, Speciality : Reef, Wall
This diving point, located outbound of Kekova Island, approximately 40 minutes from the jetty and has two diving routes. In the eastern part, vertical rock formations going deep at almost 40 meters, in the opposite, i.e. the western part, an area which is suitable for both deep and multilevel dives. Thanks to its rock formations in the sea bed, the area contains sea life such as Groupers, Wakers, Spiny lobsters, Moray Eels, etc. This dive spot located, at the south side of Kekova Island, approximately 40 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred after deep dives.

THE BAY
Depth : 6 - 30 meters, Visibility : 20 - 30 meters, Current : None - Low, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Plant, Speciality : Reef, Wall
This dive spot located, at the south side of Kekova Island, approximately 30 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred after deep dives. This region is known with its rock formations and variety of sea life. Two diving routes exist: first is deep, latter is shallow. Seeing big bear crabs, spiny lobsters, scorpion fishes, octopuses and moray eels is quite possible.

THE CAVE
Depth : 6 - 22 meters, Visibility : 15 - 25 meters, Current : None - Low, Bottom Type : Sand, Rock, Silt, Speciality : Cave, Wall
This dive spot located, at the south side of Kekova Island, approximately 35 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred for penetration dives. This spot has 3 different caves, rooms and passages. It is also possible to have fresh air in two of the rooms inside the caves. On the walls of the caves, it is possible to see lobsters, shrimps, crabs, nudibranches, eels and many kind of fishes.

THE REEF
Depth : 1 - 40 meters, Visibility : 20 - 30 meters, Current : Low - Strong, Bottom Type : Rock, Sand, Speciality : Reef
This dive spot, located approximately 45 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred for deep dives. Diving is allowed only under good weather conditions. A reef, between 1 - 100 meters depth, gave it's name to this dive spot. The area is suitable for experienced divers for deep diving. This area also presents rich sea life, with drifts from open seas. This spot has two different directions on North and South sides. It's possible to see different kind of sponges, soft corals, rays, eels, lobsters, nudibranches, crabs and more at both sides of the reef.

THE END
Depth : 10 - 40 meters, Visibility : 20 - 30 meters, Current : Low - Strong, Bottom Type : Rock, Coral, Silt, Sand, Speciality : Drop-off, Cave
This dive spot located, at the east of Kekova Island, approximately 70 minutes from the jetty is mostly preferred after deep and cave dives. A big cave, between 29 - 35 meters depth and around 50 meters length, gave it's name to this dive spot. A big rock separates the cave after 25 meters from the entrance. Both of the sides has thousands of shrimps and different kind of fishes. This spot has periodical strong current. Specially, it's possible to see big group of fishes with current in between August and October.

SAILING SHIP
Depth : 7 - 18 meters, Visibility : 15 - 25 meters, Current : None, Bottom Type : Rock, Sand, Plant, Speciality : Wreck
This diving point, located approximately 15 minutes from the port is mostly preferred for check dives, open water trainings and discovery dives. It is a shallow diving point where a wooden wreck lies among the seaweeds. The wreck is located between 7 to 11 meters of depth and around you will have the chance to see various fishes and other sea life of different size and species. If you look carefully, you may even see Stingrays lying on the sandy bottom.

PADI COURSES

DISCOVER SCUBA DIVING
Total of appr. 4 hours. Starts with theoretical lessons, continues with the lessons in the pool and finishes in the open sea (diving at 12 meters depth maximum). If you're looking for a convenient way to try scuba, look to a PADI Discover Scuba Diving experience to broaden your horizons. You can jump into this program near home in a pool, or on vacation near open water.

OPEN WATER DIVER
This course is the start-up course for the most famous diving organization, i.e. PADI ( Professional Association of Diving Instructors). Graduates become a certified member of the diving community.

Course Structure And Standards
Open Water Diver course consists of three incremental trainings, such as theoretical, confined water and open water. Theoretical lessons include different training modules such as fundamentals of underwater, diving techniques, diving equipment and accessories. Trainees are subject to examination after completion of each training module. Those who succeed in the final examination are given the appropriate diver’s certificate. Confined water training is conducted either in a pool or in shallow sea. Before entering into the open water training, divers are trained with 5 different dives in the confined water. Open Water dives are performed at depths between 6-18 meters. Trainees perform 4 open sea dives, gain more experience and improve their skills.

Course Prerequisites
Anyone older than 14 years without any health disorders that may handicaps diving (such as cardiac disorders, physical disorders, etc.) is legible for diving.
For participants younger than 14 years, PADI Junior Open Water Diver certificate is provided and those junior divers are allowed to dive down to 12 meters depth with their parents.

Advanced Training
PADI proposes advance training to its members at all diver levels. One you have an Open Water Diver Certificate, you may either follow the PADI Adventures in Diving program or PADI Advanced Open Water Diver program.

ADVANCED OPEN WATER
PADI’s Adventures in diving program offers two alternatives to divers. The trainees can be certified either as Adventure Diver after completion of training in 3 different diving methods, or as Advanced Open Water Diver after completion of Deep Adventure Dive, Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive and 3 different diving methods.

Course Structure And Standards
For the Advanced Open Water Diver certificate, it is compulsory to complete Deep Adventure Dive and Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive. Additionally, 3 different diving methods shall also be completed, however the trainee can decide which methods to get trained. Mentioned 3 diving methods can be selected among those listed below :
Altitude Diver, AWARE Fish Identification, Boat Diver, Drift Diver, Dry Suit Diver, Diver Propulsion Vehicle, Multilevel Diver, Night Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Search & Recovery Diver, Underwater Naturalist, Underwater Photographer, Underwater Videographer, Wreck Diver.

Course Prerequisites
The trainees should have already acquired the PADI Open Water Diver certificate and be older than 14 years old. Trainees between ages 12 and 15 may select the Junior Advanced Open Water Diver certificate program.

Advanced Training
The knowledge and experience gained during this training can be credited for follow-on PADI Speciality Diver training programs. When you have an Open Water Diver Certificate, you may either follow the PADI Rescue Diver program or PADI Divemaster program.

ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVER
PADI’s Adventures in diving program offers two alternatives to divers. The trainees can be certified either as Adventure Diver after completion of training in 3 different diving methods, or as Advanced Open Water Diver after completion of Deep Adventure Dive, Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive and 3 different diving methods.

Course Structure And Standards
For the Advanced Open Water Diver certificate, it is compulsory to complete Deep Adventure Dive and Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive. Additionally, 3 different diving methods shall also be completed, however the trainee can decide which methods to get trained. Mentioned 3 diving methods can be selected among those listed below :
Altitude Diver, AWARE Fish Identification, Boat Diver, Drift Diver, Dry Suit Diver, Diver Propulsion Vehicle, Multilevel Diver, Night Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Search & Recovery Diver, Underwater Naturalist, Underwater Photographer, Underwater Videographer, Wreck Diver.

Course Prerequisites
The trainees should have already acquired the PADI Open Water Diver certificate and be older than 14 years old. Trainees between ages 12 and 15 may select the Junior Advanced Open Water Diver certificate program.

Advanced Training
The knowledge and experience gained during this training can be credited for follow-on PADI Speciality Diver training programs.
When you have an Open Water Diver Certificate, you may either follow the PADI Rescue Diver program or PADI Divemaster program.

EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE
EFR is a first-aid program. The course includes primary and secondary aid practice and techniques. Primary aid includes trainings for Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and artificial respiration. Secondary aid includes trainings against bleeding, shock, trauma, damage on spinal cord, breaks and choke.

Course Structure And Standards
Being a performance based training program, the course duration depends on the performance of the trainees (appr. 6 hours). The training is provided by the instructor himself, utilizing aids such as videos and other demonstrations.

Course Prerequisites
Anyone, including those without diving experience can attend the course. There is no age limit and no requirement for a prior certificate.

Advanced Training
Those completed the first-aid training can follow with the PADI Rescue Diver and PADI Divemaster courses. The validity of the emergency first response certificate is 2 years.

RESCUE DIVER
PADI Rescue Diver program is both an instructive and entertaining program. This program helps trainees to gain advanced theoretical knowledge as well as advanced skills and experience for practice.

Course Structure And Standards
The course program includes instructor and video supported aids, both in water and on ground, for gaining rescue skills on a scenario based approached.
Being a performance based training, likewise all PADI programs, the course duration is approximately 25-30 hours where open water practices can be completed within minimum of 2-3 days.

Open water practices for the Rescue Diver course includes : Self-aid and diver stress, Emergency utilization of oxygen systems, Diver’s first aid, Surface and underwater rescue techniques, Management of emergency, Emergency Equipment and use, Response to diver in panic, Problems that may occur when underwater, Finding lost diver and rescue practices, Rescue of unconscious underwater and surfaced diver, Artificial respiration at surface, First aid against pressure-based accident, Accompanying the survivor and taking out of water, Scenario-based training for diving accidents.

Course Prerequisites
Attendance to PADI Rescue Diver Program requires previous certification on PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or PADI Adventure Diver) and Emergency First Response (or other valid and internationally acknowledged first-aid certificate). The trainees must be older than 14 years old.

Advanced Training
PADI Rescue certificate is a prerequisite for professional PADI training programs starting with PADI Diver Dive master program.

DIVEMASTER
Your adventure into the professional levels of recreational diving begins with the PADI Divemaster program. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, in this program you expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills to the professional level.

Course Structure And Standards
PADI Divemaster training develops your leadership abilities, qualifying you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. During the PADI Divemaster program, you learn dive leadership skills through both classroom and independent study. You complete water skills and stamina exercises, as well as training exercises that stretch your ability to organize and solve problems. You put this knowledge into action through an internship or series of practical training exercises.

The parts of PADI Divemaster Course includes : Knowledge assessment and revisions, Standard scuba skills, Seamanship and stamina, Problem solving assessment, Rescue skills assessment, General topics of knowledge development (Physics, Physiology, Decompression Theory & The Recreational Dive Planner, Equipment, Skills & Environment), Divemaster training programs, Risk management, Organization.

Once the basic training is over you will assist the instructor with diving activities to expand your knowledge on being a dive guide. You will be involved with all aspects of being a dive guide, from writing crew lists via check-in/out procedures, tank filling, to guiding small groups. At first you will be the main dive guide's shadow to learn the trade. You will then swap roles and, under the supervision of the instructor / dive guide, assume the role of the dive master of the boat. Finally you have the chance to be the second guide on the boat and be able to lead a group of divers independently.

Course Prerequisites
PADI Advanced Open Water & Rescue Diver or Equivalent. (Equivalent is proof of certification in Rescue Dive training from another training agency and proof of CPR and first aid training). Proof of 20 logged dives to begin training and a total of 60 logged dives to obtain certification. Minimum age : 18 years. Submit a medical examination - within the last 12 months - from a Physician stating fitness for diving.

Advanced Training
PADI proposes advance training to its members at all diver levels. One you have an Divemaster Certificate as a PADI Professional, you may either follow the PADI Assistant Instructor or PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor programs.

DEEP DIVER
The Deep Diver Specialty course offers you the opportunity of a lifetime - going deep to see things others can only dream about. In this course you will experience what it’s like to dive beyond 60 feet. Deep Diver Course develops you about : Planning Deep Dives, Organization, Procedures & Techniques of Deep Dives, Decompression Theory, Equipments, Risk Management.

Down there, it’s different. It takes additional training. Here’s where you get it. Must be a PADI Adventure Diver (or qualifying certification from another organization) and 15 years old, Experience diving beyond 18 meters / 60 feet, Learn deep dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and hazards, Four open water dives that range from 18 - 40 meters / 60 - 130 feet, Gain experience with diving deep under the direct, professional supervision of a PADI Instructor, Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating.

WRECK DIVER
You drift down and pass through a window into the past. As you near the bottom, a recognizable shape begins to form. First, you see a straight line, then a round window. Next, a ship materializes in front of you. As you look at the wreck, past and the present meet. Whether sunk intentionally or tragically, whether a sunken ship, a plane or an automobile, the call of wrecks is nearly irresistible to divers. Through the PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course, you get the skills, knowledge and procedures you need to answer the call of wreck diving.

Must be a PADI Adventure Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization) and be at least 15 years old. Number of Dives: Four dives over two days. Materials You'll Need: Wreck-Pak, which includes the PADI Wreck Diver Manual and Wreck Diving video. Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating. The underwater world needs heroes. Be one. Learn how to conserve the aquatic environment. Explore the past in the present with the PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course.

ENRICHED AIR (NITROX) DIVER
Welcome to one of PADI’s most popular specialties - the PADI Enriched Air Diver course. Diving with enriched air nitrox lets you safely extend your no stop time beyond the no decompression limits for air. Diving with enriched air means more time underwater - but you need to be certified as an Enriched Air Diver to get enriched air fills.

Whether you're into underwater photography or wreck diving, on vacation in some tropical paradise or just out for a leisurely day of diving at your local dive site, the PADI Enriched Air Diver course helps you get more out of diving by giving you more time underwater. Must be a PADI Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another organization). Learn to analyze cylinder contents. Plan enriched air dives using tables and dive computers. Safely increase your no stop time. Certification counts toward the Master Scuba Diver rating.

UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER
Freeze time with an underwater camera and you tell a story that even non divers can understand. Not only that, but you have a record and log of your adventures - more than the memories. Reliving a dive is as simple as looking at a photograph. Whether you're a casual holiday snapper or a consummate photo pro, the PADI Underwater Photographer course teaches you the basics as they apply to taking photos underwater, with a special emphasis on practical techniques. Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating. Freeze time and share it with the PADI Underwater Photographer Specialty course.

Number of Dives : Two
Prerequisites : PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization) and be 10 years old.
Materials : You'll Need Photo-Pak, which includes the PADI Underwater Photographer Manual and Underwater Photography video.

UNDERWATER VIDEOGRAPHER
Other than taking someone diving, there’s only one way to show someone the sounds, motion and dynamics of the underwater world. It’s underwater videography - motion imaging that allows you to share and document your underwater adventures. The PADI Underwater Videographer Specialty course shows you how to create videos that are interesting, entertaining and worth watching again and again. The PADI Underwater Videographer Specialty course introduces you to underwater video equipment and videography fundamentals, such as exposure, focus, shot types, moves, story line and shot sequencing. It takes you through the post-dive editing process where you take your raw footage and create an underwater masterpiece.

By the time you complete the course, you'll have gone through the entire basic video production process. Must be a PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization).
Number of Dives : Three
Equipment overview, selection and maintenance, Story planning and organization, Shot sequencing, Basic editing, Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating.

TSSF - CMAS COURSES

1 STAR DIVER
This course is the start-up course i.e. CMAS ( Confederation Mondiale des Activites Subaquatiques). Graduates become a certified member of the diving community.

Course Structure and Standards
1 Star Diver course consists of three incremental trainings, such as theoretical lessons, pool sessions and open water dives. Theoretical lessons include different training modules such as fundamentals of underwater, diving techniques, diving equipment and accessories. Trainees are subject to examination after completion of the course. Those who succeed in the final examination are given the appropriate diver’s certificate. Pool sessions are conducted either in a pool or in shallow water. Before entering into the Open Water Trainings, divers are trained with different dives in the pool. Open Water Dives are performed at depths between 3-18 meters. Trainees perform 4 open water dives, gain more experience and improve their skills.

Course Prerequisites
Anyone older than 14 years without any health disorders that may handicaps diving (such as cardiac disorders, physical disorders, etc.) is legible for diving.

2 STAR DIVER
A diver who has gained some open water diving experience and is considered ready to take a part in dives partnered by a diver of at least the same or a higher grade. 2 Star Diver course consists of two incremental trainings, such as theoretical lessons and open water dives.

Course Structure and Standards
For the 2 Star Diver certificate, it is compulsion to complete the different sessions about ; Underwater orientation, Dive leadership, Self and partner rescue techniques, Night dives, Use the decompression tables with deco limits, Diving accidents, First aid and safety procedures.

Course Prerequisites
The trainees should have already acquired the CMAS 1 Star Diver certificate (or main level from another systems), be older than 14 years old, minimum logged 20 dives in open water. 2 Star divers are capable of organizing and performing dives with small groups of divers in open water conditions.

3 STAR DIVER
This course is the start-up course to be a Dive Professional. Your adventure into the professional levels of diving begins with the CMAS 3 Star program. In this program you improve your diving knowledge and your skills to the professional level.

Course Structure and Standards
The course consists of three phases : 1. Personal watermanship and scuba skills development, 2. Knowledge Development: expand your knowledge of diving theory and practice, 3. Practical application: assists Instructors and other 3 Star Divers in teaching dive classes and in supervising groups of divers.

The goals of CMAS 3 Star Diver training are to : Organize, conduct and supervise recreational diving activities, Effectively act as an instructional assistant,
Develop the theoretical diving knowledge to instructor level.

3 Star Diver program develops you about, Using decompression tables, Skills & Environment, Rescue Skills, Diver supervision, Assisting instructors, Personal watermanship & Scuba skills, Diving equipments, Dive leadership skills, Organization and Management.

Course Prerequisites
2 Star Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization), Graduated from collage, Doctor’s report about the health is legible for diving, Minimum 65 logged dives, Minimum 18 years old, Minimum 4 months after 2 Star Diver Course.

1 STAR INSTRUCTOR DIVER
This course is the start-up course to be a Dive Professional. Your adventure into the professional levels of diving begins with the CMAS 3 Star program. In this program you improve your diving knowledge and your skills to the professional level.

Course Structure and Standards
The course consists of three phases : 1. Personal watermanship and scuba skills development, 2. Knowledge Development: expand your knowledge of diving theory and practice, 3. Practical application: assists Instructors and other 3 Star Divers in teaching dive classes and in supervising groups of divers.

The goals of CMAS 3 Star Diver training are to : Organize, conduct and supervise recreational diving activities, Effectively act as an instructional assistant, Develop the theoretical diving knowledge to instructor level.

3 Star Diver program develops you about : Using decompression tables, Skills & Environment, Rescue Skills, Diver supervision, Assisting instructors, Personal watermanship & Scuba skills, Diving equipments, Dive leadership skills, Organization and Management

Course Prerequisites
2 Star Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization), Graduated from collage, Doctor’s report about the health is legible for diving,
Minimum 65 logged dives, Minimum 18 years old, Minimum 4 months after 2 Star Diver Course.

2 STAR INSTRUCTOR DIVER
Posses the necessary theoretical knowledge and teaching skills required to give instructions in Sports Diving. 2 star Instructors are authorized to independently organize, instruct and examine candidates in 1 and 2 Star diving Courses and to assisting the training of the one and two star Instructor Courses.

Course Structures and Standards
2 Star Instructor course consists of two incremental trainings, such as theoretical lessons and open water trainings about : Knowledge Assessment exams, Practices about dive skills, Course Organization, Organization of divers, Laws and book of instructions, Exposition Techniques, 2 and 3 Star Diver Course Contents.

Course Prerequisites
1 Star Instructor certification, Graduated from collage, Doctor’s report about the health is legible for diving, Minimum 21 years old, Minimum 1 year after 1 Star Instructor Course (Must work for one year as an instructor and assists 2 or 3 star diver courses for 4 times), To possess the conditions stated in the article 9/8-9 of the regulations for scuba diving of Turkish Underwater Federation published in Official Gazette numbered 25156 and dated 02 Jul 2003.

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