This certification includes the following content: SCUBA diving knowledge, skills and abilities including diver rescue, accident management, advanced topics and capabilities. : Lifesaving knowledge skills and abilities including prevention, recognition, rescues and pre-EMS care.
- AQUA 216 - Lifeguard Training Teaches
the skills and knowledge necessary to become a certified lifeguard.
Includes CPR, FA, AED, 02, and PDT Training. Advanced topics include
techniques for open water and surf rescue. Optional certification fee.
Prerequisite: successful completion of intermediate swimming skills
test. 3.000 Credit hours
- AQUA 220 - Open Water Scuba
Beginning scuba composed of lecture sessions, confined water (pool),
and open water sessions. Provides a level of understanding to
participate in skin and scuba diving activities safely. Special fee
required. Prerequisite: successful completion of entry-level skills
test. 2.000 Credit hours
- AQUA 221 - Advanced SCUBA Diver
Series of open water dives and lectures on advanced diving and
lifesaving subjects. Optional certification fee. Prerequisite: AQUA 220
or basic level certification with permission of the instructor.
2.000 Credit hours
- AQUA 224 - Divemaster
Provides knowledge and practical experience needed to lead scuba
activities. Includes experience in classroom, pool, and open water
activities. Prerequisite: AQUA 221 or permission of the program
coordinator. 2.000 Credit hours
AQUA 260 - Emergency/Medical Responder
Provides knowledge and experiences in Emergency Medical Responder
skills. Instruction includes training in assessment, CPR, First Aid,
Automated External Defibrillation, Oxygen administration, and other
advanced care. This is not a state-sanctioned Emergency Medical
Responder course. 3.000 Credit hours