From theory to practice.
At the practical part of the training, the skills of solving all possible emergency situations that may arise underwater, the skills of buoyancy control and the use of scuba gear are developed. Training is divided into classes in confined and open waters. In a confined water body, a scuba diver develops skills of scuba management and solving possible problems. In an open water body, he demonstrates them in real conditions.
At the very first lesson, among other skills, you will learn how to breathe under water, clean the mask from water and help a partner in need of air.
At the second lesson, you will master the basic skills of economical movement under water, buoyancy control using special equipment.
The third lesson is aimed at solving a number of problems that theoretically may arise with the equipment.
The basis of the fourth session is the rules and sequence of a controlled and safe emerging from deep water.
At the fifth lesson, you have already the possibility of self-navigation and begin to learn the skills of helping a partner in the event of problems with his equipment or in the absence of his control of air supply.
The sixth lesson is dedicated to a number of skills to solve possible problems in weightlessness.