The RAID Advanced 35 course truly is an ‘advanced recreational diver program’. It is an exciting, fun program designed that will increase your skills and understanding of the important core areas of diving, In addition, it will also provide you with advanced diver knowledge that will increase your understanding of dive theory to an incredibly high level.
Why Become An Advanced 35 Diver?
The answer is simple. Diving is fun, and your passion and curiosity is driving you to learn more about the things that affect every dive we do. You want knowledge, and you want to understand what’s behind the theories governing deeper recreational/sport diving.
For you, knowing more equals being more comfortable in the water, and that translates into more fun in the water. More than anything, you want to excel.
How Do I Get My Certification?
To earn your Explorer 35 certification, you need to read the manuals for each section and complete the quizzes. Once you have passed all the quizzes, you can proceed to the exam. It is important to select and contact a RAID Dive Centre and arrange for your practical in-water training. They will arrange your class and in-water sessions and help you with equipment advice or purchases.
You will be required to a complete some mandatory paperwork which consists of a dive medical questionnaire, a liability release, and a safe diving practices form. If there are any potential medical issues, you will need to complete a medical form signed by a licensed physician prior to participating in any in-water sessions. Once you have registered with RAID, choose the Advanced 35 course. You can access all the required paperwork online in “Your Profile”.
Together with your instructor you will be guided through the following:Contact
During the RAID Advanced 35 program you will participate in six dives, which will include the following:
Once certified as an Advanced 35 diver, you will be able to dive in an environment similar or better to that which you are certified in, with a buddy, to a maximum of 35 meters / 115 feet.
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