Scuba Diving Center

Prerequisites and Requirements

Age – Minimum is 18 years.

Experience – Specified for each Leadership course. Required logged dives shall be varied in environment and depth.

Rescue Certification – At a minimum, Scuba Rescue Diver certification is required except for Skin Diving Instructor, for which a lifeguarding certification is adequate.

CPR & First Aid Certification – Current certification or verified competency in CPR and First Aid is required for registration. Certification training shall include one person adult CPR, infant/child CPR, two person CPR and the use of rescue breathing barrier devices, e.g. pocket maskĀ®, face shield.

Medical Approval – Verification of good physical condition as documented by a medical examination and unconditional approval for diving by a licensed physician within the preceding 12 months.

Administrative Requirements – Submit a complete course application, provide and be responsible for dive gear suitable for open water and provide all required texts and materials.

Certification Requirements

Meet all course prerequisites.
Be currently certified or have verified competency in CPR and first aid.
Complete all portions of the course.
Meet all course administrative requirements.
Pass the applicable leadership exam with a score of 75% or better.

Membership Application and Registration

Upon completion of all certification requirements, each Leadership graduate must complete a NAUI membership application which the instructor will process in accordance with current procedures. Applicants will be registered as Leadership members in the appropriate category and status and be sent new member information.

Qualifications and Leadership Members

Leadership members of NAUI are entitled to benefits detailed in the Association Bylaws and in the NAUI standards. A NAUI Leader may renew membership annually in any one of several statuses by meeting renewal requirements.


Scin Diving Instructor Course

Many people find that diving changes their lives and even their cereers. By gaining experience and taking the progressive leadership courses in diving, you can eventually work your way toward certification as diving instructor. This is the first instructor level in NAUI. The candidates learn how to teach and certify divers. This course takes 7 days and the candidates should have 18 years, and minimum 30 logged skin dives.


Assistant Instructor

NAUI Assistant Instructor raiting is a NAUI leadership-level certification. The program is designed to introduce students to diving instruction basics. It also tests individuals in fundamental water skills needed to be capable assistance. Certification authorizes individuals to assist active-status NAUI Instructor in the conduct of dive training. NAUI Assistance Instructor certification is a highly recommended step inn the progression to NAUI Instructor.



NAUI Divemaster rating is the highest NAUI leadership-level certification with the exeption of instructor. The program is designed to train experienced and knowledgeable divers to organize and conduct enjoyable open water dives for certified divers. The course takes 8-9 days, including 10 dives in open water and 20 academic hours. The candidates should have 30 logged skin dives and Rescue Scuba Diver Certificate, Fisrt Aid/CBR Certificate.



NAUI Instructor Training Course is designed to train and quality NAUI Instructor members. During the course future instructors learn effective methods to teach skin and scuba diving in compliance with NAUI Diving Course Standarts. The course assures the NAUI membership that candidates who receive certification as NAUI Instruction have knowledge, skills, fitness and proper attitude to do so. As a NAUI Instructor you can teach and certify the following courses: Scuba Diver, Advanced Scuba Diver, Rescue Scuba Diver, Master Diver, Divemaster. The requirements for the candidates are: not less than 18 years, Divemaster Certificate, 70 dives logged, First Aid/CBR Certificate.

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