The Scuba Rangers program is one of the world’s best-developed scuba and snorkeling programs for children. This program is designed for children aged 8 to 12.
AquaTrec will introduce your child to the underwater world teaching them many of the same skills certified divers learn while having fun.
Your children should have basic swimming skills, be comfortable in the water, and be in good health.
If you struggle to get your child interested in anything, why not try out children’s diving school through the time-tested Scuba Rangers program? Scuba Rangers becomes an activity that kids can’t wait to get back too.
Please note that SCUBA Rangers are not certified divers, and can only dive under the supervision of a Ranger Instructor.
Scuba Rangers is not just a diving course, it can also be a long term activity if they want to become part of a Scuba Rangers Club! During the club sessions they learn about our environment, get more diving experience and have a fun time together. They will try underwater photography or night diving with lights in the swimming pool.
The five-sessions start with a snorkeling session where the student learns how to use snorkeling equipment, types of kicks and technics. In the next four sessions, they learn how to assemble scuba gear, different ways enter safely into the water and basic diving skills. From there each session builds upon the previous with more scuba diving skill and increased comfort. Of course, there is plenty of time in every session to use their new skills diving during playtime. We want them to have fun!
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Includes: Scuba Rangers Workbook, Logbook, Scuba Rangers Certification Card plus Snorkeling and Scuba Diving Equipment with the cylinder.
Our Scuba Ranger instructors, Jon, Jim, Marc, Barb and Dan have a passion for working with kids in this program. Most of our staff’s children and grand children have experienced the wonders of the underwater world themselves and look forward to working with your child.
All of our Scuba Ranger Instructors who teach children diving school courses have completed a background check. During the Scuba Rangers sessions and club activities, safety always comes first; the instructor-student ratio is always respected, and sufficient medical resources are always close at hand.