ISO-Certification: Independent Diveraccording to ISO 24801-2:2007 and EN 14153-2:2003
The diving certificate corresponds to the Bronze Badge of the VDST.
To participate, a minimum age of 14 years is required. For minors, a parents’ declaration of consent is necessary. Also a valid Medical Certificate of Diving Fitness must be presented. It cannot be older than 2 years, for participants over 40 this cannot be older than 1 year.
During the training course, necessary theoretical and practical contents are conveyed with the goal to be able to carry out dives independently and safely in a group.
Theoretical Part (6 Lessons)
The theoretical part covers all the important physical and physiological basics for recreational diving. In addition, the students are familiarised with the rules that must be complied with during a dive.
Dive 5 (optional) with a duration of at least 15 minutes
Dive under complicated conditions
For example deep diving (15 – 25 metres), night diving, current diving
After completion of the course, the graduates receive their diving licence. They are now able to participate in guided dives worldwide.
The CMAS* training course is the requirement for an advanced course. At CMAS, this would be the CMAS Diver** (2 Stars). With the mentioned ISO-Certification, it is also possible though, to continue the training with another diving organisation.
The CMAS Training-System.
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