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CONTACT US BEFORE SIGNING UP FOR ANY CLASSES!

CONTACT US BEFORE PURCHASING ONLINE COURSE CODE FOR UPCOMING CLASS SCHEDULE.   DO NOT PURCHASE DIRECTLY THROUGH SDI.   

The OPEN WATER DIVER COURSE will provide you with the knowledge and skills you will need to safely begin exploring the underwater world. The OPEN WATER DIVER COURSE is divided into three segments: academic portion (Online), confined water sessions, and open water training. 

OPEN WATER DIVER Just $129.99 to get started with the online course and $320.00 due when we start the pool/open water sessions. TOTAL COST: $449.99.   Please contact us today for more information and class schedule.

FEE INCLUDES
ONLINE ACCESS
RENTAL GEAR
INSTRUCTIONAL FEES
LOG BOOK
QUARRY ENTRY FEES

STUDENT WILL PROVIDE PERSONAL DIVE GEAR
DIVE MASK and SNORKEL.  MUST HAVE BEFORE CONFINED WATER (We give a student discount and a generous trade in program, ask for details)

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Once You Receive Your Access Code From Us

Start Now - eLearning

  • Visit SDI's website,  www.tdisdi.com/elearning/ Enter the provided code in the right box and your ready to start the online portion of the class.  You have 1 year to complete the course once you register.


Forms to Complete.  If you don't have access to a printer - stop by the shop to pick up copies.

Diver Medical Form - if you have any questions, please give us a call. 
Recreational scuba diving and freediving requires good physical and mental health. There are a few medical conditions which can be hazardous while diving, listed below. Those who have, or are predisposed to, any of these conditions, should be evaluated by a physician. This Diver Medical Participant Questionnaire provides a basis to determine if you should seek out that evaluation. If you have any concerns about your diving fitness not represented on this form, consult with your physician before diving. If you are feeling ill, avoid diving. If you think you may have a contagious disease, protect yourself and others by not participating in dive training and/or dive activities. References to “diving” on this form encompass both recreational scuba diving and freediving. This form is principally designed as an initial medical screen for new divers, but is also appropriate for divers taking continuing education. For your safety, and that of others who may dive with you, answer all questions honestly.


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