Shark Diver Course

Started on Sep 25, 2020

Sign up for our Shark Diver Course and learn everything you need to know about sharks. We will teach you all about shark biology and ecology. You will also get to learn about the different types of sharks and how to behave when meeting with them.

Sharks have always drawn the attention of humanity. In this program you will learn to separate fact and fiction and discover the truth about these fascinating animals. You will also learn how to respond when diving or snorkeling with sharks. Your involvement with nature is also the key to this excellent program.

Divers and non-divers will find out more about sharks and to learn the correct techniques when meeting sharks.

Sharks are crucial to marine ecosystems, yet sharks are in a global decline. Learn about the value of sharks and what is causing the rapid loss of shark populations.

Shark Diver Course – Suitable for divers and non-divers

Dives are optional in this program and therefore it is a perfect “holiday-prep-specialty” before your diving vacation starts. When you get there, you will be able to apply the knowledge you have gained to future shark dives.

Course Content:

How to observe features to assist in shark identification
Key roles sharks play in the ecosystems as a whole, habitat use & threats
Safe diving practice with sharks and rays – diver behaviour, distance & danger assessment
s and what is causing the rapid loss of shark populations.

  • Biology
  • Ecology
  • Diving with Sharks
  • Different types of Sharks

The primary goal of our specialty courses is to teach you important skills in a fun environment.

All courses are taught using home study and short academic sessions, as well as in-water training. Combine other specialties while taking the Shark Diver course! What’s more, our Underwater Photo and Video and Deep Diving courses are great add-ons. The possibilities are limitless!

Contact us today to sign up for our Shark Diving Course!

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