Try Dive for just £10 with Duchy Divers Truro High School for Girls this month (From This is The West Country)
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Try Dive for just £10 with Duchy Divers Truro High School for Girls this month
2:51pm Monday 15th September 2008 in Walks
HAVE you ever thought about learning to dive but were unsure how or where to get started? Now is your chance to take that first step by signing up for BSAC’s Try Dive, this September.
Sponsored by Dive Philippines, Try Dive is the British Sub-Aqua Club’s (BSAC) annual event welcoming non-divers to the sport.
For just £10, participants can discover the benefits of diving with BSAC, on an introductory Try Dive. Sessions will be taking place at Truro High School for Girls, on Monday September 22 and 29 at 8pm. For information and to register for this exciting event simply call Simon Burt on 07976 222583.
A BSAC Try Dive is the perfect introduction to scuba diving. So if you have always wanted to learn, would like to test out the water before you go on holiday or are just curious, then Try Dive with Duchy Divers is for you.
Almost anyone, from the age of 12 can learn to dive with BSAC. And to help them get started, participants of Try Dive will be offered a lesson with a qualified BSAC instructor, including poolside tuition on diving skills and equipment, followed by scuba diving in the pool.
And if the diving bug bites, participants can go on to take the BSAC Ocean Diver course which includes five open water dives, either at a BSAC Centre over two weekends or at a BSAC Branch (who generally meet in the evenings and dive at weekends). The BSAC Ocean Diver qualification is the stepping stone to a lifelong diving adventure, with the waters of the UK – and around the world – just waiting to be explored.
For information and to register for a Try Dive with BSAC event in your local area, simply call Simon Burt on 07976 222583 or check out the website at www.bsac.com where you can register online.
People with medical conditions are advised to consult BSAC HQ on 0151 350 6200.