THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE:

The Technical Committee is and shall be responsible for the investigation, promotion and pursuance of all technical matters of and related to underwater activities, in particular including, but not limited to, the development and standardization of training qualification standards and associated recognition and recording systems, as laid down by C.M.A.S and underwater engineering, underwater vehicles, underwater medicine, physiology and psychology

THE MODULAR SYSTEM FOR ONE, TWO & THREE STAR CMAS DIVERS

ONE STAR CMAS DIVER * – Training programme

A diver who is competent in the safe and correct use of all appropriate open water diving equipment in a sheltered water training area is ready to gain open water diving experience in thae company of an experienced diver. Practical teaching sessions should take place in a swimming pool or confined water with swimming pool like conditions.

Theory Lessons Practical Lessons
T1:- Course aims and administration P1: – Introduction to Equipment
T2:- Introduction to equipment P2: – SCUBA Skills 1
T3:- Elementary Signals P3: – Snorkelling and Scuba Skills 2
T4:- Pressure / Volume Relationships P4: – SCUBA Skills 3
T5:- Principles and Use of SCUBA P5: – SCUBA Skills 4
T6:- Basic Physiology P6: – Rescue Skills
T7:- Buoyancy Devices P7: – SCUBA Skills Review
T8:- Diving Suits & other Equipment P8: – Skills Assessment>
T9:- Equipment Care P9: – 5 Open Water Dives
T10:- Self Rescue & Buddy rescue
T11:- Safe Diving Practises
T12:- Site Selection, Conversation

TWO STAR CMAS DIVER ** – Training Programme

The two star diver is a diver who gained some open water diving experience and is considered ready to take part in dives partnered by a diver of at least the same or higher grade. The two star diver mat dive with a One Star Diver in sheltered shallow water.

The course must be conducted by qualified instructors and supervised by an instructor of at least one star grade. The early practical teaching sessions should take place in sheltered open water, following which the diver should gain experience in a broad range of varying water conditions.

Theory Lessons Practical Lessons
T1: – Diving Related Illnesses P1: – Open water diving procedures
T2: – First Aid and Rescue Procedures P2: – Rescue Skills
T3: – Calculating air requirements P3: – SCUBA Skills – Open Water Practice
T4: – Nitrogen Absorption P4: – Underwater Navigation
T5: – Deep Diving
T6: – Decompression Tables Dives 1 – 20
T7: – Dive Planning and Organisation
T8: – Underwater Navigation

KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SKILLS ASSESSMENT
THREE STAR CMAS DIVER *** – Training Programme

The three start diver is a fully trained, experienced and responsible diver who is considered competent to lead other divers of any grade in open water.

The course must be conducted by qualified instructors and supervised by an instructor of at least two star grade. The course will require the availability of suitable open water diving sites, together with some specialised facilities.

The dive experience element of the qualification will require the diver to accumulate a broad range of experience under varying conditions and varying depths.

Theory Lessons Practical Lessons
T1: – Small Boat handling P1: – Small Boat Handling
T2: – Underwater navigation P2: – Underwater Navigation
T3: – Underwater Search and Recovery> P3: – Underwater search and Recovery
T4: – Compressor Operation P4: – Compressor Operation
T5: – Accident Management P5: – Assisting a Dive Organiser
T6: – Organising a group dive P6: – Acting as a dive Organiser
T7: – Physics / Physiology Review Further experience as dive organiser
T8: – Diving Equipment Review 50 experience dives

KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SKILLS ASSESSMENT
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FOR ONE, TWO & THREE STAR CMAS INSTRUCTOR’S MODULAR SYSTEM PLEASE CLICK ON: – COURSES IDC & IE

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