SCUBA Diving Classes / Courses in
Trinidad and Tobago with DiveTnT
for visiting and seeking info on our courses and training.
At DiveTnT we take immense pride in offering and guaranteeing the safest
and most complete training that should be offered, no shortcuts, no
compromising on standards whilst seeking to have the most fun we can
have as recreational divers.
offer the many training programs including the following :
Scuba Diving (Try a Dive)
- Open Water
Diver Course (Beginner - First full Certification Level)
Open Water Diver Course
First Response (CPR / First Aid)
Courses : Deep Diver, Night Diver, Navigation Diver
Multilevel Diver, Wreck Diver, Drift Diver, Search and Recovery Diver
U/W Photography, U/W Videography
- U/W Forensics
training can be done in either Trinidad or Tobago or a combination, for
example many students do theory and pool work in Trinidad and spend a
few days diving the blue clear waters of Tobago.
certification classes can be tailored to suit your work or vacation schedule.
The theory sessions may be done in Trinidad or Tobago, with the diving
being done mainly in Tobago. Upon successful completion of all courses
a PADI Certification is awarded, this is recognized worldwide. Our classes
are limited to a maximum of six (6) persons with an average of four (4).
Private classes can also be scheduled. Drop me a line to
if you have specific scheduling requests.
of Trinidad & Tobago please call or write for a schedule for classes
in Trinidad or Tobago, classes are held in Port of Spain, San Fernando,
Chaguanas and Tobago.
Becoming a SCUBA Diver and doing SCUBA training:
Learning to dive is safe, easy and fun.
Before engaging in the sport one should complete a recognized course.
A question that we are often asked is : How does one go about safely learning
to dive ?
First, you need to choose an Instructor, most certifying agencies allow
only a fully certified Instructor, not their assistants / divemasters,
to conduct all phases of training. SCUBA instructors can teach independently
or be attached to a dive facility, most importantly the Instructor
must provide proof that they are an Instructor and are currently certified
to teach. Since most certifying agencies require Instructors to renew
their teaching status annually, the instructor should be able to show
proof of authorization to teach and certify for the current year. If there
are doubts the Instructor should be willing to give the address and the
phone number for the head office of the certifying body so that the credentials
could be checked.
For many of of us the cost of the course is an important factor. However,
THERE CAN BE NO COMPROMISE HERE FOR SAFETY. You should know
from the start what the total cost of training and certification is going
to be; like many other programs there are many components that go together
to make up a complete training package. An example of what you may expect
to find in a package price may be the following : a manual with a dive
planner (tables), a log book, the certification card / registration with
the training agency, pool or confined water sessions, open water dives
and use of all SCUBA equipment required for the course. Many instructors
/ facilities expect students to have their own set of personal gear namely
a mask, snorkel and pr. of fins. If you do not already own these items,
read a manual or ask your local dive center for advice on how to choose
a set of SCUBA quality equipment. If the course is not offered as a package,
you may want to inquire as to the cost of the separate components making
up the full certification program. For safety / emergency situations all
dive operators and Instructors should always have an emergency response
plan and medical oxygen on board the boat at all times.
We have more info available, please send mail requesting whatever info
you may require.