Are you interested in working as a Supervisor during Freediver, Intermediate, and Advanced Freediver training? Do you want to lead guided freedives for individuals and groups by shore or boat? How about lending your skills and experience as a safety freediver for world champion freedivers during competitions and record attempts? Maybe you just want to be more self-sufficient and responsible when freediving offshore and easy ambulance or paramedic support is far away. Where can you learn these skills? What’s involved in the training?
Who this course is for:
This course if for any freediver ready to take the step into sharing their passion through the professional world of freediving. The freediver supervisor program is the introductory professional level course that teaches rescue, supervision and assistance techniques to the budding professional.
- 18 years of age
- Above average swimming skills
- PFI Intermediate Freediver
- PFI Safety Freediver
- Be an active status CPR, first aid and AED provider with a program that include marine life injuries and neurological assessments
- Be certified to administer O2 for dive related injuries
What you can expect to learn:
- Supervisor roles and responsibilities
- Standard operating procedures for classes and competitions
- Student, contestant and team control techniques
- Rescue techniques