Our teams of Volunteer Supervisors take on trainees on each mission they organize, which is a way for us to expand our ranks and finance our actions.
Whether you're already a supervisor or a diver in training, you're welcome to join us.
The cost of taking part in a course depends on your status (supervisor or diver in training) and the type of training you are interested in.
For further details and prices, please contact our team.
You can take part in a mission as a Candidate Supervisor as defined in our Manuel de l'Encadrant Volontaire (Volunteer Supervisor Manual).
The candidate's level is either PADI Divemaster (or WRSTC equivalent) or Level 2 Supervisor (CMAS* instructor), depending on the training provided during the mission.
You will be fully integrated into the mission's pedagogical project under the guidance of a mentor instructor. The primary aim of the course is for the trainee and our association to get to know each other.
At the end of this period, the applicant becomes a Volunteer Supervisor to take part in other missions.
This applies to anyone who does not have a supervisor's certificate and who would like to be trained by our association.
These courses range from beginner to specialist divers in the FSGT and PADI courses.
In particular, we can validate PADI Divemaster courses, providing a very practical approach to the supervision skills required.
All these training courses are given and organized during the week of the mission, but it can be practical for the training team to prepare and validate certain trainee skills before the mission departure. This is particularly the case for theoretical skills and the PADI Divemaster course.