We believe there is no quick, easy way to become a safe, proficient public safety diver or underwater crime scene investigator. The same is true for a professional dive team. Therefore, our program is designed to not only develop competent, professional public safety divers, but to help develop professional dive teams that can get the job done right. Over the last 18 years we have been working with various dive teams through our local community college. We have helped many of these teams develop from the ground up. We were involved with their inception and further growth and development. We also train non-divers who either do not want to or cannot, due to health concerns, become divers, to be valuable assets to their team as Surface Support Specialists. In addition to the normal responsibilities of a public safety diver, the well trained public safety diver can also serve their communities by using their skills to clean waterways of trash and debris thereby helping to protect our environment.
We train in real world environments and conditions. We will progress you from normal diving conditions to environments and conditions similar to those in which you will have to respond. That means zero, not near zero, visibility, obstacles, possible currents, entanglement situations and other hazards that the public safety diver will encounter.
So whether you have an existing team that needs or wants more training or you want to start a dive team within your department, we are here to help you achieve your goals. If you are not a member of a department, but would like to develop the comfort, competence and skills used by public safety divers, you too can enroll in our Public Safety Diver Program.
For more information, contact PRO SCUBA CENTER.
Our mission is to prevent public safety diving accidents through the development of professional level dive teams, to make our communties safer, both from a societal and environmental standpoint, and to serve our communities through the use of our knowledge and skills. We will accomplish this through the constant development and evolution of training programs for public safety divers and underwater crime scene investigators.
Amateurs train until they get it right. Professionals train until they can't get it wrong!
There are three ways to get involved with our Public Safety Diver Program: