The Kelsey SCUBA Club of Saskatoon/Candle Lake, Sask. has been associated with the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Students Association, Saskatoon Campus for many years. We have been conducting Discover Snorkel/Scuba programs for over 45 years in Saskatchewan, under the guidelines of ACUC International (a world recognized Scuba certifying agency). The club could be your gateway to a whole new fascinating world - the underwater world. We offer Introductory nights, refresher nights and scuba courses throughout the year. Information is available daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. by calling scuba instructor Cliff Adolf (306) 270-8495.
Important information regarding Covid-19 and scuba diving guidelines.
DISCOVER SNORKEL/SCUBA SESSIONS
Contact Cliff Adolf (306) 270-8495 for information on booking a Discover Snorkel/Scuba Session.
This is a short collection of photos from Discover Scuba/Snorkel sessions in Candle Lake, Saskatchewan:
The Kelsey Scuba Club with certified ACUC Open Water instructors will conduct a one hour session. This a family event for all ages to swim and learn more about the snorkel and scuba environment. One will learn the basics of snorkel diving and have an opportunity to use SCUBA equipment under close supervision in shallow waters. This session is not designed to make you a certified snorkel or scuba diver but to give you a taste of the sport. You will receive information on where to take more lessons. See upcoming events or request your own group private session by contacting the club.
OPEN WATER SCUBA CERTIFICATION COURSES
See upcoming events or request your own group private sessions by contacting the club
The club can also offer many levels of ACUC Scuba Instructor training on request. See: ACUC Course Standards (available up to Instructor Trainer level). Contact the club for possibilities.
Open Water Certification Dive Video
Here is an underwater video done by TheCraftyHippo. This is Heritage Lake where the Scuba Club usually conducts our open water training session.
Diving is for everyone
Diving is an activity that can be enjoyed by almost everyone, including people with disabilities.
A short film "If I Can Drive, I Can Dive" directed by Slovenian. Author Peter Lombar is presenting a large group of SCI (Spinal Cord Injury) divers in a swimming pool during their practice. Divers are members of IAHD Adriatic (International Association for Handicapped Divers Adriatic) from Slovenia which is member of C.M.A.S.
Ear barotrauma is the single most common type of diving injury, and it can be difficult to explain exactly how delicate ears are to both new and experienced divers. Use this excerpt from the Prepared Diver course to help your students and divers better understand pressure effects on ears and how to avoid injury.