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Basic Skin and Scuba Diving
Friday, 16 Nov 2012
12:40pm – 1:55pm
Turning Stone Resort Pool
Those attending may
choose (but are not
required) to participate
in safe and
developmental Skin
and Scuba Diving
activities.
Presenter: Bart “Woody” Woodworth
United States Military Academy, West Point
Basic Skin and Scuba Diving
in Physical Education
Skin and Scuba Diving are low-impact, lifelong
fitness-building activities. The focus of this session is
to share knowledge and skills for safe diving
instruction. It is designed for physical education
teachers, recreation leaders, aquatic personnel, and
others who would like to include Skin and Scuba
Diving in their program. Those attending may choose
(but are not required) to participate in safe and
developmental Skin and Scuba Diving activities.
Basic Skin and Scuba Diving in Physical
Education
Why offer skin diving
Curriculum Development
Facilities
Qualified Instructors
Risk Management
Budget
Basic Equipment
Why offer skin diving
Develop skin diving skills for swimmers
Develop skin diving skills for scuba divers
Provide preparatory training for scuba diving
instruction
Add variety to an aquatics program
Interdisciplinary- marine environment, aquatic
life, biology, conservation of environment,
art/photography, other.
Skin diving for fun and “fitness”
Curriculum Development
Agency standards vs. develop your own
http://naui.org/
Age appropriate
• Skin diving: 8 years or older
• Scuba diving: 10 yeas or older
Appropriate to skill level
Certification/assessment – grading issues
Facilities
Pool/confined water environment
Classroom/discussion area
Possibility of open water environment?
Qualified Instructors
Certified through recognized agency:
National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI)
http://www.naui.org/
International Diving Educators Association (IDEA)
http://ideascuba.com/
Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI)
http://www.padi.com/
Scuba Schools International (SSI)
http://www.divessi.com/
Professional Diving Instructors Corporation (PDIC)
http://www.pdic-intl.com/
Risk Management
Medical History – students
Contraindications to diving
Teacher/student ratio’s
Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
Budget
Equipment
Instructors
Instructional resources, supplies
Basic Equipment
Mask
Fins
Snorkel
Booties
Buoyancy
Compensators
Weight Belts
Wet Suits
Safety – Buoyancy
devices/First Aid
Kit/(Oxygen Kit)
Basic Skin and Scuba Diving
Activities
Equipment orientation
Ear equalization
Snorkel Use
Finning Techniques
Basic Skin and Scuba Diving
Activities
Equipment orientation
 Mask
 Snorkel
 Fins
 Buoyancy Compensator
 Ear equalization
Early and often
Head cold ≠ No diving
Snorkel Use
Blast – “TOO-WEEY” Displacement
“Splash the
Breathing with nose
instructor”
exposed
Water shooting
Buddy breathing
contests
with snorkels
Breathing through
water
Finning Techniques
“Push-a-war”
Gutter kicks – splashing
Using one fin
How high in water
Greatest distance/least # strokes
Risk Assessment
(1 of 4)
Risk Identification
Slipping on wet tiles
Entries - entering
water
Squeezes/Reverse
squeezes
Decompression
sickness
Reduction Strategies
- Instruct to walk - never run
- Instruct to never wear fins on deck
- Inspect tiles
- Instruct on proper entry techniques
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct last action to look
- Instruction on Boyle's law – pressure
- Identify cadets with ear/sinus problems
- Require cadets to report health problems
- Warn cadets of potential injury
- Teach proper equalization techniques
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct gas laws - Henry/Dalton/Boyle
- Identify cadets on sky diving team
- Instruct on proper ascent rate
- Instruct NAUI tables
- Location of hyperbaric facilities
- Instruct no flying after diving - 24 hours
Risk Assessment
Risk Identification
Over-expansion
injuries
Running out of air
Viral transmission
Blown O-ring
Overweighted
(2 of 4)
Reduction Strategies
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Teach proper venting techniques
- Instruct to never hold breath
- Location of hyperbaric facilities
- Instruct proper ascent rate
- Identify health/lung problems
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct proper air monitoring
- Instruct Boyles law, air density
- Instruct air consumption at depth
- Instruct out of air options - ESA, BB, octopus
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Make drills optional
- Properly rinse equipment
- Provide verbal warnings
- Instruct O-ring inspection
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Inspect weight belts
- Conduct proper buoyancy checks
- Instruct Archimedes principle
Risk Assessment
(3 of 4)
Risk Identification
Uncontrolled ascent
Loss of weight belt
Tank valve breakage
Loss of mask
Reduction Strategies
- Teach proper buoyancy control
- Teach proper venting techniques
- Instruct proper BC use
- Instruct proper weight belt use
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct proper venting techniques
- Instruct removal and replacement of weight belt
- Instruct proper weight belt buckle use
- Instruct ESA
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct Charles law
- Instruct tank use and care
- Instruct proper equipment hook-up
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct proper mask use
- Instruct mask clearing
- Instruct black out mask
- Identify weak performers
- Instruct buddy system
Risk Assessment
Risk Identification
Shallow water
blackout
Panic
Cramps
Lack of
communication
Unable to support
body above water
(4 of 4)
Reduction Strategies
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct hyperventilation
- Instruct buddy system
- Instruct proper breath holding techniques
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Identify weak performers
- Instruct emergency procedures
- Instruct buddy system
- Instruct confidence building progressions
- Instruct on signs of nervousness/panic
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct cramp removal techniques
- Instruct carry techniques
- Instruct buddy system
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct hand signals and underwater communications
- Instruct buddy system
- Provide written and verbal warnings
- Instruct proper BC use
- Instruct weight belt removal
- Instruct proper buoyancy control
- Instruct proper buoyancy check
- Instruct buddy system
How to locate a NAUI Instructor
1. Go to http://naui.org/
2. Click Education
3. Locate a Dive Center or
4. Locate a Trainer
5. Type in City and State
6. Search
NAUI Dive Centers, NY
City
Dive Center Name
Address
State
Postal
Code
Country Phone 1
Phone 2
Phone 3
Fax
BROOK OCEAN HORIZONS
LYN
SCUBA
861 - 71 ST
STREET
NY
11228 USA
(718)
8330366
(718)
7485910
BUFFAL DIP'N DIVE INC
O
500 NIAGARA
FALLS BLVD
NY
14223 USA
(716)
8373483
(716)
8370039
Email
Dive
Address Center
Type
oceanhor SCUBA
[email protected] CENTE
om
R / DIVE
STORE
Dive
Center
Level
PRO
GOLD
Web
Site
Service
Center
www.oce NAUI
anhorizo Worldwide
nscuba.c
om
dipndive SCUBA PRO
@verizon CENTE PLATIN
.net
R / DIVE UM
NAUI
Worldwide
STORE
Buffalo
Discover Diving
5319 Transit Road
NY
14043 USA
716-6854557
CARLE
PLACE
SCUBA FREEDOM
245 OLD
COUNTRY RD.
NY
11514 USA
(516)
9974864
GOSHE
N
PRIME SCUBA INC
2653 RT 17 M
NY
10924 USA
(845)
2942078
716-685- [email protected] TECH
dwny.co CENTE
3841
m
R
scubaclas SCUBA
(516)
[email protected] CENTE
997m
4865
R / DIVE
STORE
(845)
6626528
(845)
2942096
TECH
www.dd NAUI
wny.com Worldwide
PRO
PLATIN
UM
primescu SCUBA PRO
[email protected] CENTE GOLD
o.com
R / DIVE
www.pri
mescuba.
com
STORE
JAMES
VILLE
UPSTATE NY DIVERS
5819 INVINCIBLE NY
DR
13078 USA
(315)
5692274
(315)
4926686
upstaten SCUBA PRO
www.ups NAUI
[email protected] CENTE PLATIN tatenydiv Worldwide
gorji.com R / DIVE UM
ers.com
STORE
Mt Kisco Abyss Scuba LLC
222 E Main St
NY
10549 USA
914-2443483
914-244- abyss_sc SCUBA Pro
[email protected] CENTE Scuba
3484
oo.com
R / DIVE
STORE
www.aby NAUI
ssWorldwide
scuba.ne
t
NEWBU Regional Scuba Inc
RGH
154 N PLANK
ROAD
NY
12550 USA
845-5626377
801-904- regionals SCUBA Pro
[email protected] CENTE Scuba
7805
l.com
R / DIVE
STORE
www.reg NAUI
ionalscub Worldwide
a.net
SHOKA LIFEGUARD SYSTEM INC PO BOX 594
N
NY
12481 USA
(845)
6575544
(845)
3312668
[email protected] SCUBA
mlgs.com CENTE
WEST
POINT
WEST POINT SCUBA
BLDG 681
HARDEE PLACE
NY
10996 USA
(845)
9388857
(845)
9383788
WESTP
OINT
USMA SCUBA TEAM
ATT: DCA
STOREROOM
(USMA CLUB)
NY
10997 USA
(845)
9382903
Michael.
McCormi
[email protected]
.edu
[email protected]
usma.ed
u
(845)
9387004
(914)
9383339
PRO
PLATIN
R / DIVE UM
STORE
EDU
INSTIT
UTION
PRO
PLATIN
UM
EDU
INSTIT
UTION
PRO
PLATIN
UM
NAUI Course Directors, NY
1 of 3
City
First Name
Last Name
State
Country Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 Fax
ANGOLA
MARK
BITNUN
NY
USA
(716) 5492171
Buffalo
Dallas
Edmiston
NY
USA
716-6854557
BUFFALO
JOSEPH
TRAVALE
NY
USA
(716) 3120305
CHEEKTOWAGA
ARTHUR
BEYER
NY
USA
(716) 6813695
CORNWALL
BART
"WOODY"
WOODWORTH
NY
USA
(845) 534- (845) 9388258
2969
DEPEW
PATRICK
WOLFE
NY
USA
(716) 6815692
E AMHERST
DONNA
NAWROCKI
NY
USA
(716) 837 (716) 689
3483
0441
E. AMHERST
FRANK
NAWROCKI
NY
USA
GLEN COVE
MARTHA
KATZ
NY
USA
(716) 689- (716) 8330441
483
(516) 6762787
JAMESVILLE
REZA
GORJI
NY
USA
KIAMESHA LAKE
DIEDERICK
VAN HAAFTEN
NY
USA
(315) 569
2274
(845) 796- (845) 7910403
5119
Me mbe r
Le ve l
Course
Director
Email
We bsite
Addre ss
neptune
[email protected]
n.com
716-685- Course
[email protected] www.dd
3841
Director
dwny.co wny.com
m
TECH
dipndive
INSTRUCT @verizon
OR
.net
TECH
arttoolin
INSTRUCT [email protected]
OR
m
(845) 938- Course
bart.woo
2138
Director
[email protected]
usma.ed
u
TECH
techdiver
INSTRUCT [email protected]
OR
zon.net
(716) 837 Instructor
dipndive
0039
Trainer
@prodig
y.net
(716) 837- Course
[email protected]
0039
Director
aol.com
Course
scubaclas
Director
[email protected]
m
Instructor
[email protected]
Trainer
mail.com
Course
[email protected]
Director
ahoo.co
m
NAUI Course Directors, NY
2 of 3
City
First Name
Last Name
State
Country Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 Fax
MIDDLETOWN
ANGELO
DRAGONE
NY
USA
(845) 344
4431
NEW YORK
CAL
AZZOUNI
NY
USA
(212) 7800879
NEW YORK
STEPHANIE
DEVRIES
NY
USA
(561) 8661184
NEW YORK
KYLE
LEE
NY
USA
(917) 3624721
NEW YORK
J
MEREDITH
NY
USA
9212) 2892880
NEW YORK
VLADIMIR
YAVACHEV
NY
USA
(917) 5187210
NEWBURGH
RALPH
GIGLIO
NY
USA
(845) 5052054
NORTH
WOODMERE
RANDI
EISEN
NY
USA
(516) 2951227
PORT HENRY
LAWRENCE
JACQUES
NY
USA
(518) 5463166
PORT JERVIS
CHRIS
REED
NY
USA
(845) 8569098
SHOKAN
WALTER
HENDRICK
NY
USA
(845) 331- (845) 6572668
5544
Me mbe r
Le ve l
Course
Director
Email
We bsite
Addre ss
[email protected]
yahoo.co
m
Instructor
[email protected]
Trainer
gedivers.
com
TECH
steph22d
INSTRUCT [email protected]
OR
m
Course
scubagog
Director
[email protected]
.com
TECH
jbmeredi
INSTRUCT [email protected]
OR
+359 888 Course
yavachev
351 062 Director
@gmail.c
om
(801) 904- Course
regionals
7805
Director
[email protected]
l.com
TECH
[email protected]
INSTRUCT optonlin
OR
e.net
TECH
jacques
INSTRUCT @yahoo.
OR
com
Course
[email protected]
Director
mercuryli
nk.net
(914) 339- Course
[email protected]
7413
Director
mlgs.com
NAUI Course Directors, NY
3 of 3
City
First Name
Last Name
State
Country Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 Fax
SPRINGFIELD
GARDENS
HEBA
AL-QUABANDI
NY
USA
(718) 5538740
WEST POINT
JEFF
COELHO
NY
USA
(845) 496- (845) 9385123
6523
WEST POINT
THOMAS
HORNE
NY
USA
(845) 5617537
Member
Level
Course
Director
(845) 938- Course
2138
Director
Course
Director
Email
Website
Address
alqaband
[email protected]
il.com
jeffrey.c
[email protected]
sma.edu
thomas.h
[email protected]
ma.edu
Questions
Bart "Woody" Woodworth, Ed.D.
Colonel, US Army Retired
Director of Operations
United States Military Academy
Department of Physical Education
727 Brewerton Road
West Point, NY 10996
Bldg 727, Arvin CPDC, Room B343
Phone 845.938.2969
Fax 845.938.2138
email [email protected]
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