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Revision 272014-05-11 - Main.NickArgue

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  We also take our trainees on trips to the coast to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
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We plan to run a Ocean Diver course for trainees new to diving during 2011, if you are interested in being trained please contact the Training Officer email
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If you are interested in being trained please contact the Training Officer email
  Trainees will need to join Cambridge Sub Aqua Club (CAMBSAC) and the national governing body, the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) to ensure all trainees and instructors are appropriately insured.
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  Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.
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Last year we ran Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.

We intend to run both a Compressor operators Course and a Nitrox gas blender course during 2012.

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We have recently run Boat Handling, Advanced Nitrox, VHF (GMDSS), Compressor operators and a Nitrox gas blender courses.
  If you want more information on our training please contact our training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.

Revision 262012-01-06 - Main.NickArgue

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We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training. Full details of the BSAC Ocean Diver Course cam be found here: Ocean Diver Details
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We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training. Full details of the BSAC Ocean Diver Course cam be found here: Ocean Diver Details

  Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.
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  We plan to run a Ocean Diver course for trainees new to diving during 2011, if you are interested in being trained please contact the Training Officer email
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Trainees will need to join Cambridge Sub Aqua Club (CAMBSAC) and the national governing body, the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) to ensure all trainees and instructors are appropriately insured.
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Trainees will need to join Cambridge Sub Aqua Club (CAMBSAC) and the national governing body, the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) to ensure all trainees and instructors are appropriately insured.
 

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  Last year we ran Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.
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We intend to run both a Compressor operators Course and a Nitrox gas blender course during 2011.
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We intend to run both a Compressor operators Course and a Nitrox gas blender course during 2012.
  If you want more information on our training please contact our training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.

Revision 252011-03-30 - Main.NickArgue

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We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.
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We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training. Full details of the BSAC Ocean Diver Course cam be found here: Ocean Diver Details
  Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.

Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular open water training sessions are organised from April to October.

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We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
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We also take our trainees on trips to the coast to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
 
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We hope to run a Ocean Diver course for trainees new to diving at the end of Autumn 2010, if you are interested in being trained please contact the Training Officer email
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We plan to run a Ocean Diver course for trainees new to diving during 2011, if you are interested in being trained please contact the Training Officer email
  Trainees will need to join Cambridge Sub Aqua Club (CAMBSAC) and the national governing body, the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) to ensure all trainees and instructors are appropriately insured.
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  Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.
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This year we have already run Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.
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Last year we ran Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.
 
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We intend to run both a Compressor operators Course and a Nitrox gas blender course in September/October 2010.
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We intend to run both a Compressor operators Course and a Nitrox gas blender course during 2011.
  If you want more information on our training please contact our training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.

Revision 242010-08-24 - Main.DavidWilliams

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  Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.
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Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular training sessions are organised from April to October.
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Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular open water training sessions are organised from April to October.
  We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
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We hope to run a Ocean Diver course for trainees new to diving at the end of Autumn 2010, if you are interested in being trained please contact the Training Officer email

Trainees will need to join Cambridge Sub Aqua Club (CAMBSAC) and the national governing body, the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) to ensure all trainees and instructors are appropriately insured.

 

Skill Development Courses (SDCs)

Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.

This year we have already run Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.

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We intend to run both a Compressor operators Course and a Nitrox gas blender course in September/October 2010.
 If you want more information on our training please contact our training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.

For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.

Revision 232010-07-19 - Main.NickArgue

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 If you want more information on our training please contact our training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.

For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.

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Medical Matters

Membership of BSAC requires all divers to complete a medical self-declaration. Details can be found here: BSAC Medical Matters Page.

 

Revision 222010-06-27 - Main.JamesScarff

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  This year we have already run Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.
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If you want more information on our training please contact or training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.
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If you want more information on our training please contact our training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.
  For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.

Revision 212010-03-19 - Main.NickArgue

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 We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.

Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.

Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular training sessions are organised from April to October.

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For Autumn 2009, there won't be an Ocean Diver course, but instead we will be running the more advanced Sports Diver and Dive Leader Courses. See below for dates.
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  We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
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  If you want more information on our training please contact or training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.
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For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.
 

Revision 202010-02-26 - Main.FranckMesirard

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  This year we have already run Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.
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If you want more information check our Club Details page
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If you want more information on our training please contact or training officer training.officer@cambsac.com, for information on prices please contact our membership.secretary@cambsac.com. For more details on the club please check our Contact us page.
  For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.
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Revision 192009-09-29 - RobJones

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 Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.

Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular training sessions are organised from April to October.

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For Autumn 2009, there won't be an Ocean Diver course, but instead we will be running the more advanced Sports Diver and Dive Leader Courses. See below for dates.
 
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 For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.

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  • 25 Sep 2008 - Ocean diver course starts
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  • 11 Oct 2008 - 12 Oct 2008 - Sports diver classroom lectures
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  • 25 Sep 2008 - Ocean diver course starts
  • 11 Oct 2008 - 12 Oct 2008 - Sports diver classroom lectures
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  • 08 Jan 2009 - Trainees pool session
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Revision 152008-11-20 - Main.FranckMesirard

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  We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
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Skill Development Courses (SDCs)
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Skill Development Courses (SDCs)

  Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.
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  For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.
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  • 25 Sep 2008 - Ocean diver course starts
  • 11 Oct 2008 - 12 Oct 2008 - Sports diver classroom lectures
  • 16 Oct 2008 - Ocean diver pool session
 
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The next Ocean Diver course will start on the 25th September 2008, if you are interested please contact our training officer (training.officer@cambsac.com).
 We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
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Skill Development Courses (SDCs)
 Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.

This year we have already run Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.

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 Skill Development Courses (SDCs) Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.
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This year we have already run Boat Handling, Nitrox and VHF (GMDSS) courses.
 If you want more information check our Club Details page

For more details about all the BSAC qualifications check this BSAC page.

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  If you want more information check our Club Details page
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The next Ocean Diver course will start on the 25th September 2008, if you are interested please contact our training officer (training.officer@cambsac.com).
  We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.

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The next Ocean Diver course will start on the 25th September 2008, if you are interested please contact the training officer
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Revision 92008-05-16 - Main.FranckMesirard

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Revision 82008-05-09 - Main.FranckMesirard

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We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.
  Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.

Revision 72008-04-28 - Main.SuzieWenham

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booksWe organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.

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Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can continue at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment. Most of our Ocean Divers continue with training to the Sports Diver grade soon after qualifying.
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Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can move ahead at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment.
 
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 Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular training sessions are organised from April to October.
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We also take our trainees on a trip to the coast every May Bank Holiday weekend where we undertake training and pleasure dives using our two club RIBs.
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We also take our trainees on a trip to the south coast over the early May Bank Holiday weekend to expand their training and to enjoy some diving using our two club RIBs.
  Skill Development Courses (SDCs) Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.

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booksWe organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.

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 Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can continue at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment. Most of our Ocean Divers continue with training to the Sports Diver grade soon after qualifying.

Open Water Training

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Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular training sessions are organised from April to October.

We also take our trainees on a trip to the coast every May Bank Holiday weekend where we undertake training and pleasure dives using our two club RIBs.

  Skill Development Courses (SDCs) Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.

Revision 52008-04-08 - TestTest

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booksWe organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.

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 Skill Development Courses (SDCs) Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.
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If you want more information check our Club Details page
 For more details about all the BSAC qualification check this BSAC page.

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Revision 42008-04-07 - Main.FranckMesirard

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booksWe organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.
  Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can continue at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment. Most of our Ocean Divers continue with training to the Sports Diver grade soon after qualifying.
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 Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.

For more details about all the BSAC qualification check this BSAC page.

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Revision 32008-04-06 - Main.FranckMesirard

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We organise regular training from BSAC Ocean Diver, which is the entry-level grade, up to the highest branch-awarded grade, Advanced Diver. All training is done by BSAC qualified instructors, who will then take trainees out into open water to continue their training.

Once qualified as a BSAC Ocean Diver, we encourage our divers to continue their training within the club, where they can continue at their own pace in a safe and friendly environment. Most of our Ocean Divers continue with training to the Sports Diver grade soon after qualifying.

Open Water Training Most of the open water training takes place at Gildenburgh Water near Peterborough, regular training sessions are organised from April to October. We also take our trainees on a trip to the coast every May Bank Holiday weekend where we undertake training and pleasure dives using our two club RIBs.

Skill Development Courses (SDCs) Many of the branch's instructors are also approved SDC instructors. We are therefore able to run the majority of SDCs within the branch, including all those required as part of Dive Leader/Advanced Diver training.

For more details about all the BSAC qualification check this BSAC page.

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