Want to be able to relax underwater and move about gracefully, with the added benefit of using less gas on a dive?
Then attending a BSAC Buoyancy and Trim Workshop is for you. The workshop will encourage you to think about your weighting and trim in a logical way.
Adopting a disciplined approach to buoyancy (how much weight) and trim (correct balance and attitude in the water) is essential for all divers and will allow you to perform many diving skills effortlessly. Taking control of your buoyancy is taking a big step towards safe and comfortable diving.
It is also a prerequisite for the Accelerated Decompression Procedures (ADP) course and other BSAC skill development courses.
Your next steps – developing your skills
After doing this course you could further your training by doing other Skill Development Courses (SDCs). Imagine being able to take great pictures underwater or being able to identify the marine life that you see on dives. Check out the SDCs you can get involved in.
Or you could progress your diver grade training.
Thinking about becoming an instructor, or wanting to improve your instructing skills? The BSAC Instructor Training Scheme has a course for you.