The PADI Seal Team program is an exciting underwater activity-filled introduction to the world of diving. The PADI Seal Team program gives youngsters a chance to explore the underwater realm on scuba and experience adventure, discovery and thrills. It also provides parents or guardians with a structured program that lets their children develop skills, learn about the aquatic realm, and have a lot of good, clean fun in a noncompetitive environment.
To become an official members of the PADI Seal Team, participants must complete the first five of 15 AquaMissions. These activities develop fundamental scuba skills and knowledge, while preparing kids for further adventure.
Participants learn about diving by watching the PADI Seal Team video, through the PADI Seal Team AquaMission Activity Book, and during predive briefings with their PADI Instructor. Each AquaMission consists of a briefing, a skill session, and a game or activity. Completing the pool dive and answering challenge questions in their PADI Seal Team AquaMission Logbooks earns young divers an AquaMission decal.
Finishing AquaMissions 1-5, which is equivalent to completing the skills in Confined Water Dive One from the Open Water Diver Course, means youngsters are PADI Seal Team members. Receiving a PADI Seal Team member card and wall certificate recognizes their accomplishments and allows them to work toward PADI Master Seal Team recognition.
• Children must be 8 years old before the first day of class and comfortable in the water
• Parents must complete and sign a PADI Seal Team Statement and Assumption of Risk and Liability Release Agreement prior to class. Medical approval may be required by some.
• PADI Seal Team Crew Pak (included in cost of class)
• All equipment is included in the cost of class