Tampa, Fla. (April 23, 2019) – The National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) Worldwide returns to California’s Long Beach Convention Center on May 4-5, 2019, for the annual Scuba Show, booth #503.
The Scuba Show is California’s premier diving event of the year featuring 76,000 square feet of exhibit space, 300+ exhibitors, seminars, clinics hosted by industry experts, a 15,000-gallon heated pool, and more.
Held in conjunction with the event is the NAUI First Aid Instructor Workshop and NAUI IT/CD/CDT Requalification Workshop, both held inside the Long Beach Convention Center. NAUI leadership is excited to use this event as a platform to spread NAUI’s mission of “Dive Safety Through Education” and to ensure that individuals receive the most current and safest instruction available.
The two-day NAUI First Aid Instructor Workshop (FAIW) is scheduled for May 2nd through 3rd and is designed for any NAUI Leader (Assistant Instructor, Skin Diving Instructor, Divemaster, Instructor) who wishes to teach the NAUI First Aid – Powered by DAN courses. Attendees can expect to refresh their First Aid and CPR skills, valuable information concerning new First Aid standards, as well as information on training and how to implement and conduct these courses themselves. Pre-registration is required. For more information, click here.
The NAUI IT/CD/CDT Requalification Workshop, scheduled for May 3, reviews revisions to NAUI standards and important updates regarding leadership and instructor training courses. Instructor Trainers, Course Directors and Course Director Trainers who successfully complete this workshop will be requalified at their current designation. This workshop is open to all NAUI members who plan to conduct or staff NAUI leadership and instructor programs, or those seeking their own professional development. Pre-registration deadline is April 26. For more information, click here.
In addition to these events, NAUI is a proud sponsor of the Saturday Night Scuba Show Party, to be held around 7 p.m. at The Federal, a 1920s-era bank-turned-party place – just a quick walk from the convention center. Admission is free, and attendees will honor the 2019 California Scuba Service Award recipient. Sponsorship and proceeds from the evening go to benefit Plastic Pollution Coalition.
Single day entry to the exhibit hall is $15. Children 13 and under get into the Scuba Show free. Attendees can meet with NAUI representatives to learn more about scuba and freediving programs at booth #503.
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