Junior Scuba Diver

Learn exciting things about the underwater world and how to find your way around it even better.

Training content

After your first dives in the i .a.c. Junior Diver, you will learn many new things in the i.a.c. Junior Scuba Diver course you will learn many new things, e.g. about the underwater world, the sign language of divers and buoyancy control and orientation under water.

Theoretical training

  • Describe the course of the dive
  • Know several UW animals and plants
  • Additional underwater characters
  • Know some dangerous species
  • Other dangers when diving

Practical training

  • Repetition from the Junior Diver program, if applicable
  • ABC exercises
  • Basic knowledge of orientation
  • Knowledge of different UW landscapes
  • Head-first and foot-first Descend
  • Correct Ascending and descending with the instructor
  • Assess swimming position
  • Hydrostatic equilibrium
  • Breathe underwater without a mask
  • Ascend with the instructor’s second regulator
  • Check surface
  • Additional scuba diving hand signals


You become more and more confident as a diver and learn something new with each of your dives. The handling of your diving equipment becomes easier and easier so that you can now complete further specialties to prepare for the next step, the i.a.c. Junior Open Water Diver.


At the start of the course:

  • Minimum age 10 years
  • Proof of swimming ability
  • Proof of health status
  • For minors, a declaration of consent from a parent or legal guardian is required

Here you become a Junior Scuba Diver