Chicago Scuba Divers Can Sign Up For A Virtual
Neurological Assessment Training
If you're a scuba diving enthusiast, gear up for a series of exciting
and informative courses and events offered by Dive Right In
The Orland Park, Illinois-based scuba gear shop has announced their schedule of
events for September 2021, which includes a virtual neurological assessment
training, a hybrid course that mints self-reliant scuba divers, and a six-hour group
trip across several shipwreck sites at Lake Michigan.
If you're a serious diver with advanced training and
experience, Dive Right In's classes and tours can help you
enhance your skills and safety knowledge while having fun
A leading scuba diving gear retailer and
provider of beginner and advanced scuba
diving lessons in the Greater Chicago area,
Dive Right In Scuba always has a jam-packed
schedule as part of their regular list of events.
Whether you prefer in-water scuba diving lessons,
virtual diver certification classes, hybrid in-
classroom/hands-on diving courses, or something
in between, Dive Right In Scuba’s calendar is
undoubtedly booked with an event to suit your
Their first class of the month, the PADI Neurological Assessment Provider course, will
be held on Thursday, September 2, at 6:00 pm. The class, which is one of the
company’s 10 online-based courses, will be held via Zoom conference.
It mainly focuses on spotting signs of
stroke and decompression illness, the two
most common neurological injuries
suffered by divers, before they cause more
serious health complications.
Ultimately, you will utilize the knowledge this
course provides when conducting
assessments such as the Functional
Assessment Screening Tool.
On Saturday, September 18, the group will hold the PADI Self-Reliant Diver Course, the third of
nine hands-on diving lessons and classroom-based courses. Lasting from 10:00 am to 5:00
pm, you will receive in-person instruction in a classroom setting in Plainfield, Illinois.
The third event scheduled for
September is “Ex