AquaEye® Training is designed and led by a team of veteran U.S. Navy Master Divers
The AquaEye® Training Program consists of 8 modules designed to provide AquaEye users with the knowledge, and hands-on experience necessary to understand AquaEye, its component functions, operating parameters, and basic employment of this valuable search and rescue tool.
The training program is available in two formats: Online and In-Person.
About AquaEye’s Training Team
Your team will receive a Course of Instruction taught by former U.S. Navy Master Divers with over 30 years of real-world diving/maritime operational experience, dive program management, safety and risk mitigation, and training program development & oversight for your team to leverage.
Each instructor is a certified Master Training Specialist (MI’S) qualified to dive, teach, and supervise SCUBA, Re-Breathers, Surface-Supplied air and mixed-gas diving, saturation diving, and Hyperbaric Chamber operations.
Our Training partners are a Veteran Owned and Operated Business.
An 8-Module, online self-paced online course designed and taught by our experienced training team. Following the successful completion of all 8 modules, the students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Job sheets (in-field training guides) are provided to all students at the end of the online course to ensure your field training matches the online curriculum.
Cost: Included with AquaEye Purchase
In-Person 2-Day Course
Day 1: 4 hours of classroom instruction followed by 4+ hours of in-water, basic level training (outline above)
Day 2: 8+ hours of in-water training with more advanced concepts and tactics:
- Use and employment in your operating environment
- Echo Map data interpretation
- Department Operating Procedure(s) and efficient employment of resources for increased safety
- Continuous AquaEye training and implementation. CCG helps you develop a recurring training plan and curriculum to make your team safer and more efficient – based on training plans used by Navy Divers and SEALS.
Cost: $3,000, Plus Travel Costs (Typically under $5,000)