Unit 17: Teaching NAUI Diving Courses and Programs. Enrollment Course Goals Instructor Growth and Privileges Technical Diver Training Evaluating Leadership and Instructional Performance Conducting Performance Reviews in Leadership and Instructor Courses Concurrent Training Model
Cylinder valve turned off
Mask will not seal
Regulator breathes hard
Air in BC preventing descent
Poor surface dive performance
Quick release of weights compromised
Bothering fellow students, “horseplay”
Incorrect surfacing technique
Failing to exhale while recovering 2
Straps and buckles undone
Distracted by extraneous activity
Incorrect fin kick
Unsecured, dangling equipment
Difficulty clearing mask
Difficulty clearing regulator
Difficulty sharing air
Difficulty reading dive computer
Difficulty calculating air consumption
Fearful of aquatic life encounteredRole Playing: Problem Solving
Students facing the sun.
Ineffective voice, i.e., volume not adequate for conditions.
Ignoring safety violations.
Placing students near distractions.
Chewing gum, smoking cigarettes, wearing dark glasses, poor grooming and dress.
Turning one’s back to students while talking.
Failing to ensure that all can see a demonstration.
Failing to maintain control.
Ignoring questions or failing to ask for questions.
Continuing to speak through distractions.
Keeping hands in pockets.
Nervously pacing or fidgeting.
Using crutch words and phrases like “um,” “eh,” and “you know.”
Failing to introduce one’s self.
Failing to establish rapport, being unapproachable.
Using sarcasm or belittling a student.
Chastising a student in front of peers.
Using slang or failing to explain terms.
Talking too much, too little student participation.Role Playing:Anticipating and Preventing Problems