Instructor Crossover Course (ICC)
The NAUI Instructor Crossover Course (ICC) is designed to train and qualify applicants in good standing with non-NAUI recreational scuba training organizations as a NAUI Instructor member. During the course, candidate instructors learn effective methods to teach skin and scuba diving in compliance with NAUI Diving Course Standards.
The ICC may be presented in two phases. If done so, Phase One is called an Instructor Crossover Program (ICP) and contains all preparatory training except for the final evaluations. During an ICP, candidate practice performances must be evaluated by at least two qualified evaluators The ICP can be conducted in many formats, ranging in length from a day to an internship over an extended period. The second or final phase of an ICC so organized is called the Instructor Qualification Program (IQP), during which a Course
Director must be in residence and all final evaluations will be made.
An active-status NAUI Instructor who completes all requirements as laid out by the NAUI Training Department, can teach the NAUI First Aid – Powered by DAN provider courses.
The NAUI Instructor Crossover Course (ICC) is designed to train and qualify applicants in good standing with non-NAUI recreational scuba training organizations as a NAUI Instructor member.
Continue your training by enrolling in a NAUI Instructor Trainer course. If you completed the aforementioned courses you may enroll in NAUI Technical courses.
Academic: E-learning/Classroom min: 30hours
Practical Application: min: 5 hours
- Age. Minimum age is 18 years of age prior to the start of training.
- Current certification as a scuba instructor in good standing for the year immediately preceding the Instructor Crossover Course workshop.
- Minimum one-year experience as an instructor and taught or assisted with at least two programs in
- Current certification in NAUI First Aid for the Diving Professional or equivalent.
- Certified as a NAUI Nitrox Diver or equivalent.
- A minimum of 100 logged open water scuba dives with a minimum of 50 hours bottom time. Dives shall be varied in environment, depth, and activities.
- The Instructor Trainer or Course Director is to ensure adequate student knowledge and capability before any open water training and shall use skill or other evaluations to do so. One open water dive (which does not count toward the minimum number of dives required for the course) may be used as a screening and evaluation dive. This is not required when the student’s diving proficiencies are well known to the Instructor Trainer or Course Director.
- Equipment. Candidates shall furnish and be responsible for the care and maintenance of their own diving equipment. The instructor shall initially assist candidates in checking all their gear to ensure it is adequate and in proper working order.
- Materials. Contact the NAUI Training Department for current requirements.
- Medical Approval. Verification of good physical condition as documented by a medical examination and unconditional approval for diving by a licensed physician within the preceding 12 months. In no event will medical approval be accepted wherein the physician signing the certificate is the student.