Scuba Certification

scuba trainingThe Mid-Atlantic Scuba Center (MASC) method of scuba training has been changing lives since 1981. Scuba diving really is a lifestyle to our family and co-workers, and we love introducing new friends to the underwater world! We’re confident we can exceed your expectations in every way with decades of experience, a wide variety of scuba training opportunities, friendly knowledgeable staff and top-notch, reasonably priced equipment all under one roof. If you’re ready to become a certified diver, or if you just want to try scuba diving for the first time, we’ve got you covered.

Get Started with your Training

Your first step is to contact us! You can call us at (215) 245-0141, send us an email, or stop by our dive center. We’ll be happy to tell you all about the options we have to make it easy for you to learn to dive. We teach year-round and have weekend group classes along with semi-private and private classes to match your schedule.

training medical statementMedical Statement

There is always paperwork!

Prior to any in-water training activities, all students must have a Recreational Scuba Training Council Medical Statement on file. This statement helps us make sure you will be safe and comfortable doing the skills required in the pool and final outdoor dives. There are very few things that would prohibit you from diving, but there are some common things like taking allergy medication for example, which would require you to have a physician’s approval.

If you can answer “Yes” to any of the questions on this form, fill out Page 1 complete with full word “Yes” or “No” and give it to the physician treating you. If all your answers are “No” you can wait and fill out this information on your registration paperwork. Once we have this in place, you are ready to join the scuba class of your choice!

If you have any questions about this form, please contact us so we can help you.