Qualified divers are essential to collect and record archaeological data on submerged cultural resources and often perform invaluable volunteer assistance to accredited archaeologists by assisting during field work.
What You Will Learn
In the Underwater Archaeologist course you will learn specific skills and knowledge that are helpful for wreck diving activities and provide increased enjoyment when visiting submerged cultural resources. You'll gain the basic information and skills that are used in underwater archaeological interpretation of wreck and other sites, as well as mapping, sketching, and researching techniques.
How Do You Get Started?
NAUI Scuba Diver certification or the equivalent is required for enrollment. Find a NAUI Dive Center or Instructor near you by visiting the Dive Center Locator.
Once you become an underwater archaeologist, perhaps you want to further your training with an Advanced Scuba Diver or Rescue Scuba Diver course? Or try one of the many other specialty courses that NAUI offers, such as Underwater Ecologist andUnderwater Environment Diver courses!