The recent Bovisand training weekend saw Zoe complete her Ocean Diver qualification, much to the delight of all present. Zoe completed the few remaining tasks easily, and went on to go out on the RIB as a qualified diver. Happy
Well done to Stefan, who made great use of our Bovisand training weekend to pass his Ocean Diver theory test, as well as making his first sea dive. Stefan worked really hard on theory for most of the day, but
The BSAC requirements for Ocean Diver, Sports Diver, Dive Leader and Advanced Diver are now on the website. You can find them under the Train with Us menu on the site. Alternatively, use the links below: Ocean Diver Sports Diver
On 8th June, Evesham Sub Aqua Club were delighted to have several divers join our friends at Cirencester Dolphin SAC celebrating their club’s 40th birthday at the National Diving Activity Centre, Chepstow. 27 divers took part in the event, which
Simon is arranging a weekend at Fort Bovisand with a focus on getting training requirements signed off. This is a great chance to get those last signatures in an area with a wide variety of diving. The weekend is 14-16
When checking an alloy tank recently, Pete G noticed how the alloy had reacted with the stainless steel bands he was using, clearly seen in the images below. This was a very low level of corrosion, but could have proved
BSAC published their annual Incident Report last November, and Divers Alert Network have just published theirs. Not the most uplifting reading, but we can all learn from other peoples’ mistakes. Here they are:
Whenever we go diving, there is paperwork to be completed. You can now download the divers’ details, dive log and risk assessment forms from this page.
ESAC supports the Hope Cove Life Boat by taking part in the monthly draw. We recently won a £60 prize, the details of which are in the attached letter.
If you’re taking a look at our site with a view to starting diving, you might wonder where you learn all the skills you need before going into open water. We run pool sessions every Wednesday at Pershore Leisure Centre,
Howard Painter <clickety> can supply tickets for what looks like a really interesting event:
Next year’s ESAC Dinner and Dance will be on 8th February 2020 at Worcester Cricket Club. Please reserve the date in your diaries and those of your friends and family.
… ESAC get eating! As divers, we are always at the mercy of the elements, and the stormy weather certainly put paid to this weekend’s planned diving out of Portsmouth. At ESAC, the social aspect of diving is massively important,
AED (Automated External Defibrillators) Training 21st March 2019 and 25th March 2019 Open to all ESAC club members. Want to take your basic-life-support skills to a higher level and be able to give a non-breathing, unresponsive casualty an increased chance
So Baxter says “Let’s all go to the Midlands Diving Chamber and do a 50m dry dive”… and we did. Well, dry for some of us but more of that later. The Midlands Diving Chamber is a hyperbaric decompression chamber