The ACUC Pro-Check is intended for anyone to verify the teaching status of any ACUC professional (Divemaster or higher level). The ACUC Pro-check will show you, if the professional is active with ACUC, the first and last name of the ACUC professional, their highest ACUC main professional qualification, and until when their teaching status is active with ACUC.
Instructors are generally authorized to teach ACUC courses, guide divers, and assist in ACUC courses, as indicated by their level of qualification (you can view ACUC standards here). Divemasters are authorized to guide divers and assist in ACUC courses and teach some “dry” courses (where there is no aquatic training, such as emergency oxygenation, etc…).
The information below may not be complete as it does not reflect the additional qualifications required to teach some ACUC specialty courses. If you would like additional information on specific specialty qualifications of the person of interest, please contact ACUC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACUC professionals are authorized to use certain ACUC trademarks and to conduct ACUC courses, depending on their qualifications. Individual professionals, clubs, dive centers, dive shops and resorts are not agents, employees or franchisees of ACUC. The business activities of these professionals and entities are independent and are not owned or operated by ACUC.
While ACUC sets the standards for ACUC diver training programs, ACUC is not responsible for and cannot control the operation of the professionals’ business and operational activities and the daily conduct of ACUC’s programs, and the supervision of divers by such professionals. or its associated personnel.