This camp focuses on depth, not certification challenges. The goal is for you to progress your depth comfortably and at your own pace, working on whatever is holding you back.
However, if you would like to complete challenges for an AIDA certification during the camp and have them signed off by an instructor, you can do so. There is no extra charge for this, and AIDA 2, 3 and 4 certifications are available. Depth and dynamic challenges
These you can complete during the normal course of the camp. Non-depth open water challenges
We will have a special Certification Buoy set up where you can demonstrate open-water challenges, like the loss of mask, leg cramp, and rescue, to an Instructor and get them signed off. We recommend doing this during a natural break in your diving for depth, which should be your focus during the camp.Theory requirement
You should read the manual for the AIDA level you are working towards before the camp, and email back your answers to email@example.com. The manuals for AIDA 2, 3 and especially 4 make great preparation for the camp, so we recommend everyone to read (or re-read) them, regardless of whether you are working towards a certification. You can find the AIDA manuals here:https://finsandfoamfreediving.com/manuals-and-examsStatic challenge
You may have an opportunity to be coached through this at the camp, if time permits, but if not, you should demonstrate your static to an AIDA Instructor at Fins & Foam before or after the camp. There is no extra charge for this.
You can see a full list of AIDA certification requirements here
. Note that the depths are sometimes lower than those listed on the Course Completion forms due to AIDA's adjustments for water "colder than 12C at a depth of 10m or below". The depths we have listed are correct.