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The Safety through SCUBA learning model

The Safety through SCUBA program has been established around the Experiential Learning Model (sometimes called the action-learning model).  People learn best by being involved in the learning process, thinking about what was learned and then how to apply that learning to real life situations. This "doing" method is usually more successful than "showing" or "telling" learners how to do something.

actionlearningmodelTo help participants get the most out of of the Safety through SCUBA learning experiences we follow these steps:

  1. Experience - do an activity
  2. Share - discuss the experience by describing what happened.
  3. Process - discuss the experience to identify common themes.
  4. Generalise - identify principles that can be applied in real-life situations.
  5. Apply - use the principles to apply to what was learned to another situation.

Completing this entire process helps participants gain meaning from what they learn and do.

Here are some basic principles that apply to all learning situations. First of all, people learn in an atmosphere of warmth and acceptance. All Safety through SCUBA participants ultimately self select their involvement. Safety through SCUBA trainers are specialists in their field with both formal adult education qualifications and specialised PADI Instructor ratings

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At the introductory session all participants identify and record clear self-determined goals for their learning. If they understand the purpose of learning, they can make these goals relevant and meaningful.

Each Safety through SCUBA participant will have different abilities. The same learning method will not be equally successful with all of them. Adequate learning requires motivation. Self-motivation comes from basic needs, personal preferences, feelings of self-worth and belonging. The environment of the Safety though SCUBA program is both novel and challenging with a formal PADI qualification at its conclusion. Such an environment maximises the motivational aspect of the learning environment; hence retention of the associated safety related thinking skills and lifelong application is maximised.

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The Safety through SCUBA Program is based upon the words of Benjamin Franklin.

 "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn."

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Thirty two years since Bhopal, thirty years since Chernobyl, twenty eight since Piper Alpha and what have we learned? 

Not much. After all, we have seen Texas City, Macondo, the Soma mine collapse, the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, and the list just goes on - all in the last ten years or so. Clearly what we have been doing has not been working. 

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The time has come to take some real responsibility, and put some science back into safety. The time has come to transform your safety culture. The cost of not doing anything shall be further death and injury.

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