Chorley BSAC has been awarded its ClubMark licence
by Sport England, we are the 12th SCUBA diving club to attain this
ClubMark is an excellent way of letting people know
that the branches who have attained this award will support excellent,
high quality standards and adhere to welfare and equity policies as
well as being welcoming to young members.
We are part of the British Sub-Aqua Club, the UKís leading dive club and the sportís National Governing Body, providing an internationally-recognised diver training and development programme.
Chorley BSAC has the safety and
safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults, as a primary importance. We
are committed to providing an environment where young people can learn and
participate in a sport free from harassment and abuse. All those people
working with children have a moral and social responsibility to safeguard
and promote a child's safeguarding. The Club follows the BSAC Safeguarding
Policy to ensure peace of mind for both children and adults.
Our qualified instructors are able to train you from 'new starter' through
to Advanced diver. We also welcome divers from PADI, SSI, SAA and the BSAC
'cross over' approach allows you to continue your training by building on
your existing qualifications.
We also run many popular BSAC courses including : Nitrox; Boat Handling; Oxygen Administration as well as our very popular
For further details please contact:
Branch Diving Officer
Mick Cook on
or Email us
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To the left are pictures taken by our members on various Club diving trips
showing the beauty of our underwater world.
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