NEW BSAC Beach Snapper

Written by Sophie
Aug052014
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Beach Snapper has been introduced to support clubs and dive centres in providing more family-friendly activities.

 

It's a fun course, introducing young people to creative photography at the seaside and is an ideal companion to the established Beachcomber.

 

What they will learn

At the end of the activities participants should have an understanding of how to use some of the basic settings on a digital camera, how to pick interesting subjects for their photos and how to take a good picture. They also receive a BSAC Beach Snapper certificate. 

 

Age Guidance

No restrictions. The target age group is 5-12 years but course content can be adapted for all age groups or individuals.

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What you will need

A beach, harbour, estuary or any seaside site, where interesting marine life and scenes can be found.
Each participant should have their own digital camera.

An instructor resource pack. These are free when ordering Beach Snapper course packs.

 

 

Last Updated on Sep112014

About BSAC

The British Sub-Aqua Club is the organisation that is responsible for leading on the sports of snorkelling and scuba diving in the UK. We are usually just known as BSAC (bee-sac) which is the short version of our name.

Learn with us

BSAC has been around since 1953, over 60 years ago, so we have lots and lots of experience in teaching snorkelling and scuba diving.


As an organisation we are well known and respected around the world. So a qualification with us will allow you to sports everywhere within your qualification level.
UK waters offer great diving righ here at home. Check out these 
videos.

Scuba Diving

You need to be at least 12 years old to start learning how to scuba dive.

But do you know what Scuba Diving is?


To find out more click here.

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