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  • Instructor Materials: Teaching notes, NAUI Standards and Policies Manual. INTRODUCTION Attention step: Diving problems will inevitably arise despite the best planning and preparation. The goal of this unit is to give NAUI leaders the ability to quickly recognize and nip those in the bud, and effectively solve any that blossom. Importance or Value: Whether solved by counseling or more direct means, leadership thinking always precedes leadership action in successful problem resolution. " An undefined problem has an infinite number of solutions.” Robert A. Humphrey “ If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” Abraham Maslow Student Materials and Conduct: note taking material, text and workbook, and your undivided attention Body: See presentation slides.

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  • 1. Unit 11: Problem Management and Counseling
    • Phases of Problem Management
    • Typical Diving Problems And Solutions
      • Physical problems
      • Psychological problems
      • Equipment problems
      • Environmental conditions problems
      • Skill related problems
      • Counseling
  • 2. Student Performance: By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
    • Describe the role of a leader in resolution of problems that divers inevitably encounter.
    • Explain the phases of problem management.
    • List typical diving problems and their solutions.
    • Describe counseling techniques and their role in problem management.
  • 3. Phases of Problem Management
    • Anticipation
      • Expect the unexpected
    • Recognition
    • Management
      • Assess the situation
      • Respond appropriately
      • Resolve the problem if possible
  • 4. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions
    • Physical problems
      • Overexertion
      • Diver under the influence of drugs or alcohol
      • Diver becomes ill during a dive
      • Diver unable to equalize during descent
      • Pre-dive overheating
  • 5. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
    • Physical problems (continued)
      • Chilling and hypothermia
      • Rapid breathing
      • Leg and other muscle cramps
      • Menstrual cramps
      • Injuries
      • Entanglement
  • 6. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
    • Psychological problems
      • Expressed fear of depth, water conditions, etc.
      • Peer pressure
      • Time pressure
      • Task loading
      • General anxiety
      • Panicked diver
  • 7. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
    • Equipment problems
      • Missing items
      • Unfamiliar equipment
      • Inadequate equipment
      • Wrong size equipment
      • Weighting and ballast placement
      • Out-of-air situations
  • 8. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
    • Environmental conditions problems
      • Strong surf
      • Currents
      • Diver caught in current
      • Poor visibility
      • Silty bottom
      • Temperature
      • Hazardous aquatic life
  • 9. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
    • Skill related problems
      • Diver unable to clear mask
      • Diver unable to clear regulator
      • Poor buoyancy control
  • 10. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
    • Counseling
      • Counseling techniques
        • Nonjudgmental attitude
        • Questioning
        • Reflective listening
        • Maintaining eye contact
  • 11. Typical Diving Problems and Solutions (continued)
      • Group decision-making and intervention
      • When counseling fails
  • 12. End of Unit 11 Problem Management and Counseling
    • Phases of Problem Management
    • Typical Diving Problems and Solutions
      • Physical problems
      • Psychological problems
      • Equipment problems
      • Environmental conditions problems
      • Skill related problems
      • Counseling
  • 13. Student Performance: By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
    • Describe the role of a leader in resolution of problems that divers inevitably encounter.
    • Explain the phases of problem management.
    • List typical diving problems and their solutions.
    • Describe counseling techniques and their role in problem management.