PADI Discover Scuba Diving
Have you ever asked yourself what it would feel like to be able to breathe under the water?
If you what to find out but are still not prepared to commit yourself to a certified course, Discover Scuba Diving or a Try Dive, will let you try diving and discover a new world.
Although you will not receive a certification, during Discover Scuba Diving or a Try Dive, you will learn how to use the equipment and receive a quick and easy introduction to all that you need to know to explore the underwater world.
PADI Open Water Diver
The PADI Open Water Diver course is, by far, the world's most popular scuba certification course. Millions of people have started diving as certified PADI Open Water Divers. Learning to scuba dive requires both knowledge development (facts, principles, concepts) and dive skills (techniques, methods). The PADI Open Water Diver Course provides the knowledge development you need. You develop the remaining skills by actually diving with our PADI Instructor here in our dive centre..
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course includes knowledge development for the two required topics; the Deep and Underwater Navigation Adventure Dives, along with five of the most popular elective dives. These include Night Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Wreck Diver, Boat Diver and Underwater Naturalist. Experience real adventure and be one step closer to Master Scuba Diver - the ultimate non-professional certification in recreational diving.
PADI Rescue Diver
PADI Rescue Diver Course is broken down into 5 easy-to-learn sections after an introduction. The course covers a wide range of topics including, The Psychology of Rescue, Recognizing Diver
Stress, Accident Management, Assisting Responsive and Unresponsive Divers at the Surface and Underwater, Equipment Problems, Oxygen Delivery Systems, Missing Diver Procedures, Responding to Diver Emergencies and Inwater Rescue Breathing.
The PADI Divemaster course is the first professional level within the PADI System of diver education and allows you to work as a training assistant on PADI courses and programs, supervise certified divers during pleasure diving experiences, and conduct some PADI programs independently. Becoming a PADI Divemaster consists of the following segments: knowledge development, practical application and the Divemaster final exam. The course, PADI Divemaster, covers nine topics that prepare you for the practical sessions needed to complete the Divemaster