Professional Scuba Diver Training

OPEN WATER COURSE  - Or OPEN WATER REFERRAL - FINISH YOUR COURSE ABROAD  

This is where it all begins. If you are 12 years or above, the PADI entry level certificate is the most sought after in the world.

You will learn the basics of scuba diving and will be able to plan dives with another diver. If you are unsure of your ability or interest, then the Scuba Diver course can be done in just a few days. At the end of the course you will be qualified to dive 12m with a PADI professional.

If diving turns out to be your thing, then it's all the way through for the Open Water course which can be done over a couple of weekends and qualifies you to dive to 18m with any certified diver.
If you cant get the time away then please click on the e- learning link at the bottom of this page and then start your open water course today on-line.

ADVENTURE DIVER 
ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVER

Once you have earned your 'fins' and when you are ready for it, the adventure really begins. The Adventure Diver program builds on what you have learnt from your entry level course and adds some new equipment and excitement. From learning about the environment to learning about shipwrecks or how to dive at night, there is something to satisfy your adventurous spirit.

Completing any three dives in the program allows you to become an Adventure Diver, completing five dives, (including deep and navigation) allows you to become an Advanced Open Water Diver.

RESCUE DIVER 

Ready to take the next step? The Rescue Diver Course will take you one step further and it's SERIOUS FUN!!!

Your skills will be refined and you will be taught how to take charge of an emergency or how to be an effective part of a rescue team. From helping a tired diver to the surface to initiating a search for a missing diver, it's all here.

The course is intense, but it will be one of the most challenging and rewarding you will ever undertake.

SPECIALTIES/MASTER SCUBA DIVER

Specialty courses are designed to give you more experience in areas of diving you are interested in.

Some can be done alongside the Open Water Course, others can be done once you have the Adventure Diver certification. They will introduce you to more diving, more experiences and more equipment. If you complete five Specialties and are a Rescue Diver with at least 50 dives then you can apply to be a MASTER SCUBA DIVER, the highest non-professional rating.

Specialties
 

Dry Suit
Underwater Navigator
Wreck
Deep
Night
Underwater Digital Photographer
Dive Propulsion Vehicle
Enriched Air Diver
Side Mount
Search and Recovery
Peak Performance Buoyancy
Boat
Gas Blender Course
Altitude Diver
AWARE - Fish Identifiation
Drift Diver
Equipment Specialist
Multilevel Diver
 
PADI DIVEMASTER

The first step onto the PADI professional ladder.

If you think diving is the career break you need and we think you are ready for it then this is the next level for you. Further studying and practical work will enable you to be a professionally qualified diver capable of working in any Worldwide PADI Resort.

You will learn more theory, more skills, how to guide certified divers and how to assist on PADI courses.

It will be hard work with lots of commitment from you and us, but remember you will be training to be the best, with the best!

PADI ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR

Ready to take on more responsibility? Once completed, the Assistant Instructor course will enable you to conduct certain PADI courses on your own or segments of the Open Water Course.

OPEN WATER SCUBA INSTRUCTOR 

The Instructor course allows you to become a fully fledged PADI Instructor allowing you to conduct all core PADI courses.
 

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