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Training


Our Scuba training and lessons focus on quality rather than quantity. As divers we have seen a trend towards training people with an emphasis on speed and numbers rather than making good, safe divers. Our certified divers can confirm that we are are highly respected and professional. We are never satisfied and are always looking to improve the way we do things.
We teach our courses based on the PADI system whereby training quality comes first.
Finally – we specialize in doing the training at your convenience & even on your premises if possible.

We offer PADI courses from pre-entry level.
Our groups are kept small to ensure individual attention and safety is kept to the highest of standards.






Discover Scuba:


1 day course made up of a pool session where you can easily learn how to breathe underwater.


PADI Open Water Diver Certification:
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Minimum 2 days. theory & pool sessions with 2 sea dives to a maximum depth of 12m. PADI Open water: Now we start experiencing the underwater realm up to 18 meters. Theory and pool sessions with 4 sea dives. Pool and theory can be at your premises if possible.


PADI Advanced Open Water:
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This is to help you becoming a better and more experienced diver.
5 Adventure dives with the compulsory “deep” and “navigation” training dives. The remaining 3 dives are your choice, we recommend one of the following: Peak performance buoyancy, Night dive( when conditions allow), Fish identification, Multilevel and computer, underwater Naturalist, Boat dive.


Rescue Course:
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The PADI Rescue Diver program develops your knowledge and skills so you can effectively perform diver assists and rescues, manage diving accident situations and render first aid. The program is an important step in expanding your knowledge and experience as a diver. PADI Rescue Diver (or equivalent) certification is also a prerequisite for all PADI leadership programs. To get into the PADI Rescue Diver program, you’ll need to be certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or equivalent) and must be at least 15 years old. The PADI Junior Rescue Diver program is available if you’re between the ages of 12 and 14 and hold a PADI Junior Advanced Open Water Diver (or equivalent) rating.

To start the PADI Rescue Diver Course you’ll also need to have successfully completed the PADI Emergency First Response program or a sanctioned program in CPR within the past two years.


The PADI Rescue Diver Program Covers:

• self-rescue and diver stress
• diving first aid
• emergency management and equipment considerations
• swimming and no swimming assists
• panicked diver response
• underwater problems
• missing diver procedures
• surfacing the unconscious diver
• in-water artificial respiration
• egress (exits)
• first aid procedures for pressure related accidents
• dive accident scenarios.

After successfully completing the program, you’ll receive the internationally recognized PADI Rescue Diver certification card.


Divemaster course:
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Be the best you can be, be a PADI Divemaster!

This is the first professional level in scuba diving training. This course will take you to the peak of individual diving performance. Not only will your skills be polished to perfection but organizational and leadership skills will also be developed. In addition, your general diving knowledge will be expanded to a very high level. An internship in which you assist instructors in actual training in the pool or confined water and at dive sites will round out your Divemaster training experience. Your professional dive training leads you through a series of teaching and learning experience programs. It's a challenging road, but the rewards are innumerable. After completion, you will be ready to work as a PADI professional, go on to become a PADI instructor, or simply enjoy your newly acquired training and extensive dive knowledge.

Less than one diver in a hundred becomes a PADI Divemaster, one of the most respected ratings in the diving community. Do you think you could be the one? Take the plunge now!

The PADI Divemaster rating denotes you as a person:

Has a high level of personal diving skills
Has instructor level knowledge of diving theory.
Has had significant training in how to assist an instructor during training activities.
Is able to assume appropriate responsibilities that benefit the welfare of other divers

As you may know, many PADI Divemasters go on to become PADI Instructors. So, the training and experience you gain through the PADI Divemaster program helps shape your abilities and attitude toward becoming a professional level diving educator.



Our DM course involves developing your knowledge of dive theory, assisting on a dive courses, to develop control and problem-solving of diving activities; guiding tours and working on customer relations.

As an optional extra, the Divemaster candidate, once certified, is eligible to enroll in the EFRI Course, PADI Digital Underwater Photography Instructor course and be certified to teach EFR and DUP courses. The Insured Divemaster may also teach and certify PADI Skin Divers and conduct the PADI Discover snorkeling program, as well as conduct the scuba review program for certified divers.

You need PADI Rescue Diver certification, or equivalent, and twenty logged dives to begin you Divemaster training.


 

Assistant Instructor Course:
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The PADI Assistant Instructor course is the first portion of the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC). You'll not only gain additional experience as a PADI Professional but you'll also start learning the PADI System of diver education.

What can PADI Assistant Instructors do?

• Teach academic presentations under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor
• Evaluate Open Water Diver surface skills under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor
• Teach the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty course
• Teach Project AWARE Specialty courses
• Conduct PADI Discover Scuba experiences
• Teach Emergency First Response after successful completion of an Emergency First Response Instructor course


What will I need to start?

• PADI Divemaster rating or qualifying certification from another certification organization
• At least 18 years old
• Have 60 logged dives, including night, deep, and navigation dives
• Have been a certified diver for at least 6 months

What will I do?

• Knowledge development through self-study, quizzes, lectures and presentations
• Confined water skill review and assessment, workshops and presentations
• Open water workshops, rescue assessment and candidate presentations

How long will it take?

• The course can vary from as little as three days to more than two weeks

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