PADI Diving Courses for Divers
After finishing your Open Water Course you can move straight onto the PADI Advanced Open Water Course. The course is an extension of the skills you developed during the Open Water Course.
This practical three day course gives you the experience of diving at depth and increases your level of diving competence. The Advanced Open Water Certification allows you to dive more divesites globally, the only limit is you!
The course comprises five adventure dives:
You can choose from:
eLearning provides the theory sessions you need for the Open Water Diver and the Advanced Open Water Diver certifications, so you can learn at your own pace before you head off on vacation. We will adjust the course fees if you choose this option or give you a partial refund if you have booked online. You can find more information on the PADI eLearning pages.
PADI Course - Master Scuba Diver
This certification denotes that you have reached the highest recreational diver level in den PADI system of diver education. PADI Master Scuba Diver indicates that you have a significant amount of training and experience in a variety of dive environments.
To apply for your Master Scuba Diver certification you need:
The perfect choice for those who want to improve their scuba diving skills but don’t have much time on holiday.
Consisting of any three Adventure Dives (see Advanced Open Water Course) you can complete this certification in as little as a day, making it a perfect and immediate follow up to the PADI Open Water Course.
You can complete another two adventure dives at any other time to gain the full PADI Advanced Open Water Certification.
This important but enjoyable course will develop your knowledge and skills so you can perform effective diver assistance and rescue management.
In the unlikely event of a diving accident you will have been trained to react and deal correctly to such a situation and be able to provide first aid before the emergency services arrive. The PADI Rescue Diver Program philosophy teaches you to focus on other divers as well as yourself by showing you how to prevent potential accidents before they happen.
The course includes first aid instruction, many practical exercises and training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and all the necessary training for the use of Automated External Defibrillators.
As diving is not featured in this course it is therefore open to both divers and non-divers alike.
The EFR course is one of the ways to meet the 'proof of first-aid' prerequisite for the Rescue Diver Certification.
This Emergency First Response course takes just one day and includes theory lessons, demonstrations and video documentaries.
Every 'First Aid Certificate' from any other professional association is accepted as prerequisite for the Course if it’s renewed within the last 24 months and includes CPR.
What is a Defibrillator?: visit www.diversalertnetwork.com
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