PADI Scuba Diver Course
The scuba diver course can be conducted over two days a great option for if you are heading up to the tropics on holiday and need to get your dive ticket before you leave or if you are just short on time.
A lot of people also choose this option if they are a bit unsure about doing there full Open Water Diver Course straight away.
Although this is a world-recognized PADI certification, it does have some limitations.
As a certified PADI Scuba Diver, you have a maximum depth limit of 12 meters. You must also dive under the supervision of a PADI Divemaster or Instructor.
95% of overseas destinations, you will be lead by a guide who is a certified PADI Divemaster anyway. Loads of the cool things to see are between 5 – 10 meters deep, these limitations aren’t very restrictive after all.
What You Need To Know
Complete the first 3 Knowledge Development Sections, of the PADI Online eLearning with the code we supply you once booked in for a course date.
Get sized up and fitted out with dive gear at least two weeks before the FUN! starts
- * A medical from a diving doctor will be necessary if you have ticked YES to any of the medical questions on the medical form you fill out on the first day of the course.
- Find Diving Doctors Here
- Be over 12 years of age.
Day 1 Saturday – Meet at dive Shop 8:00 am to Approxamently 3:00 pm (Orientation & Swimming Pool Session)
Day 2 Sunday – 8:00 or 9:00 am to Approxamently 4:00 pm (Open Water Dives 1 & 2)