PADI Discover Scuba Diving is an introductory program to scuba diving that allows students to go beyond a mere initiation. The first part of the program takes place in a pool environment at a maximum depth of 6 meters. This course teaches the basic principles of diving concerning safety and equipment. Students will practice breathing techniques, buoyancy, mask clearing, regular recovery and underwater signs.
The PADI Open Water Referral course is designed for students holidaying abroad, and covers the pool and theory elements of the full PADI open water course. Having completed the Open Water Referral course, you can than complete the four qualifying dives at a suitable PADI dive centre abroad or at the DiveBunker.
If you have always wanted to explore the underwater world, this is where you will start! The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three main phases: knowledge development, confined water dives to learn basic scuba skills and open water dives to explore the Firth of Forth. Come and explore!
Exploration, excitement and experiences come to life in the PADI Open Water Diver course. You don't have to be advanced to take it - it's designed to advance your diving skills. This course will help you to build confidence and expand your scuba skills through different adventure dives. You will try out different specialties while gaining experience under your instructor.
Scuba divers describe this course as the most challenging and rewarding course that they have ever taken. Students will learn how to prevent and manage problems under water as they become more confident with their previously learned skills. You will become a better buddy by practicing problem solving skills that will become second nature.
Emergency first response training focuses on building confidence and the willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency. In this course, participants will learn to follow steps for emergency care
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.
Are you ready to work within the scuba dive profession? The assistant instructor course is the first half of the IDC (Instructor Development Course). Successfully completing this course allows you to enter into the Instructor Examination (IE) after completing the Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) program.
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