||As a certified PADI Open Water Diver, the most widely recognised and respected rating in the world, you have the freedom to dive with a buddy independent of a professional. Within a few days, you can be enjoying the underwater world. Throughout the course, you'll learn fundamentals of scuba diving, including dive equipment and techniques. You earn this rating by completing five pool dives and knowledge development sessions over two days. (referral)
||2 Days for referral (pool & theory)
||Then you complete the course by making four open water (ocean or lake) dives over two more days. All equipment, study materials and air supplied
||2 Days open water to complete
|Advanced Open Water
||Open Water Diver or equivalent
||On enrolment you receive the adventures in diving manual for self- study. The course comprises of an evening video and review session and two days open water where you will complete 5 adventure dives in various specialities such as deep, Navigation or search and recovery. Adventure dives are chosen from the extensive list by mutual agreement. An excellent course to build up your experience after open water certification
||2 Days & self study
|First Aid EFR
||Open to all
||One day theory and hands on practical in a classroom setting covering current first aid skills for divers and non-divers.
||Advanced Open Water or equivalent + 20 dives & recognised First aid course
||This course takes a full day theory and two days open water to complete and is the most comprehensive pure rescue course available. You will learn accident prevention and every single usable rescue, both in water and out of water, and also rescue management skills for the delegation of other divers in a rescue situation making you a safe and conscientious diver
Master Scuba Diver
|Open water diver
||This is not a course in itself but a series of courses. This is the highest recreational qualification in diving and is an accumulation of experience and education. Students must complete the rescue diver course + 50 dives + 5 speciality courses to receive this qualification. You can start building up your specialities straight away, a good qualification to aim for.
||Rescue Diver + FA + 40 dives
||This is the first step on the professional dive career ladder. The course consists of many parts including one and a half days theory, skills review and test, a swim test, several internship days on the confined and open water sections of the PADI open water course and also involvement in some continuing education courses. The idea behind the course is to teach you leadership skills and make you a safe leader of divers and show you how PADI courses are run by professionals. By the end of the course there is a number of PADI experiences that you will be ale to run and many career opportunities in store.
At least 10 sessions