What lies down below is a very intriguing thought, one that continually encourages divers to push the limits and dive deeper. To dive deeper however, the proper training must be taken. Luckily, PADI offers the PADI Deep Diver course!
What You Learn‑‑‑
Techniques for diving in the deeper range of 18-40 meters/ 60-130 feet.
Deep scuba diving equipment considerations.
Experience in planning, organizing and making at least four deep dives under the supervision of your PADI Instructor.
Many shipwrecks are often found in deeper water. That’s why the PADI Deep Diver course is a natural companion to the PADI Wreck Diver course. Sometimes you can take these two specialties concurrently.
Other training to consider is the PADI Enriched Air Diver course on your way to PADI Master Scuba Diver.
Whether sunk on purpose as an artificial reef or the result of mishap, wrecks open fascinating windows to the past. Most divers find wrecked ships, airplanes and even automobiles nearly irresistible because they’re intriguing to explore, exciting avenues of discovery, and usually teeming with aquatic life. The PADI Wreck Diver course teaches you the ins and outs of rewarding, responsible wreck diving.
What you Learn
Your Next Adventure
Many shipwrecks are often found in deeper water. That’s why the PADI Wreck Diver course is a natural companion to the PADI Deep Diver course.
Do you ever get cold diving?
Being a PADI Dry Suit Diver allows you not only to stay dry and warm when diving, but consequently enables an extended dive season and allows you to take on more challenging dive spots.
Dry Suits are great for recreational diving and many technical divers wear Dry Suits due to the length of the time spent underwater. The longer the diver is in the water, the more thermal protection is required.
PADI Open Water Diver or qualifying rating
What you learn:
Become an Emergency First Responder and gain the Confidence to Care.
Accidents and illnesses happen every day. Some people need only a helping hand while others may suffer serious permanent injuries without help. By becoming an Emergency First Responder your skills can render important care to those in need. There are a range of Emergency First Response courses for you to choose from or simply contact us to talk about the best course for you, your family & friends, and work colleagues.
Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR):
This popular course teaches participants how to respond to life-threatening emergencies. The course focuses on primary care through a combination of knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice to make sure participants have the confidence in their ability to provide care when emergency situations arise.
Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid):
This popular course covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening. Participants focus on secondary assessment and first aid through knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice.
Emergency First Response Care for Children:
This course is an innovative CPR, AED and First Aid training course that teaches participants how to provide emergency care for injured or ill children (ages one to eight) and infants less than one year old.
Emergency First Response Workplace Courses:
Our Emergency First Response region-specific courses include comprehensive instruction in Primary Care (CPR), AED use and Secondary Care (First Aid) and meet regulatory body requirements.
Why not extend your diving time with Enriched Air Nitrox!
The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular specialty scuba diving course, and it’s easy to see why. Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression dive time. This means more time underwater, especially on repetitive scuba dives.
You can typically stay down longer and get back the water sooner. No wonder many divers choose this as their very first specialty.
What You Learn: