- Deep diving
- Multilevel & Computer
- Peak Performance buoyancy
- Underwater Naturalist
- Underwater Navigation.
Diving is a vehicle to a wide range of activities and inter-related skills that create adventure, fun and recreation, no matter how varied your interest. The PADI "Adventures in diving" program consists of specific Adventure Dives.
During your Advanced Qualifying you will complete all relevant knowledge reviews in your “Adventures in diving” manual, mark the knowledge reviews before you do the dives. Your Instructor will brief you on the skills & task to be performed during the dive. After the dive your Instructor will de-brief you and sign off your logbook. You can do your "Advanced" course with different trips over a period of 12 months. You can do for example 2 dives at Bass Lake and 3 at the Coast.
PADI Rescue Diver course teaches you emergency prevention, intervention and management. This course is one of the most challenging and rewarding courses you can complete as a diver. You will improve your skills and confidence as a diver in order to prepare you to move to Master Scuba diver and/or Dive Master.
Once you've obtained 5 Adventure dives, of which Deep and Navigation must be 2, you qualify for Advanced Open Water diver.
To be come a Specialist Diver you need to complete 2 - 3 of the same Adventure dives (depending on which Specialty you choose). Once you've obtained 5 Specialties and Rescue Diver, you can apply for Master Diver rating the highest non-professional dive rating with PADI!
Notes: An Adventure diver is a person who has completed 3 Adventure dives. This can count towards your Advanced Open Water rating.
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