The Course is a part certification providing the basic knowledge needed to enter the exciting world of diving. The duration of the course is 2-3 days and ensures a good mix of fun and learning. Time is spent practicing diving skills and exploring the excitement of diving in open water. As certified PADI Scuba Diver you can then dive, accompanied by a diving professional, to a depth of 12 meters in over 180 countries around the world.
If you are already a PADI Scuba Diver then you are able to continue your education by taking the final parts of the Open Water Diver Course.
* The PADI Open Water Course
The course is a full certification and one designed to provide more knowledge of diving; both of the environment and the necessary skills. After 4-5 days those new to diving will enjoy a good all round understanding of scuba diving and will feel comfortable and at ease entering the open water. Once certified, divers can dive to 18m anywhere in the world. At the end of the course divers will have the chance to go on an Adventure Dive which can then be accredited to the Advanced Open Water Course.
The PADI Open Water Course or equivalent is a prerequisite for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course.
* National Geographic Diver Course
There are two ways that you can become a National Geographic (NG) Diver. As a beginner, you may enroll in the NG Diver programme, which covers all the knowledge and skills from the PADI Open Water Diver course plus exploration & conservation projects unique to National Geographic.
If you are already certified, the NG Diver Specialty programme is a perfect opportunity to broaden your dive experience... National Geographic style! During the 2 dives your will fine-tune your buoyancy & maneuvering techniques, navigation skills & identification of aquatic life. At a unique dive site you will observe, explore & present a project such as a map, graph, sketch, photo essay or video to share your discoveries
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