Have you ever wanted to try scuba diving but not sure if it's for you?
Then this is a great way to find out. After a short briefing -it's time to get in to the water and try on some scuba gear and breath for the first time under the water.
This is not a scuba certification but a scuba classes
This is the first certification in the new adventure that awaits you in the under water world.
There are three parts to this course:
2) 5 -Confined Water dives
3) 4 -Open Water dives
Through this course you will gain your first scuba diving certification.
Exploration, excitement and experiences are what scuba diving is all about.
So, now you have become an Open water scuba diver. It's time to take the next step and progress your knowledge and experience!
There are five adventure dives and some academics included in this course. Although there are academics, this is an in-the-water based course. There are two mandatory dives and three elective dives (chosen by the student).
We here at Mad About Diving will work with you to find out the best ones for you.
2) Underwater Navigation
3) You choose from list
4) You choose from list
5) You choose from list
Normally a 2-day course.
This will be the most challenging, rewarding and fun course a diver will take.
What will you learn?
Recognizing and managing stress in other divers
Emergency management and equipment
Rescuing panicked divers
Rescuing unresponsive divers
Normally a 2-day course
This is the "black belt" of Recreational Scuba diving.
To gain this certification students start with the Open Water certification, followed by the Advanced Open Water and Rescue Diver. Candidates also have to earn five Specialty Diver certifications and log at least 50 dives. When these requirements are completed, the "black belt" of scuba diving is achieved!