Seeking a new challenge? Why not take a look beneath the waves and see what awaits you there? Get your PADI certification here, one of the world’s most recognised scuba certifications.
Who should take this course?
Breathing underwater for the first time is an experience you will find thrilling and exciting. The PADI Open Water course has brought millions, like yourself, into a lifestyle that can and will change you forever.
Anyone wishing to discover and learn scuba diving and become an independent diver. It enables you to interact, enjoy and simply see the wonders of the aquatic world beneath the waves.
What will you learn?
The content of the PADI Open Water course is made up of three sections:
The Knowledge Development which can be done in the classroom or online
The Confined Water sessions gives you the opportunity to develope basic skills and gain confidence underwater
The Open Water dives allow you to use skills mastered earlier and explore the awesome underwater world
What Scuba gear will you use?
Full basic scuba diving equipment
Use a compass and dive computer
What learning material do you require?
Here you have the option of:
Studying with the PADI Open Water Diver manual and watching the Open Water video in our classroom, along with your PADI Instructor.
Register online now, with PADI to start your Open Water Diver Course eLearning program. This allows you to learn at home, at your own pace through an up to date and easy to use interactive program. PADI eLearning consists of knowledge development sections and online access to the PADI Open Water manual.
For more information on eLearning, please follow this link PADI eLearning or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participant must be 10 years of age, or older (10-14 years is a Junior Open Water Diver)
PADI eLearning must be purchased and completed prior to your in-water experience
Adequate swimming ability
Complete a diver medical questionnaire declaring you are in good physical health
No prior scuba experience is required
Participants under 18 years of age require parent or guardian consent