This is the first level of education. It consists of 3 main parts: the theoretical part, practice in the shallow waters (near the beach) and diving in the open sea with a maximum depth of 18m.
Duration: from 4 to 10 days depending on the program we will be building together. We need to complete 7-8 hours of theory, and about 8 dives.
Training is always based on the trainee’s performance. Our goal is to be able to dive safely and you can have enough confidence to enjoy comfortable diving!
What you need: really nothing special! A healthy person does not need anything at all. We will provide you with all the necessary diving equipment. For the theoretical part you will get the Padi Open water manual in electronic or printed form.
And after? Upon completion of the training you will give a very simple written theoretical test and you will now be a PADI Open Water Diver. You are now a certified diver and you can dive all over the planet up to the depth of 18m!
Advanced Open water
This is the second level of education. A prerequisite, of course, is that you have successfully completed Open Water or a corresponding school elsewhere.
While in Open water we have diving in a controlled environment, we are now only doing diving in the open sea! Besides, the basic skills you already have! We have to complete 5 dives. These can be done within 3 days at a minimum! In cooperation with the trainer, we will build a program based on your own choices. We must definitely do some underwater navigation dive and deep dive. Then we’ll take another 3 dives by selecting from a list of special diving styles.
- The most common are:
- Night dive
- Diving by boat
- Ultimate diving diving
- Underwater photography
- Dive with enriched mixture
- Research and lifting
Rescue Diver course
This is the 3rd level of education. Rescue is the most demanding and perhaps more pleasant school. To get started You must have successfully completed the AOW and feel pretty well under the water ..! This school will greatly increase your self-confidence as a diver and you will be so good that you can help other divers in an emergency situation.
During training, you will learn to use all the A-aid instruments to deal with a statute and not just an accident. We will practice rescue techniques, and take part in possible accident scenarios.
- What prerequisites are there to get started
- Be a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or PADI Junior Advanced Open Water Diver degree (or appropriate certification from another organization)
- Minimum age: 15 years (12 for PADI Junior Rescue Diver)
- Successful completion of an approved CPR program within the past 24 months (eg EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE)
Duration of minimum 3 days
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