PADI SCUBA DIVER
TAKING YOU TO THE NEXT LEVEL THE PADI SCUBA DIVER PROGRAM GIVES YOU A SAFE AND EXCITING CONTINUATION THROUGH THE UNDERWATER WORLD OF SCUBA DIVING.
PADI Scuba Diver Description
Coconut Tree Divers – Roatan Dive Shop
WHY PADI SCUBA DIVER COURSE?
The PADI scuba diver course is ideal for people that want to obtain a diving certification but don’t have time to complete the open water course, or just aren’t sure if they are ready for the open water course. It invites these divers to experience diving and encourages them to continue training to the open water diver level and beyond if they wish. The scuba diver course is also a good way to introduce children to the underwater world and begin their adventure.
WHAT WILL I DO?
Throughout the course you will learn the fundamentals of scuba diving which include:
- Knowledge development sessions 1,2,3 in our air-conditioned classroom
- Dive equipment
- Dive procedures and techniques
- Confined water skills 1,2,3
- 2 Open water dives
- Water skills swim test
Once you have completed some key knowledge reviews covering important safety factors and the basics of diving. We will then take you in confined shallow water to practice the skills. As you gain confidence, you will start building on those basic skills and learn some more advanced techniques. You will participate in two open water dives, where you will apply the knowledge you have learned and the skills you have practiced to safely explore what our beautiful reef has to offer. The depth limit for these dives will be up to a maximum of 12 meters / 40 feet and must be accompanied by an Instructor.
WHAT DO I NEED TO START?
WHAT DO I EARN AT THE END?
This is your very first dive certification card! Congratulations you are now a member of the largest dive society in the world. However, you do have some restrictions that you must follow. You are certified to dive to a depth of 12 metres / 40 feet and only with a qualified PADI dive instructor. You are over half way there to becoming open water certified, 1 more day of training will get you open water certified, ask your instructor about the upgrade.