PADI Scuba Diver
During the PADI Scuba Diver Course you will be learning the basics of scuba diving. This program takes between 1 and 1½ days. The completion of the Scuba Diver program opens up the underwater world to a maximum of 12 metres, under the professional guidance of a qualified PADI Professional.
PADI Open Water Diver
The PADI Open Water Diver Course is the most popular entry level diving course which will introduce you to the underwater world. During the Open Water Course you will learn the skills need to safely and competently scuba dive. The theory, confined water training and open water dives will teach you the important issues you need to know to be a safe diver and to enjoy the underwater world.
PADI Adventure Diver
The PADI Adventure Diver program can be completed in as little as one day. You are required to complete three exciting dives of your choice. This can be navigation, underwater photography, wreck, fish identification dive and many more. This is ideal for those with a tight time schedule or for children to take an easy comfortable next step.
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course is the next exciting step and introduces you into several different underwater activities such as wreck diving, deep diving, navigation, underwater photography, fish identification and much more. During these dives you will accomplish simple tasks which will further enhance your skills as a diver becoming more comfortable and confident in the adventurous underwater environment.
To complete the Advanced Open Water Diver you must complete a navigation dive and a deep dive all other electives are options.
PADI Rescue Diver
Take control and become a PADI Rescue Diver. This is a very important, interesting and exciting course. This is the time where you start your leadership training. The Rescue Diver Course teaches you to become more efficient with your diving skills and also, shows you various ways how to prevent, respond, and manage emergencies with divers at the surface and underwater.