Getting Certified Is a Three Step Process
- Step 1 is to acquire all of the important academic information every certified diver must know. Traditionally, it required attending several hours of formal classroom training. Now, through on-line training, you can complete this phase through self-study, at your own pace, in the convenience of your home or office.
- Step 2 is to complete your in-water skill-development training. This takes place in a swimming pool or similar body of confined water. Here you will learn the fundamental skills that every diver needs to know. (It’s also a lot of fun.)
- Step 3 is complete four or more open-water training dives under the supervision of your Padi Instructor. Here you will apply what you have learned during your academic and skill-development sessions, while learning practical lessons that can only be gained through real-world experience in open water.
- Have a group of 4 or more we will provide private lessons on your groups schedule.
Am I Eligible To Become An Open Water Diver?
To be certified as a PADI Open Water Diver, you need to be at least 10 years old, fit for diving, and able to swim. You will need to fill out a medical questionnaire before taking part in the diving portion of your course.