With personalized training and taking enough time, we make sure you are truly comfortable under water with the skills and equipment you will use. In general, an Open Water Diver course consists of 3 parts:Academics, Pool Training and Open Water Sessions.
We offer many diving courses from the basic course till the speciality course.
- The course Scuba diver
- The course Open water diver
- The course Advanced open water diver
- The course Rescue
- The course Emergency first respondent
- The course Divemaster
The training materials and online training program are designed so that you can learn the academics at your own pace when it is convenient for you. You can complete the academics online and then attend review sessions at the diving center.
For your pool and open water training your instructor will fit you to your scuba equipment so you will become comfortable in your “second skin”.
OPEN WATER SESSIONS:
You will complete at least 4 open water dives and have the chance to experience everything you learned in the pool hands-on. After successful completion of your open water training dives you will become a Certified Diver.
The course Scuba diver
Scuba Diver is the perfect course for those who do not have time to complete an entire Open Water Diver Program. The content of this program represents about half of a complete scuba diving certification program ( Open Water Diver). You can then complete the second half and become a certified diver at another time, anywhere that is convenient for you.
At the end of the program you will receive your Scuba Diver Certificate indicating the successful completion of this program. This certificate entitles you to take part in dives under the direct supervision of a Dive Professional up to a maximum depth of 12 meters/40 feet all over the world. When you decide to complete your Open Water Diver certification, the Scuba Diver Program can be fully credited to your training. This way you will not have to redo any part of the program twice. After a short skill update you can complete your Open Water Diver rating.
The course Open water diver
Duration: 3-4 days
During your Open Water Diver course, under professional supervision, step by step you'll learn all the basics of scuba diving, dive techniques, how to become a confident diver, how to handle your equipment, how to take care of your dive buddy (you never dive alone, always with dive buddy), how to be safe diver, etc.
The PADI Open Water Course is the most popular scuba diving course, which lasts 4 days and during which you learn basics in theory and through practical skills. Course starts by watching the DVD and the quizz first day in the class room in our diving center. The second day you start on the beach and begin with basic confined water skills at the max depth of 2 meter. The 3rd and 4th day you continue on our boat with 4 open water dives to a max depth of 18 meters. At the end of 4td day you do the final exam.
As an Open Water diver you will be certified to dive safely to a depth of 18m with a dive buddy (12m for 10 & 11 years old children).
The course Advanced open water diver
Duration: 2 days
Course consists of 5 dives, including a Deep dive and Navigational dive. For the 3 additional dives you can choose with your Instructor from Boat dive, Drift dive, Night dive to Wreck dive and many more.
There is not as much theory involved as in the Open Water Diver Course and there is no final exam. You already have the basic knowledge and what we do is expand this knowledge and apply it to specific forms of diving in the Open Water environment.
The Advanced Open Water Diver Course makes you a more confident and experienced diver which means that every dive you do becomes more fun (you are more relaxed so you see more, your air lasts longer, etc).
Upon completion of this course you will be certified to dive safely to a depth of 30m.
The course Rescue
Duration: 5-7 days
The Rescue Diver course gives you information you need for preventing and handling dive emergencies (self rescue, diver stress, diving first aid, emergency management, etc.).
Course consists of a classroom theory with practical skills to learn CPR water skills plus your final assessment and exam. It is necessary that you have completed an Emergency First Responder course within 24 months before you start with PADI Rescue course. If you do not have it yet, you can do it here with us in one day.
As a PADI Rescue Diver during your course you will cover Stress Management, First Aid Procedures, Managing an Emergency, Equipment Function, Recognizing Rescue Situations, Rescuing the Responsive diver and Unresponsive diver at the surface & underwater, Rescue Exits with Responsive diver, Equipment Removal and Exits with the Unresponsive Diver, etc.
The course Emergency first respondent
Duration: 1 day
This course is very important and you will learn helping Others in need. Course consists of theory and practical skills, primary care (CPR) and secondary care (First Aid) with Certificate.
The course Divemaster
Duration: 14 days
This course can be completed in as little as 14 days. You should be at least 18 years old, certified as a Rescue Diver, have an Emergency First Response certificate not older that 24 months and minimum of 60 logged dives.
This is the first step in your diving career. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, you will expand your diving knowledge and improve your skills as you become a dive professional. The PADI Divemaster course develops your leadership abilities by training you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. Course consists of theory and exams, use of course materials and practical assessments, skills in guiding and assisting Instructors.