If you've always wanted to learn how to scuba dive, discover new adventures or simply see the wondrous world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. The PADI Open Water Diver course is the world's most popular scuba course and has introduced millions of people to the adventurous diving lifestyle.
The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three main phases:
If you've tried diving through a Discover Scuba Diving experience, the skills you learned may be credited towards a portion of the full PADI Open Water Diver course certification.
To enrol in the PADI Open Diver course or Junior Open Water Diver course, you must be:
The fun part of this course is...well, just about all of it because learning to dive is incredible. You breathe underwater for the first time (something you'll never forget) and learn what you need to know to become a certified diver. During the course, you'll make at least five pool dives and four dives at local dive sites under the supervision of your PADI Instructor.
In the PADI Open Water Diver course, you learn to use basic scuba gear including a dive computer, and standard accessories.
PADI offers a variety of home-study materials for the Open Water Diver course like, for instance, a manual (book) and video.
PADI's Open Water Diver materials cover what you need to know about basic scuba diving skills, terminology and safety procedures. For each concept, you'll read a description and watch a video demonstration. Later, as a certified diver, use the course materials as a reference guide for future diving adventures and to review what you learned.
|Start Date||End Date||Max. Places||Places Available|
|10 Mar 2018||25 Mar 2018||4||3|
Open Water Diver (OWD 10/03/2018)
|07 Apr 2018||15 Apr 2018||4||3|
Open Water Diver (OWD 07/04/2018)
|12 May 2018||20 May 2018||4||3|
Open Water Diver (OWD 12/05/2018)
|09 Jun 2018||17 Jun 2018||4||4|
Open Water Diver (OWD 09/06/2018)
|08 Sep 2018||16 Sep 2018||4||4|
Open Water Diver (OWD 08/09/2018)
|13 Oct 2018||21 Oct 2018||4||4|
Open Water Diver (OWD 13/10/2018)