ReActivate – Refresher Course

Do you want to refresh your skills before a trip? Or, do you want to prepare yourself for your next course?

The ReActivate course is the ideal course for you. The most effective way to refresh your dive knowledge and scuba skills.  Move quickly through topics you know well, dive deeper on topics where your knowledge may have lapsed.

To get you “ReActivated” e-card, schedule inwater pactice with us.

PADI Specialty – Boat Diver

PADI Boat Diver ( min. 1 day course – 2 dives ) As part of your PADI Boat Diver Specialty course, you will learn about:

Boat diving planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards.

Proper boat diving etiquette, including equipment storage and conduct.

Common boat terminology.

Specific and local boat diving laws and ordinances.

Overview of emergency and safety equipment needed on private dive boats.

PADI Specialty – Underwater Navigation

PADI Underwater Navigation ( min. 1 day course – 3 dives ) During your PADI Underwater Navigator Specialty course, you will learn underwater navigation dive procedures, techniques, planning, organization and potential problems. You will also be introduced to natural navigation, underwater patterns, distance estimation and further your compass navigation skills. You’ll put these into practice during your three open water dives).

PADI Specialty – Peak Performance Buoyancy

PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy (min. 1 day course – 2 dives) During your Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty course, you will use PADI’s Basic Weighting Guidelines to determine the correct amount of weight. Then you will practice the fundamentals of peak performance buoyancy during two open water dives, including the buoyancy check, fine-tuning buoyancy underwater, weight positioning for trim, streamlining and visualization.

PADI Specialty – Underwater Naturalist

Underwater Naturalist (min. 1 day course – 2 dives) During your PADI Underwater Naturalist Specialty course, you will learn underwater naturalist dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems. You will also get an overview of the major aquatic life groupings, interactions and factual information that dispels negative myths. You will put this information into practice during your two open water dives).

Specialty – PADI AWARE

Project Aware: a programme with the objective of familiarizing both divers and non divers with the state of the worldwide aquatic ecosystems and what individuals can do to help protect aquatic resources.

PADI Specialty – Fish Identification

PADI Fish Identification ( min. 1 day – 2 dives ) The course introduces divers to the most common families and species found in these waters. Basic identification and surveying techniques are taught and divers learn about the importance of personal involvement in aquatic environmental conservation.

PADI Specialty – Digital Underwater Photographer

Digital Underwater Photographer ( min. 1 day – 2 dives) The course is designed to be an introduction to basic underwater digital photography and helps develop the student divers skills, knowledge and practical techniques.

PADI Specialty – Drift Diver

PADI Drift Diver ( min 1 day – 2 Dives) . The course covers the knowledge and techniques of drift diving and includes planning, organization, use of special equipment, buoyancy control, communications, site selection etc.

PADI Specialty – Deep Diver

PADI Deep Diver ( min 2 days – 4 dives) : This is a course for deep diving (maximum depth 40 metres) and assists the diver in developing the necessary skills, techniques and knowledge to safely participate in this activity. The content covers: planning, organization, techniques, problems, hazards, safety stops and emergency decompression procedures, as well as the use of special equipment.

PADI Specialty – Enriched Air Diver

PADI Enriched Air Diver (min 1 day – 2 dives): You will learn how to use enriched air up to 40% oxygen, nitrox tables and to analyze the gas, procedures and knowledge.

PADI Specialty – Wreck Diver

PADI Wreck Diver (min. 2 days, course – 4 dives) Information contained in your wreck diver program includes:

The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of wreck diving.

The preparation and use of lights, air supplies, special equipment, penetration lines and reels

Limited-visibility diving techniques and emergency procedures).

PADI Specialty – Search & Recovery

PADI Search & Recovery (min. 2 days course – 4 dives) You will learn search and recovery dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems. You’ll also cover limited visibility search patterns and safe object recovery using lift devices.

PADI Specialty – Emergency Oxygen Provider

PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider   (1 day, no dives)

Providing emergency oxygen after a dive accident may be the most significant factor contributing to a successful outcome in treating dive injuries.

During your PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Course you learn how to recognize diving illnesses treatable by emergency oxygen, properly setup equipment and administer emergency oxygen.

PADI Specialty - Adaptive Support Diver

PADI Adaptive Support Diver (2 days, 2 dives) Be in a position, by using adaptive techniques to instruct/assist potential and current divers with varying degrees of disabilities, whether physical or mental.

Course structure consists of knowledge development modules and one confined and one open water workshops.

Techniques are explained that will help you improve your ability as an effective buddy to a dive partner with a disability, by being more aware of individual considerations and adapting techniques that will assist divers with mental and/or physical challenges.

PADI Specialty - Delayed Surface Marker Buoy

PADI Delayed Surface Marker Buoy (1 day, 2 dives ). This course will teach you how to safely and reliably deploy an Surface Marker Buoy (SMB) and Delayed Surface Marker Buoy (DSMB), giving you the peace of mind that you will be comfortable using one whenever you need to do so.

Surface marker buoys (SMBs) allow scuba divers to mark boundaries for mapping or search and recovery, alert boat traffic, or provide a line as a visual reference for ascending divers. During two dives, you learn the proper techniques and protocols for using different types of surface marker buoys and delayed surface marker buoys (DSMBs). Theory is covered in a classroom session.

The ability to deploy a delayed Surface Marker Buoy (DSMB) should be a given for any self respecting “autonomous” diver.

Dive Against Debris

Dive Against Debris  (1 day, 2 dives ). Do you want to make a difference on every dive? Start the Dive Against Debris Specialty Course.

During the course, you will learn about different types of marine debris and the effects it has on the environment. You will also learn how to work in teams, clearing debris and collecting data for use in surveys to monitor dive sites, under the guidance of a PADI® Professional and help keep the dive sites healthier by removing trash.

Make the difference today!
If you’re a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver who is at least 10 years old, you can enroll in the Dive Against Debris Specialty course.

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