|Adventure Divers provide a wide range of PADI diving courses which can last from as little as two hours for people who have time constraints to two weeks or more.
Discover Scuba Diving (Pool and Sea).
This course is excellent for people who have a morning to experience the underwater world where you will complete a short pool session with scuba, and then be taken to the sea Mediterranean for your dive in the clear warm waters full of aquatic life whilst under the close supervision of your instructor.
Duration Approximately 4 hours. For ages 10 years and above.
Recreational diving courses with PADI Certification.
This is a sub course within the open water diver course and allows you to become a PADI certified diver
It opens up diving to those who have time constraints, and those interested in diving within groups and tours guided by a certified professional. It invites people to experience diving and encourage them to continue training to the open water diver level and beyond.
Open Water Diver (3-4 days)
This is the most popular diver certification in the world. With Standards set by PADI, the worlds number one dive organisation, you'll learn all the essential and basic rules that all safe divers abide by.
As a certified PADI Open Water Diver, you will have the freedom to carry out diving activities independent of any professional guidance from any dive centre, anywhere in the World. Everyone who can swim is in good health and reasonably fit can earn a PADI Open Water Diver certification.
The course takes 3-4 days and absolutely all equipment, insurance, air fills and diving services are included in the price along with the PADI open water pack, which contains all the relevant studying material. There are no hidden extras.
Advanced Open Water Diver
(2 days or 3 if taken with Medical first Response course) If you are already the holder of a PADI Open Water Diver certification, then you're ready for the next leap in terms of education and experience.
With 5 additional diving specialties to learn, you will be more able to enjoy further and understand more about how you interact with the aquatic environment. More confidence through understanding equals relaxed and enjoyable diving.
Emergency First Response: (1 day)
A basic must have for all serious divers. PADI, through Adventure Divers will teach you how to provide first aid to yourself and to other third parties in the event of accident. Anybody can take this course and you don't have to be a qualified diver.
Rescue Diver: (4 days)
This is the most important recreational PADI certification of all. Becoming a Rescue Diver will give you the knowledge and practical experience to cope with emergency situations both above and below the surface of the water.
Have you ever wondered how you would deal with your buddy if he was injured or panicked?
With real rescue scenarios to deal with you'll learn and get to practice your skills as a competent diver. Having qualified as a PADI Rescue Diver you'll be able to recognize risk before it becomes a problem. You'll feel far more confident in the water and most important of all, you're now a real contribution to the safety and security of all who dive with you.
Dive Master: (3-6 weeks+) Getting paid to do something you love doing is everyone's dream and that's exactly what PADI Professionals do.
With a PADI Divemaster certification card you've got a skill transferable to anywhere in the World where theres water.
PADI professionals have this choice. With PADI and Adventure Divers you can join the ranks of professional divers who wake up every day to be paid to carry out their hobby! As a PADI member, you will become part of the most successful company in the diving industry.
Adventure Divers offer you the choice of doing the basic course over 2 weeks or the more desirable internship program. The internship generally lasts 6-12 weeks during which time you will learn not only the science of diving in more detail but also the art of managing students in your care.
Speciality Diver courses.
These speciality dives can include:
deep, boat, night, peak performance buoyancy, dive computer, underwater photographer, enriched air, multi level, underwater naturalist, underwater navigation and wreck diver.
Once you have completed 5 of these speciality courses you can apply to be a master scuba diver which is the highest recreational diver rating.
The primary purpose of this is to help certified divers update their knowledge and skills, especially after a period of diving inactivity and refresh their memory on procedures and skills. This can also be used to assess PADI scuba divers and referral students who want to earn open water diver certification. It can also help to assist non-certified divers seeking qualification.
This is for qualified divers who have not dived for a period of time, to refresh particular skills, hand signals and equipment preparation, to bring back confidence and to make the dive more safe and fun!
This is not a PADI course.