PADI - Speciality Diving Courses -

Adventure, Environment, Exploration, Fun, Safety

PADI DrySuit Diver

2 - 3 days

Exposure protection  when diving is an important consideration.

Reasons that divers may have when choosing to dive in a DrySuit include:

Staying warm and dry when diving in a cold water environment, and,

Protection from contaminants which exist in a diving environment.

In colder waters, using a DrySuit might be the difference between experiencing multiple dives in one day or making one chilly wet suit dive and listening to others tell you about what you’ve missed on the dives you were just too cold to make.

PADI Multilevel Diver

1 - 2 days

Multilevel diving – gaining more no decompression time by ascending to shallower depths where nitrogen absorption is slower – is more the rule than the exception.

This is made possible thanks to advances in
decompression theory as used in the eRDPML distributed by PADI, and modern dive computers.

PADI Night Diver

1 - 3 nights

As the sun sets, you put on your dive gear, slip on your scuba mask and bite down on your dive regulator.

A deep breath and you step off the jetty or boat – into the underwater night.

Although you’ve been to this spot many times before, this time you drop into a whole new world and watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light.


Introduce yourself to the whole new cast of critters that come out after the sun goes down. See your favorite dive sites from a whole new perspective at night.

PADI Underwater Naturalist

1 - 3 days

Interact with the living underwater world based on objective assessments and observations.

View aquatic ecosystems scientifically, without bias, misconceptions or myth.

With the Underwater Naturalist course, learn basic organism groupings, identification, and gain an understanding of the relationships between organisms, their environment and humans.

PADI Digital Underwater Photographer

1 - 3 days

A two-part introduction to
digital underwater photography centered around today’s point and shoot digital cameras.

Develop knowledge, skills and practical techniques necessary to obtain excellent photographs with a digital camera (basics of digital underwater photography).

Level One

Introduction to skills and knowledge.

Learn about the equipment,

preparation of underwater photo systems, and,

photo techniques while diving,

Open to snorkelers, Open Water Diver students* and certified divers.

Skill development can be conducted in a pool/confined water or in open water.

Level Two

Make your photographs even better.

Learn about file formats, resolution settings, making images lighter or darker, getting good color, photo composition, download of photographs to a computer and adjusting them to look their best.

Open to snorkelers and certified divers.

Skill development to be conducted in open water.

PADI AWARE Coral Reef Conservation

1 day

You may have already visited (or plan) to visit a coral reef.
The AWARE - Coral Reef Conservation Specialty Course provides information for divers and non divers about the plight of the world's coral reefs.

Learn how coral reefs function and why they are so important.
Learn why reefs are in serious trouble and what we can do to prevent further decline.

A knowledge base for proper interaction while touring a reef.

PADI Altitude Diver

2 - 3 days

Any time you are diving at 300 to 3000 metres/1000 to 10,000 feet above sea level, you're altitude diving. If you want to explore the hidden world of a mountain lake, the PADI Altitude Diver Specialty course is for you.

PADI Underwater Videographer

1 - 3 days

The PADI Underwater Videographer Specialty course includes:
Selection, maintenance, care and handling of underwater
video equipment.
Safe diving practices while using underwater video equipment.
Exposure, focus, and maintaining color with video equipment.
Shot types, lengths and camera moves
Developing a story line and shot sequencing
Planning, organization, procedures, techniques and problems of underwater videography.

PADI Boat Diver

1 - 2 days

 

Whether you’ve never made a boat dive or you’ve logged dozens, the PADI Boat Diver Specialty course can benefit almost every diver because different boats in different parts of the world do things differently.

PADI Drift Diver

1 - 2 days


Drift Diving is especially suited to areas with mild to strong current with long reefs, kelp forests or other topography. Diving with current means large distance with little effort is possible. Glide past aquatic life and underwater formations, the experience of underwater flight.

Can be conducted from a boat in open ocean, also, from shore in rivers and areas with strong tidal currents.

PADI Surface Marker Buoy Diver

1-2 days

Knowledge and techniques for use of surface marker buoys (SMBs) and delayed surface marker buoys (DSMBs).

Surface marker buoys serve a range of purposes that include marking boundaries for mapping or search and recovery, or alerting boat
traffic to the presence of divers, or providing a line as a visual reference for
ascending divers.

PADI Delayed Surface Marker Buoy

1-2 days

Knowledge and techniques for use of surface marker buoys (SMBs) and delayed surface marker buoys (DSMBs).

Surface marker buoys serve a range of purposes that include marking boundaries for mapping or search and recovery, or alerting boat
traffic to the presence of divers, or providing a line as a visual reference for
ascending divers.

PADI Enriched Air Diver

1 - 2 days

Dive with Enriched Air (Nitrox) - a breathing gas mix with oxygen content of between 22% and 40%.
Understand the benefits and limits when diving with Enriched Air.

PADI Deep Diver

1 - 2 days

 

Deep diving opens the door
to many new exciting dive sites like deeper wrecks, reefs and walls. As a rule, divers tend to be adventurous people, and deep diving – whether to visit a wreck or take
photos – can certainly be called adventurous.

It’s only natural that like most divers, you have some interest in deep diving.

PADI AWARE Dive Against Debris

1 - 2 days

Marine animals and seabirds die from marine debris (eating or getting tangled).

Marine debris damages habitats, makes coastal areas unattractive and is expensive to remove.
Individuals, businesses and governments need to make
changes and prevent  rubbish from entering the ocean.
Changes can be driven with an accurate picture of the marine debris problem.

Dive Against Debris surveys help build a picture from an underwater perspective. The data collected via Dive Against Debris helps drive changes that protect marine life and marine environments.

PADI Project AWARE Specialist

1 day

The Project AWARE Specialty program is a non diving program designed to familiarize divers and non divers with the plight of aquatic ecosystems around the world.

It also describes what individuals can do to help protect aquatic resources.

Goals of this course are to familiarize participants with:
• The role Project AWARE Foundation plays in protecting aquatic ecosystems worldwide.
• The importance, and the interdependent nature, of aquatic ecosystems.
• The pertinent issues concerning the environmental status of underwater environments, such as pollution, fisheries and coastal zone management.
• Information needed to take specific actions to help conserve underwater
environments.

PADI AWARE Shark Conservation

1 - 2 days

Sharks maintain balance in populations of prey species and keep the ocean clean.

Sharks are an important resource to local economies through fishing and as an attraction to dive tourists.
Overfishing reduces shark populations around the world - some species is at risk.

AWARE Shark Conservation Divers contribute towards conservation of sharks via education and awareness of issues, inspiring to others to help protect sharks.

PADI Diver Propulsion Vehicle

1 - 2 days

Diver Propulsion Vehicles (DPV's) - also known as an Underwater Motor Scooters (UMS's), and Sub Aquatic Vehicles (SAV's) - allow you, for a given dive duration, to travel faster and cover more ground -  they are also lots of fun.

The DPV does work for you, it helps to reduce your exertion and air consumption.

Once you start using a DPV, you’ll want to have one all the time!

Extend your adventures – go further, stay longer, and see more.

PADI Equipment Specialist

1 - 2 days

Become familiar with the operation and maintenance of equipment (It is not an equipment repair course, except for very minor servicing).

The Equipment Specialist course includes:
Theory, principles and operation of diving equipment.

Routine, recommended care and maintenance procedures, and equipment storage.
Common problems with equipment and recommended professional maintenance procedures Simple suggestions for comfortable equipment configurations and an introduction to new equipment.

PADI AWARE Fish Identification

1 - 2 days

Introduction to the most common families and
species of fish found in temperate and tropical waters.

Learn basic fish identification and scientific surveying techniques.

PADI Full Face Mask Diver

1 - 3 days

Many recreational divers like diving with a full face mask because they can breathe from their nose.

Public safety divers consider full face masks standard gear because they protect the eyes and nose from contaminants in the water, and allow for communication.

A full face mask provides more comfort and protection in extremely cold water – when combined with a dry suit (including dry gloves and boots), a diver can enjoy the beauty of cold-water dive sites in full comfort.

Full face masks can be fitted with communication gear, these masks let divers talk with each other and surface support.

PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy

1 - 2 days

The Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Diver course philosophy is to polish a diver's buoyancy control beyond the Open Water Diver level to be more efficient - saving air and energy - and help the diver avoid damage to the aquatic environment.

PADI Digital Underwater Photography (Snorkel)

1 - 3 days

A two-part introduction to
digital underwater photography centered around today’s point and shoot digital cameras.

Develop knowledge, skills and practical techniques necessary to obtain excellent photographs with a digital camera (basics of digital underwater photography).

Level One

Introduction to skills and knowledge.

Learn about the equipment,

preparation of underwater photo systems, and,

photo techniques while diving,

Open to snorkelers, Open Water Diver students* and certified divers.

Skill development can be conducted in a pool/confined water or in open water.

Level Two

Make your photographs even better.

Learn about file formats, resolution settings, making images lighter or darker, getting good color, photo composition, download of photographs to a computer and adjusting them to look their best.

Open to snorkelers and certified divers.

Skill development to be conducted in open water.

PADI Search and Recovery Diver

1 - 2 days

Many factors affect success or failure of search and recovery conducted underwater.
Learn systematic and methodical approaches to Search and Recovery of submerged objects.

Develop techniques for locating and retrieving lost articles (large and small), while avoiding disturbance to delicate marine life.
 

PADI Underwater

Navigator

1 - 3 days

Scuba divers can successfully reach their intended mark by integrating natural navigation techniques (environmental observation) and their skill of using instruments like
the compass.
Few moments in diving compare with the satisfaction and pride you feel when you navigate a
distance or specific navigation pattern and hit your mark dead-on.

PADI Self Reliant Diver

2 - 3 days

Two reasons an experienced diver might take the Self-Reliant diver course:
To develop planning skills to carry out a dive without a partner.
To sharpen self-reliance diving skills, making a diver a stronger partner in a dive pair or team.

PADI Sidemount

2 - 3 days 

Use, benefits, configuration and assembly of sidemount equipment for recreational diving.

Knowledge, skills and techniques to safely dive with sidemount.

Orientation to proper techniques and equipment used in Sidemount diving.
 

PADI Adaptive Techniques

1 - 2 days

PADI® Professionals who want to become more aware of individual considerations when working with people who have physical or mental challenges

PADI’s approach to diver education is (and always has been) inclusive:

Everyone who meets a course’s prerequisites is welcome to enroll.

The PADI Adaptive Techniques Specialty course builds on that foundation by enhancing the training PADI Professionals receive, and preparing them for student-centered and prescriptive approaches when adapting techniques to meet diver needs.

PADI Wreck Diver

1 - 3 days

You may find yourself attracted to the challenge of exploring the wreck, or a fascination with its historical nature.

Underwater photographers love wrecks for picture potential.

Some wrecks quickly become artificial reefs.

Wrecks are typically ships, but can include railroad cars, aircraft and automobiles.

Wreck sites range from those open to novice to those only accessible by the most experienced technical divers.
Expand your knowledge - wreck diving law, hazards to avoid, how to research wrecks, wreck diving equipment, basics of penetrating a wreck and responsible interaction with aquatic life.

PADI Public Safety Diver

3 - 5 days

If you have the opportunity to work with local authorities and be part of a scuba diving rescue team, or conduct search and recovery dives, and maybe even underwater criminal investigations, this is the course for you.

Public safety diving can be fun and exciting, however, it is serious and requires special training.

The PADI Public Safety Diver Specialty course gives you a solid foundation to build upon and teaches you both surface and underwater skills that you may need on the job.

PADI Adaptive Support Dive Course

1 - 2 days

Want to learn how to best support a dive buddy who has a physical or mental challenge?

The PADI® Adaptive Support Diver course will increase your awareness of divers’ varying abilities, and explores adaptive techniques to apply while diving or freediving with a buddy with a disability.

PADI Surface Support Specialist

2 - 3 days

If you have the opportunity to work with local authorities and be part of a scuba diving rescue team, or conduct search and recovery dives, and maybe even underwater criminal investigations, this is the course for you.

Public safety diving can be fun and exciting, however, it is serious and requires special training.

The PADI Public Safety Diver Specialty course gives you a solid foundation to build upon and teaches you both surface and underwater skills that you may need on the job.

PADI Limited Visibility / No Visibility Diver

1 - 2 days

Ever considered your ability to dive safely where you have limited visibility? Imagine you can't see much (if anything at all).

How can you monitor your air consumption if you can't see your pressure gauge?

Learn to manage a dive where poor visibility conditions may exist, o ensure a safe dive.

Low/No Visibility Diver course will primarily teach divers how to successfully complete dives to perform tasks such as locating lost objects, sampling substrate conditions, researching water/site conditions etc.

PADI Underwater Communication

1 - 3 days

Conducting dives with communication gives the ability to deliver information, clear instructions, rather than using gestures that cause confusion or be misinterpreted. Communications are often essential, and, in cases, can save human life.

People working underwater need communicate with colleagues (underwater and surface) for logistical support and safety. The same is true for people whose business is teaching, education, or recreation.

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