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Ocean 5 Dive Courses : The Way The World Lean to Dive – Enjoy underwater

Learn to Dive
PADI DISCOVER SCUBA

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to breathe underwater?
While not an actual scuba certification, during the Discover Scuba Diving experience you’ll learn how to use scuba equipment in shallow water and get a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world.

BUBBLE MAKER (8 yr +)
What a great way to introduce children to scuba diving in a pool in less than 2 meters/ 6 feet.
Youngsters can join in the family fun of scuba diving or even start a trend! Children should be comfortable in the water, but they don’t have to be super swimmers.

PADI SCUBA DIVER
Don’t have the time for a full course? Then try our limited certification Scuba Diver Course including two dives over two days. Allows you to dive to a maximum depth of 12m with a dive professional.

PADI OPEN WATER DIVER
The Way the World Learns to Dive!! The PADI Open Water Diver course…

Beginning with some video’s & knowledge reviews followed by practicing skills in our pool during some training sessions.  Then comes the best part – getting wet…  Four Open Water training dives at some of the best dive sites!  After this certification you will be able to go diving with your buddy around the world until 18m!

Continued Education
Adventure Diver

The PADI Adventure Diver Course
The PADI Adventure Diver course helps you get more out of diving by introducing you to new types of scuba diving adventures. It’s a great opportunity to work with your instructor to build your scuba diving skills and gain more confidence.

The Fun Part
Have you always wanted to try digital underwater photography? How about wreck diving? Here’s your chance because you can sample three dives of your choice, get a taste of what you like, and feel more at ease in the water, strengthening your underwater skills and letting you enjoy scuba diving more than ever.

Get credit! Each Adventure Dive may be credited toward the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty course. This means you can be well on your path to becoming a Master Scuba Diver.

What You Learn
You can choose what you’re most interested in learning. Need to work on your buoyancy skills? Try the Peak Performance Buoyancy Adventure Dive. Want to know what you’re looking at down there? Try the AWARE-Fish Identification Adventure Dive. Choose any three of the following Adventure Dives:

Advanced Open Water Diver
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course

Exploration, Excitement, Experiences.
They’re what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. And no, you don’t have to be “advanced” to take it – it’s designed so you can go straight into it after the PADI Open Water Diver course.  The Advanced Open Water Diver course helps you increase your confidence and build your scuba skills so you can become more comfortable in the water.  This is a great way to get more dives under your belt while continuing to learn under the supervision of your PADI instructor.  This course builds on what you’ve learned and develops new capabilities by introducing you to new activities and new ways to have fun scuba diving.

You’ll hone your skills by completing five adventure dives that introduce you to:
•Underwater navigation
•Deeper water diving  (typically anywhere from 18-30 metres/ 60-100 feet)
•A sampler of three more Adventure Dives of your choice

The Fun Part: Your Choice
One reason you’ll love the Advanced Open Water Diver course is that you and your instructor choose from 15 types of Adventure Dives to complete your course. You can try your hand at digital underwater photography, wreck diving, night diving, diving with underwater scooters, peak performance buoyancy and much more.

•Get credit! Each Adventure Dive in the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course may credit toward the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty Diver course.

Prerequisites
To take this course, you must be:
•A PADI Open Water Diver  (or qualifying certification from another training organization)
•15 years old (12 for Junior Advanced Open Water Diver)

Start the Advanced Open Water Diver Course Online

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is part of PADI eLearning®. The Advanced Open Water Diver Course Online gets you started right now with the background information you need for the seven of the most popular Adventure Dives (though you and your instructor can still choose any of the Adventure Dives.)  Start Now!

What You LearnThe knowledge and skills you get in the Advanced Open Water Diver course vary with your interest and the adventures you have, but include

•Practical aspects of deep diving
•Physiological effects of deeper scuba diving.
•More ways to use your underwater compass
•How to navigate using kick-cycles, visual landmarks and time
•How to better use your dive computer and electronic Recreational Dive PlannerTM (eRDPTM)
•And much, much more, depending on the Adventure Dives you choose

Get College Credit
You may be able to earn college credit for the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course

The Scuba Gear You Use

You use all the basic scuba gear  including your underwater compass. Depending on which three adventure dives you pick, you may also try out underwater photography equipment , DPVs (underwater scooters), a dive light a dry suit, lift bags, a dive flag/float or other specialty gear.

Check with your local dive shop about gear rentals and packages offered with this course. You can find most everything at the scuba diving shop.

The Learning Materials You Need

PADI’s Adventures in Diving Manual and DVD provide information on more than 16 types of specialty diving.You’ll use them as a guidebook to improve your diving skills and prepare for new experiences and adventures.

Curious about night diving? Flip to the night diving chapter. Once you’ve previewed the skills, your instructor will guide you on your first night diving adventure. Having trouble with underwater navigation? Review the underwater navigation section then sign up for the Navgation Adventure Dive with your PADI Instructor.

Rescue Diver

The PADI Rescue Diver Course

“Challenging” and “rewarding” best describe the PADI Rescue Diver course. Building upon what you’ve already learned, this course expands on what you already know about how to prevent problems, and how to manage them if they occur.

The Fun Part
The fun part about this course is rising to challenges and mastering them. Most divers find this course both demanding and rewarding, and at the end, say it’s the best course they’ve ever taken.

Get College Credit

You may be able to earn college credit for the PADI Rescue Diver Course.

What You Learn
Self rescue
Recognizing and managing stress in other divers
Emergency management and equipment
Rescuing panicked divers
Rescuing unresponsive divers

The Scuba Gear You Use
You use all your basic scuba gear including a dive computer and accessories.

Check with your local dive shop about the gear you’ll use during this course. You can find most everything at the scuba diving shop in your area.

The Learning Materials You Need

The PADI Rescue Diver crewpak includes all materials required to complete the PADI Rescue Diver course – including a pocket mask. You’ll learn how to think like a rescue diver and preview skills you’ll practice with your PADI Instructor. Once your Rescue Diver course is complete, you can review the DVD to refresh your dive safety skills as needed. This tool box of knowledge and technique will give you the expertise to handle almost any emergency situation.

To purchase this product, contact your local PADI Instructor, dive shop or resort.

Prerequisites
To enroll in the PADI Rescue Diver course, you must

Be 15 years or older

Have a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification (or have a qualifying certification from another organization)

Be trained and current for first aid and CPR within the previous two years (Ask your instructor about Emergency First Response CPR and first aid courses).

Emergency First Response
CPR and First Aid: Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care

First aid and CPR are good skills for anyone involved in adventure sports – just in case. And, you need these skills for the PADI Rescue Diver course.

Emergency First Response is a PADI affiliate that specializes in teaching these lifesaving skills – and they’re for anyone, not just divers. Most PADI Instructors are also Emergency First Response Instructors!

The Fun Part

The fun part about Emergency First Response training is learning serious medical emergency response skills in an upbeat, positive environment. You gain the confidence that you are prepared to help in an emergency.

What You Learn in the EFR Primary and Secondary Care Courses
•BLS (Basic Life Support) CPR and rescue breathing at the layperson level
•AED (automated external defibrillator) use (optional)
•Preventing and caring for shock
•Spinal injury management
•Use of barriers to reduce disease transmission risk
•Basic first aid and first aid kit considerations

The Learning Materials You Need
Through a combination of independent study and skill practice with an instructor, you’ll build the confidence and skills to provide basic emergency care. The Primary and Secondary Care Manual and video on DVD preview emergency scenarios and provide step-by-step skill demonstrations.

The Emergency First Response Care at a Glance card is a quick-reference guide for emergency situations. Designed to fit in a glove compartment or backpack, the Care at a Glance card is an important component for any first-aid or disaster preparedness kit.

To purchase these products, contact your local PADI Instructor, dive shop or resort.

Prerequisites
To enroll in Emergency First Response courses, you must
•Care about other people and want to be able to assist them in a medical emergency

Divemaster
PADI Divemaster Course

Looking for the first step in working with scuba as a career? Your adventure into the professional levels of recreational scuba diving begins with the PADI Divemaster program. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, in this program you expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills to the professional level. PADI Divemaster training develops your leadership abilities, qualifying you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. PADI Divemaster is the prerequisite certification for both the PADI Assistant Instructor and PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certifications.

Get College Credit

You may be able to earn college credit for the PADI Divemaster course.

What You Learn

During the PADI Divemaster program, you learn dive leadership skills through both classroom and independent study. You complete water skills and stamina exercises, as well as training exercises that stretch your ability to organize and solve problems as well as help others improve their scuba. You put this knowledge into action through a structured internship or series of practical training exercises.

What You Can Teach

After becoming certified as a PADI Divemaster you will be authorized to:
•Supervise both training and non-training-related activities by planning, organizing and directing dives
•Assist a PADI Instructor during the training sessions for any PADI Diver course
•Conduct the PADI Skin Diver course and PADI Discover Snorkeling program
•Conduct the PADI Discover Local Diving experience
•Conduct the PADI Scuba Review program
•If qualified as a Discover Scuba Diving Leader, independently conduct the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program.
•Earn the PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty Instructor rating to be able to teach the PADI Digital Underwater Photographer specialty.
•Independently guide Open Water Diver course students on the tour portion of Open Water Diver course Training Dives 2, 3 and 4 at a ratio of two student divers per certified divemaster.
•Accompany Open Water Diver students under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor during:
•surface swims to and from the entry/exit point and during navigational exercises
•when the instructor conducts a skill, such as an ascent or descent, a Divemaster can remain with other student divers (with an individual student or buddy team)
•Accompany student divers during Adventure Dives or Specialty training dives under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor.
•Conduct the PADI Seal Team Skin Diver Specialist AquaMission
•Conduct subsequent dives under an instructor’s indirect supervision for Discover Scuba Diving participants after participants have satisfactorily completed the first dive with a PADI Instructor.
•Teach Emergency First Response courses after successfully completing an Emergency First Response Instructor course.

At a glance, compare what you can teach when you continue your professional diver education.

The Scuba Gear You Use

•You use all the basic scuba equipment and some scuba accessories such as a dive slate, dive knife, compass, dive watch, etc.
•It is highly recommended that you own all of your own scuba equipment, as familiarity with personal gear improves general scuba diving skills. You can find most everything at your local dive shop

The Learning Materials You Need

The PADI Divemaster crewpak includes everything you’ll need to start the PADI Divemaster program. The complete set of materials includes:

•The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving – a comprehensive overview of diving physics, physiology, and equipment.
•The Diving Knowledge Workbook – a self-study guide used in preparation for the Divemaster and Instructor exams.
•Divemaster slates
•PADI Divemaster Manual
•CD-ROM with instructor outlines for Divemaster-conducted programs (exclusive item not available for purchase separately)

To purchase this product, contact your local PADI Five Star IDC Dive Shop or Resort.

Prerequisites
To take this course, you must be:
•18 years old
•A PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization)
•A PADI Rescue Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization)
•An Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (or qualifying first aid and CPR training from another organization) course completion within the past 24 months.
•Have at least 20 dives to begin the course and 60 for certification
•Be fit for diving and submit a Medical Statement (PDF) signed by a physician within the last 12 months.

Other Courses That Will Prepare You for Success as a PADI Divemaster
Here are some suggestions for other PADI courses that will help make you more successful as a PADI Divemaster:
•Boat Diver
•Coral Reef Conservation
•Digital Underwater Photographer
•Emergency First Response Instructor
•Emergency Oxygen Provider
•Enriched Air Diver (You can even sign up for the PADI Enriched Air Course Online!)
•Equipment Specialist
•Night Diver
•Peak Performance Buoyancy
•Underwater Naturalist
•Underwater Navigation

Assistant Instructor
The PADI Assistant Instructor course

As a PADI Assistant Instructor, you not only gain additional experience as a PADI Professional scuba diver, but you also start learning the PADI System of diver education. You can act as an instructional scuba assistant and assume limited teaching responsibilities. It’s a great way to gain experience in order to become a scuba instructor!

The PADI Assistant Instructor Course can be conducted by all Five Star Dive Shops and Resorts and Five Star Instructor Development Centers and Resorts.  To find the one closest to you, please visit our Dive Shop Locator.

The PADI Assistant Instructor course is the first portion of the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) and when followed by the Open Water Scuba Instructor course (OWSI) and successful performance at the Instructor Examination (IE), leads to certification as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor.

The Fun Part
Get mentored while gaining hands-on experience teaching students

Get College Credit

You may be able to earn college credit for the PADI Assistant Instructor course.

What You Learn
You build upon your abilities to organize and supervise scuba diving activities, while concentrating on developing teaching skills. You learn through:
•Knowledge development through self-study, quizzes, lectures and presentations
•Confined water skill review and assessment, workshops and presentations
•Open water workshops, rescue assessment and candidate presentations

The PADI Assistant Instructor Course consists of these sections:
•Module 1: Academic Training
· PADI Discover Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Programs
· Developing Knowledge Development Presentations
· Teaching Project AWARE and Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialties
· Teaching in Confined Water
· Conducting Open Water Training Presentations
•Module 2: Independent Study
· Knowledge Development
•Module 3: Practical Application
· Confined Water and Open Water Teaching Presentations
· Standards Exam
· Dive Rescue Skills Assessment

What You Can Teach

In addition to the responsibilities and duties you already have as a PADI Divemaster, as a PADI Assistant Instructor you can:
•Teach academic presentations under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor
•During confined water dives, present initial skills training under the direct
•supervision of a PADI Instructor
•Evaluate Open Water Diver surface skills under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor
•Teach and certify  PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Divers under the direction of a PADI Instructor
•Teach Project AWARE Specialty courses
•Teach the AWARE Coral Reef Conservation specialty course
•Conduct PADI Discover Scuba Diving experiences in a pool or confined water
•Conduct PADI Seal Team AquaMissions
•Teach PADI Digital Underwater Photographer specialty courses under the direction of a PADI Instructor after earning the PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty Instructor rating

At a glance, compare what you can teach when you continue your professional diver education.

The Scuba Gear You Use
You use all the basic scuba equipment and some scuba accessories such as a dive slate, dive knife, compass, dive watch, etc.

It is highly recommended that you own all of your own scuba equipment, as familiarity with personal gear improves general scuba diving skills. You can find most everything at your local dive shop

The Learning Materials You Need
The PADI IDC crewpak includes all the materials needed to prepare for a PADI Assistant Instructor or Open Water Scuba Instructor course. The 23-item pack includes:
•Instructor cue cards for PADI’s core courses (OW, AOW, Rescue and Divemaster)
•IDC Candidate Workbook and related reference materials,
•Lesson planning slates for confined and open water
•Quiz and exam booklets for the core courses
•Specialty outlines for Project AWARE
•PADI Instructor Manual.
To purchase this product, contact your local PADI Five Star Dive Shop or Resort.

Prerequisites
You must

•Be a PADI Divemaster or qualifying certification from another certification organization
•Be at least 18 years old
•Have 60 logged dives, including night, deep, and navigation dives
•Have been a certified diver for at least 6 months
•Have CPR and First Aid Training within the last 24 months
•Be fit for diving and submit a Medical Statement (PDF) signed by a physician within the last 12 months
•Want a fun and exciting career!

EFR Instructor

The Emergency First Response Instructor Course
CPR and first aid are important skills that in high demand. As an Emergency First Response Instructor, you can teach these skills to anyone.

The Fun Part

Teach CPR and first aid to others so they can be prepared for an emergency.

Get College Credit

You may be able to earn college credit for the Emergency First Response Instructor Course.

What You Learn

Gain experience in how to structure learning, the requirements of performance-based training and your role as the instructor in the learning environment for teaching CPR and first aid.

You also learn how to motivate students, evaluate student knowledge, present course content effectively, become proficient in developing students’ hands-on skills practice sessions, and are taught how to present an effective scenario-based learning experience.

What You Can Teach

Learn how to conduct the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) and Emergency First Response Secondary Care (first aid) courses.

You also learn to conduct the recommended Automated External Defibrillator (AED), emergency oxygen and conscious choking management skills.

At a glance, compare what you can teach when you continue your professional diver education.

Learning Materials You Need
The EFR Instructor Start-up kit (product no. 60215) includes a complete set of instructional materials for each of the EFR courses. The specially-priced pack includes:

•Student manuals for Primary Secondary Care, Care for Children, and CPR/AED
•Student DVDs for Primary Secondary Care, Care for Children, and CPR/AED
•Instructor guides for Primary Secondary Care, Care for Children, and CPR/AED
•Student exams for Primary Secondary Care and Care for Children
•Bandage pack
•Care-at-a-Glance Card
•Marketing kit
•Red EFR duffel bag

To purchase this product, contact your local PADI Five Star IDC Dive Shop or Resort.

Prerequisites
You must

•Have successfully completed a sanctioned course in adult and child/infant CPR and basic first aid within the past 24 months.
•be at least 18 years old

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