New dive skills, new dive adventures
As a certified scuba diver you’ve already experienced the thrill of exploring parts of the underwater world, but know there’s more to discover.
Whether you’re looking for new dive adventures, to improve your scuba skills, or both at once, going diving and taking another dive course will help you gain more confidence and meet more dive buddies.
Been a while since your last scuba dive? It happens. But, what do you do in a current? What's the signal for "turn the dive"? What are the steps to a predive safety check? What is a predive safety check?
If it's been more than a few months since you last dived it's a good idea to ReActivate to refresh essential dive skills and information.
Exploration, excitement and experiences. Once you have qualified as an Open Water Diver you'll want to carry on diving and this is the natural next step.
You don’t have to be “advanced” to take this course– it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning your Open Water Diver certification. You'll build confidence and expand your scuba skills through five different Adventure Dives and qualify to dive to 30 metres.
This first aid course is a must for divers and non-divers alike. Accidents and illnesses can happen at home, at work or while out and about. This course prepares you to be able to provide help to those in need.
PADI Emergency First Response (EFR) is the fastest-growing international CPR, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid training organisation.
The EFR course encompasses adult, child and infant CPR skills and provides AED and First Aid training.
The Master Scuba Diver rating is the highest non-professional rating a diver can achieve.
It's the 'black belt' of diving! It shows that you have a wide range of experience in a variety of diving conditions as well as being well equiped to help other divers in an emergency. To achieve it you need to qualify as Rescue Diver, have 5 Speciality courses and have 50 logged dives.