The PADI Scuba Diver Course is perfect for people who do not have time to finish the entire Open Water Course whether due to time restraints or other reasons.
The Scuba Diver Course is usually completed in two days. It covers the first three modules of the open water course including three pool sessions and two open water dives, to a max depth of twelve metres.
The Scuba Diver certification is a great way to check if you like diving before taking the Open Water Course and once completed
The Adventure Course is ideal for those who recently finished the Open Water Course and would like to do a few more dives towards the Advance Course. It is also great for those that do not have the time to finish the Advanced Open Water Course and wish to gain some more experience.
Exploration, Excitement, Experience!
The underwater world is immense and full of breathtaking stuff to do and see, and now you are a qualified Diver does not mean you stop learning, the entire underwater world reveals itself right before your eyes.
The PADI Advanced Open Water Course is a hugely popular course and is taken after the Open Water course.
AOW is intended to develop your understanding and while at the same time take your scuba skills to the next level and will also add five different diving experiences to your logbook.
An Excellent follow on course from your Open Water Cert
To complete the course you must make five dives and as with the Open Water Course you will be given a book to read. Then and you read the relevant five chapters which correspond with your particular course, each with its own knowledge review section.
The Nitrox Course is the ultimate Liveaboard course, in fact, many dive operations offer a heavily discounted course onboard their boats.
Many Liveaboard companies offer free Nitrox to divers some have a small surcharge per tank, no matter what. Nitrox is the Gas Blend for multiple diving days.
The course itself only takes a day, there is, like many PADI courses a short video to watch. Your instructor will then explain and elaborate in further and at the end of the day. You will be required to take a final exam.
There’s something thrilling and mystifying about diving deeper dive sites. Sometimes it’s a wreck that attracts down there or a deeper reef with hunting white tip reef sharks.
Whatever it is, to scuba dive with confidence at depths down to 40 metres/130 feet, it’s highly recommended you take the PADI Deep Diver Specialty course.
Wreck Diver Course:
There are quite a few wreck dives in Thailand like the King Cruiser off Phuket or the HTMS Kletkaew near Phi Phi Island and Marla's mystery off Racha Yai. Plus many More specialities here.
The PADI Rescue Diver Course is both challenging, rewarding and possibly the most interesting course that is taught before moving on to the professional levels.
The course is designed to impart the very important safety aspects of scuba diving. Also, it builds on the previous courses you have already taken so far. It will prepare you for many issues that may arise while diving and how to deal with them.
We believe this is one of the fundamental training courses in the whole PADI system. This because practicing CPR First aid and CPR are good skills for anyone involved in adventure sport. And, you will also need a certification to be able to complete the Rescue Dive Course.
Scuba Diving is a way of life for only a handful of people, yet it is not a closed shop. Scuba diving for a living can become your reality too. It is the best job in the world.
Can you imagine waking up in the morning looking out of the Liveaboard dive boat window, stretching the sleep out of your limbs; as your yawn turns to a broad smile, watching, as the beautiful sunrise slowly breaks the water in the distance.
Because you know that today, like yesterday, you will be diving in on some of the most beautiful reefs in the world. Will you see Sharks and Mantas, will you find Seahorses today, and will that Giant Moray Eel come out of his hole. Have you wondered what it would be like to dive for a living?