The Professional Association of Diving Instructors is the leading diver certification organization in the world. Since the 1967 PADI has certified more than 24 Million divers, averaging close to 900,000 per year. So when divers are interested to learn how to dive? PADI is the first organization that rolls off their lips. Look at the line up of courses below and contact me if you have any questions on how I can get you, your friends or family certified and diving safely!
PADI Bubblemaker™ Ages 8+
Bubblemaker™ experience is as fun as it sounds. kids will have the opportunity to breathe underwater for the first time and friends and family can be there to offer support and encouragement. Participants will also learn how to use basic scuba gear in a safe and effective way, preparing them for future endeavors.
PADI SEAL TEAM Ages 8+
This extended experience is for young divers who are looking for action and adventure. They embark on a journey to complete 5 Aqua missions to secure their PADI Seal Team membership. Then they have the choice to become a PADI Master Seal Team member after completing 10 specialty Aqua Missions.
LEARN TO DIVE!
Perfect for those who have been out of the water for awhile.
Learn to Dive. The Open Water Diver course is your entry level diver training certification recognized world wide!
Learn Advanced Diving Techniques to open your world of diving beyond entry level basics
Rescue Diver is for those who want to be prepared or are planning to be a dive professional
Master Diver is the highest non professional rating you can acquire.
ENRICHED AIR DIVER
UNDERWATER DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER
PEAK PERFORMANCE BUOYANCY
EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST SPECIALTY
PROJECT AWARE INSTRUCTOR
PROJECT AWARE CORAL REEF CONSERVATION INSTRUCTOR
Be a Divemaster and turn Pro!
Whether you enter the water as a dive student or your a seasoned diver. Dive equipment will be foremost on your mind.
An entry level diver your decision to buy your first set of gear is a big one. The dive equipment selection available to you can be quite daunting, because you have no familiarity to anything on the market. Your local dive shop can be very helpful pointing you in the right direction, but they will be pushing the brands they sell. Which can be a good or bad thing depending on your taste or budget. So shop around and do some research you maybe pleasantly surprised to find something you really want that your dive shop maybe able to get in.
As a seasoned diver your equipment will start to look old or run down and eventually the time will come where you need to update your gear. So you too will need to do some research online. You may find something very cool that you want that will make updating your gear some much sooner. Better to upgrade than have something to fail underwater. Or you may have the experience I did when your dive computer with transmitter blacks out at 150ft 6minutes into your dive!
Check out https://watchyourselves.com/ Its a great site to look over various dive computers