From giving it a go at the local pool with a “Try Dive” course to receiving an internationally recognised Open Water Certification with PADI, we offer training for all comfort and ability levels.
The PADI advanced open water course is designed to build your confidence as a certified diver, the course will build on your open water certification adding skills and experience in areas of diving which interests you. The course features a number of modules which you can chose from, all you have to do is complete five of them two are compulsory Deep and Navigation. Divecor will work with you and help you select what interest you and what you can complete with us (ice and cavern diving may prove tricky off our shores).
The course will consist of:
An Advanced open water diver pack (PADI advanced open water manual, SMB, whistle, Advanced diver slate and DVD.
On completion of 5 open water dives and the 5 related chapters in the advanced open water manual, thinking like a diver knowledge section plus completing the knowledge review at the end of each chapter, you will receive your advanced certification qualifying you to a depth of 30m. Your instructor will work with you to complete the knowledge reviews, there is no test/exam for this course.
An example course:
Peak Performance Buoyancy. 1 dive
Search and Recovery. 1 dive
Navigation (Compulsory). 1 dive
Deep (Compulsory). 1 dive
Wreck. 1 dive
Other common options are:
Delayed Surface Marker Buoy
Digital Underwater Image
Dive against Debris
Diver Propulsion Vehicle
Full Face Mask
On completion of the course you will receive your PADI advanced open water certification card this will allow you to dive to 30m.
PADI Open Water Diver Qualification or Equivalent.
Age 12-15 years of age (max depth 21m and only dive with a certified adult).
10 – 11 years of age may complete the Junior Adventure diver ask for details.
Not included are equipment rental, transport, entry to dive sites and Boat fees.
If you have not completed your certifications with us we will need to see your log book and if you haven’t dived in a while a skill session in confined water would be recommended.