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PADI Adventure Diver
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 Adventure Diver Course involves completing three of the five dives you complete for your Advanced Open Water Diver Course, so is a great stepping stone to your next qualification.
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
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.
PADI Rescue Diver
“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. As a Rescue Diver you will be prepared to deal with any problems or incidents that occur while you are diving and is a must for every serious diver.
PADI Master Scuba Diver
Gain the highest non professional PADI qualification with the Master Scuba Diver rating. As a Master Scuba Diver you will be recognised as an experienced diver with a significant amount of training in different dive environments. Whatever you current level of training the Master Scuba Diver rating should be your ultimate goal. To gain this qualification you will need to complete the PADI Open Water , Advanced Open Water and Rescue Diver Course and five PADI specialties. You will also need to have completed a minimum of 50 dives.
We run a full range of PADI specialty courses. For further details of a particular course and scheduling contact us at the shop.
AWARE - Coral Reef Conservation
The AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Speciality course teaches you about the world’s coral reefs. As a scuba diver, the health of aquatic ecosystems is often what makes a good dive. Become aware of the fragility of coral reefs and how you can help preserve them.
PADI Boat Diver
Diving from a boat allows you to reach many fantastic dive sites that you just cannot get to from the shore. To get the most from your dives you will need to know how to dive safely from a boat.
PADI Deep Diver
After your first few scuba dives, you soon want to explore a bit deeper. There’s something exciting and mysterious about the depth that attracts dives. Completing the Deep Diver Speciality will allow you to safely dive to 40 metres.
PADI Digital Underwater Photography
Underwater photography is one of the most popular diving specialities, and the rise of digital underwater photography has made it easier and more fun than ever to take pictures underwater. Whether you just want to be able to show your friends what diving is all about, or want to make underwater photography your hobby this is the ideal starting point for you.
PADI Dive Propulsion Vehicle Diver
Diver Propulsion Vehicles are great fun and an excellent way to cover a lot of ground on a dive. If you fancy being like James Bond take a look at this one.
Living in the UK, drysuit diving is a must! Being able to dive in a drysuit will make your diving more comfortable and so more enjoyable and will extend the dive season so that you can get the most out of your diving and dive all year round.
PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider
Be the one ready to help a fellow diver should the need arise by becoming a PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider. Breathe easy—knowing that you know how to recognize illnesses treatable by emergency oxygen. Being the best buddy you can be means being prepared – especially in a time of need.
PADI Enriched Air Diver
The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular speciality scuba diving course, and it’s easy to see why. Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression dive time. This means more time underwater, especially on repetitive scuba dives. You can typically stay down longer and get back the water sooner. No wonder many divers choose this as their very first speciality.
PADI Equipment Specialist
Whether it's a blown o-ring, regulator problem, wetsuit tear or a broken fin strap, you can learn how to manage basic scuba equipment adjustments. As a PADI Equipment Specialist, you are prepared for the basic scuba equipment maintenance, care and adjustments you'll encounter. In addition, you'll learn interesting background information about how your gear works and other information that helps you with your equipment investment.
PADI Multilvevel Diver
Maximize your dive time so you can explore more! In this course, you learn how to plan dives that extend your bottom time by crediting you for slower nitrogen absorption when you ascend to a shallower depth. You will learn how to plan multilevel dives with the eRDPml and with a dive computer.
PADI Night Diver
Diving at night is a whole new experience. Even at a familiar dive site you will see a whole new world at night, with different creatures out and about. There is something amazingly tranquil about diving at night. Sign up for this course and find out for yourself.
PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver
Good buoyancy control is a critical skill when scuba diving. You will be more comfortable, use less air, get longer dives and see more if you have your buoyancy sorted. The Peak Performance Buoyancy Course refines the buoyancy skills that you have learned to date and takes them to the next level.
The underwater world needs heroes. You can be one of them by championing the causes of the world’s most fragile and important aquatic ecosystems. You can make a difference. Learn about some of the most pressing problems facing these vulnerable environments and everyday actions you can take to help conserve them. It’s informative, interesting and most importantly, you learn how to make a difference.
PADI Search and Recovery Diver
Have you ever dropped something in the water? Are you looking for lost “treasure”? The PADI Search and Recovery Diver Speciality course will teach you effective ways to find objects underwater and bring them to the surface.
PADI Self Reliant Diver Specialty
Although most dives are made with a buddy, an experienced diver may want or need to make dives without a partner. During the Self-Reliant Diver course you learn about potential risks of diving alone and the value of equipment redundancy and necessary back-up gear. During three scuba dives you develop the skills for self-reilance and independence, while becoming a stronger partner in a dive pair team.
PADI SMB Speciality
A surface marker buoy is an essential bit of dive kit, particularly when boat diving whether in the UK or abroad. Learn how to use one safely by completing this distinctive PADI speciality.
PADI Underwater Naturalist
Look closer to see more on your next dive. Look for symbioses, predator/prey and other relationships between aquatic plant and animal life. Learn not just what fish and animals are, but how they interact with each other and the environment. Learn about why some creatures behave the way they do and what their role is in the aquatic ecosystem.
PADI Underwater Navigator
Being able to navigate is an essential skill for all divers. Good navigation will mean that you make the most of every dive, getting to where you want to go and seeing what you want to see. Poor navigation can mean you waste your whole dive searching for what you went in to see. Its not hard, but it takes a bit of work. Invest some time in your navigation skills and you will never look back.
PADI Wreck Diver
Whether sunk on purpose as an artificial reef or the result of mishap, wrecks open fascinating windows to the past. Most divers find wrecked ships, airplanes and even automobiles nearly irresistible because they’re intriguing to explore and usually teeming with aquatic life. The PADI Wreck Diver course teaches you the ins and outs of rewarding, responsible wreck diving.