Who can take part?
To enrol on the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course you must have the PADI Open Water Diver qualification or equivalent qualification from another organisation. Divers between the ages of 12 and 14 will receive the Junior Advanced Open Water Diver qualification.
What does the course involve?
Knowledge Development, to understand what each adventure dive entails
5 Open Water Dives, Navigation and deep are compulsory, you can then chose 3 further dives
If you select the drysuit dive, a drysuit orientation will be conducted in the pool prior to open water training at no extra cost.
How long will it take?
The dives are normally conducted over two Saturdays. Options for completing the course dive by dive are also available. If completing a drysuit adventure dive you will also complete a pool training session. There will be some home study.
How do I book a course?
We have courses running regularly throughout the year. To book your place on the next course all we need is a £100 deposit. This will secure a place and we will enrol you for your eLearning code. You can email us on or call us if you have any further questions.
When you have completed your PADI Advanced Open Water course you may want to expand your knowledge towards the safety of yourself and your fellow divers, why not take the next step and sign up for the PADI Rescue Diver course, this course is ideal for those who have completed their PADI Advanced Open Water course and are looking to broaden their knowledge and experience. We also have a range of specialties from Underwater Navigation, Wreck and Deep to learning about life below the sea.
*The course fees include provision of any equipment required, all tuition fees and certification fees to PADI. Entry fees and transport to dive sites are not included.