PADI SCUBA Diver

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This course is part of the PADI Open Water Diver Course or Junior Open Water Diver course and includes approximately the first half of the Knowledge Reviews, the first half of the confined water dives and the first half of the open water dives. The course will give credit against the PADI Open Water Diver / Junior Open Water Diver course, either at Viewpoint Diving Cornwall or any other PADI centre. PADI SCUBA Divers can only dive with a PADI Professional until they have completed the PADI Open Water Diver / Junior Open Water Diver course.

The course takes two days during which dives are mixed with knowledge development to give a varied and exciting experience for all ages.

All equipment and course materials are provided.

Those under 15 years old will be accredited as PADI Junior SCUBA Divers and will automatically be upgraded to PADI SCUBA Diver when they reach 15 (certification cards are not automatically upgraded).

Age Range

To enroll in a PADI Open Water Diver course (or Junior Open Water Diver course), you must be 10 years old or older. You need adequate swimming skills and need to be in good physical health. No prior experience with SCUBA diving is required. Parental approval is required for participants under 18.

Prerequisites

You must be able to swim at least 50 meters and be in fair health.

Price

Please visit our price list page by clicking here

Participants who have completed the PADI Discover Local Diving experience with Viewpoint Diving Cornwall in the previous month will have the cost of the PADI Discover Local Diving Course credited against the cost of the PADI Open Water course.

SPECIAL OFFER: If you purchase Mask, Snorkel, Fins, BCD, Regulator Set, Suit, Gloves and Boots from Viewpoint Diving Cornwall at the time of the course, then the course will be provided Free of Charge.

 

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