SCUBA Refresher

Description

If you are an accredited diver but haven’t been in the water for some time (PADI recommend six months), then it might be sensible to review your skills with a PADI Professional. We tend to be asked for a review by two types of divers: those who just want someone to help them remember skills and then take them into the sea and those who want to revisit their course and retake abbreviated tests and knowledge reviews.

 

For the first category, we offer our own course, which covers the basic skill requirements and ensures that divers are competent and safe in the open water. This is also very useful for those who have learned their skills overseas and would like to go cold water diving for the first time.

 

For those who want a more comprehensive refresher, we offer the PADI SCUBA Review course, which includes theory, skills circuit and open water dive.

 

Age Range

Any

Prerequisites

PADI Open Water Diver or above

Price

PADI SCUBA Review £100.00

Viewpoint SCUBA Refresher £75.00

 

 

Contact us to book or find out more


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