PADI Bubblemaker

Description

This is a two hour session for children over the age of 8, who want to experience SCUBA diving in the safe confines of a swimming pool. It gives them a taste of what it is like to breathe underwater and to imagine being in the sea with fish and other creatures once they reach the age of 10. The course is designed for children and includes underwater games and toys.

Age Range

The minimum age is 8 but particpants must be comfortable in the water, however no prior experience is necessary. Parental approval is required.

Prerequisites

None

Price

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4 days ago

This weather is not good at present so quiet club dive today, suppose to be better next week, let’s hope so or we will all need refreshers.
Anybody up for dry courses like
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Any of the many EFR first aid courses we run from primary and secondary care to wilderness outdoors or maybe instructor courses.
O2 administration
Or even a play session at pool on full face masks with COMMS, or old and new twin hose solutions or even semi closed rebreathers, or you may just want refresh your skills and practice rescue drills.

Remember we are also a DDI centre so offer surface assistance or verified assistant.

Hope to see you all soon.
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5 days ago

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2 weeks ago

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