Do your Dive course online with PADI
Darran has completed a dive
In the aquarium with the sharks.
He is a quadriplegic we have been training.
After many many hours and days in the pool
Brandon and Darran dived in the predator tank
With the ragged tooth sharks, part of a dream Darran is working on.
Remember disabled does not mean unable!
Reach for your dreams you can achieve them.
Are you ready to change your life?
Embark on a journey to explore a whole new world untouched by the frantic pace
of everyday life.
Scuba Diving provides a thrill and adventure
unmatched by anything else. Start your adventure today, learn to
scuba dive online with PADI...
PADI Open Water Diver Course Online:
- What does it cover?
- How does it work?
- What does it cost?
How does it work?
After enrolling, PADI’s eLearning system presents
you with interactive presentations that include videos, audio, graphics
and reading. Short quizzes let you gauge your progress, and review
and correct anything you might happen to miss. This lets you move
through the program efficiently and at your own pace.
What does it cover?
The PADI Open Water Diver course
is, by far, the world’s most popular scuba certification course.
Millions of people have started diving as certified PADI Open Water
Divers. Learning to scuba dive requires both knowledge
development (facts, principles, concepts) and motor procedures (skills,
techniques, methods). The PADI Open Water Diver Course online provides
the knowledge development portion you need. You develop the remaining
skills by actually diving with a PADI Instructor at your local PADI
Dive Center or Resort.
What does it cost?
The PADI Open Water Diver Course online is $120 (US) nonrefundable.
The fee covers your knowledge development training and gives you
unlimited access to an electronic version of the PADI Open
Water Diver Manual (course textbook). Your PADI Dive Center
or Resort will charge an additional fee for the inwater portion
of your certification. You will also need to purchase a mask, snorkel,
pair of fins, and other personal dive equipment. Your PADI Dive
Center or Resort will guide you through this process and may suggest
additional equipment along with the required purchase of a Recreational
Dive Planner (Table or eRDP version) and a log book.
To get started today, follow the registration steps by clicking on the image
beneath in which you will be redirected to the PADI eLearning website then