Advanced diver courses

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  • PADI Advanced Diving Courses 

    By going beyond your Open Water Diver certification you can earn additional skills specific to your interests. Be more confident in and around the water. Continue to develop your dive skills. Better understand the aquatic world and Dive where only divers with Advanced training can.


    As in the PADI Open Water Course you can complet the theory  and book work here and then choose where in the world you would like to complete the Open water dives.


  • PADI Adventure Diver Certification 

    During the PADI Adventure Diver course you build on the knowledge and skills that you have already acquired in the PADI Open Water Course and gain more experience by actually diving.  These Adventure dives can include...

    Underwater Navigation
    Dry Suit
    Search and Recovery
    Boat Dive
    Drift Dive
    Multilevel Dive and Computer Dive
    Digital Underwater Photpgraphy Dive
    Underwater Naturalist Dive
    Night Diver
    Peak Performance Buoyancy Dive
    Wreck Dive
    Deep Dive
    AWARE - Fish Identification
    Diver Propulsion Vehicle

    Part 1, Knowledge reviews and  Part 2, The Adventure dives.

    During Part 1, You receive the Adventures in Diving crew Pack and complete the 3 knowledge reviews for your designated dives. Once completed the knowledge reviews can then be given to your instructor so that he can go through them with you.

    During Part 2,  You complete the 3 corresponding open water dives.

    After successfully completing the course, you receive the PADI Adventure Diver certification. This course can be completed on your Next Holiday or can be taken here in England.

    email mail@scuba-dive.co.uk or phone 01992 815960 for more details 


    PADI Advanced Open water Diver Certification
    During the PADI Advanced Open water course you build on the knowledge and skills that you have already acquired in the PADI Open Water Course and gain more experience by actually diving.  These dives can include...

    Underwater Navigation
    Dry Suit
    Search and Recovery
    Boat Dive
    Drift Dive
    Multilevel Dive and Computer Dive
    Digital Underwater Photpgraphy Dive
    Underwater Naturalist Dive
    Night Diver
    Peak Performance Buoyancy Dive
    Wreck Dive
    Deep Dive
    AWARE - Fish Identification
    Diver Propulsion Vehicle

    Part 1, Knowledge reviews and  Part 2, The Advanced dives.

    During Part 1, You receive the Adventures in Diving crew Pack and complete the knowledge reviews for your designated dives. You complete the 5 Knowledge Reviews for your designated dives. Once completed the knowledge reviews can then be given to your instructor so that he can go through them with you.

    During Part 2,  You complete the 5 corresponding open water dives.

    After successfully completing the course, you receive the PADI Advanced Open water Diver certification. This course can be completed on your Next Holiday or can be taken here in England with Sublime Instructors.


    PADI Rescue Diver
    The Rescue Diver course is probably and surprisingly one of the most fun. The course is designed for advanced divers who are comfortable with their diving and wish to build on their abilities. Firstly your attention is focused on developing stronger self rescue skills. With stronger self rescue skills you are ready to learn how to help prevent problems occurring to other divers.


    Finally you learn advanced rescue skills, enabling you to render assistance to another diver should an emergency arise.  During the course you will cover -Self Rescue and Diver Stress. Diving First Aid and Emergency Management and Equipment.

    During the pool dives you will practice self rescue techniques and gain skills, which will enable you to assist or rescue another diver.

    During the open water dives you will combine the skills and knowledge from the previous sessions and take part in several Rescue scenarios

    EFR  Emergency First Response   -
    PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Course

    Suitable for non divers  as no dive certification is required and ther is no minimum age limit
    Whether you're a diver or a non-diver, Emergency First Response prepares you to properly handle potentially life-threatening situations. EFR gives you the tools you need to perform CPR and First Aid.

    For divers this course satisfies your PADI Rescue Diver CPR requirements, covering Primary Care and Secondary Care.

    Together, these courses proved extensive instruction in CPR and First Aid, as well as providing Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and Emergency Oxygen Training.

    Courses are conducted over two evenings or one full day, with emphasis being placed on "hands on" experience using mannequins.

    PADI Specialty Diver Courses
    Peak Performance Buoyancy
    Why take this course?

    The Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Course teaches you ultimate buoyancy control to allow you to float effortlessly over the reefs and wrecks.

    With fine tuned buoyancy you use far less air, use much less energy and enjoy your dives in a more relaxed state. Allows you to get closed to the fragile reef without causing any damage to the reef or your equipment. This is also superb for getting better and steady shots in underwater Photography and Underwater Videography.

    Who can take this course?
    You must be a PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization) and 10 years old.

    How long does it take?
    Completed in one day over two dives.

    What's involved ?
    You will master correct weighting and streamlining yourself. Good breathing control and equipment adjustment.
    You will be able to fine tune your buoyancy and master the hover.
    Your certification will count towards the PADI Master Scuba Diver Rating.

    PADI Enriched Air Diver - Entry Level Nitrox Qualification
    Maximize your time with the upgraded PADI Enriched Air Diver course. Enriched Air Diver saves you time by allowing you to:
    � Stay underwater longer
    � Get back into the water sooner
    � Get your certification while simultaneously completing dives for other PADI courses
    Plus, by diving with Enriched Air you may feel less tired on your vacation.
    What do I need to start?
    All you need is your open water diver certification. (You must be 15 years of age or older).

    What will I do?
    You will learn preparation and diving procedures involved with enriched air diving.

    How soon can I be diving on enriched air?
    Just a mini workshop and a couple dives and you�ll be on your way.
    � Recommended Course Hours: 12
    � Minimum Open Water Training: two dives over one day

    What will I need?
    You'll need your PADI Enriched Air Crew-Pak, which includes an Enriched Air 32 percent Table, Enriched Air 36 percent Table and Equivalent Air Depth/Oxygen Exposure Table

    PADI Dry Suit Diver
    If you want to see the spectacular and prolific aquatic life often found in colder water climates you'll need to stay warm and that means a dry suit. But, you want to be trained in proper techniques and this is where PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty course comes in.

    What do I need to start?
    PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver certification (or qualifying certification from another organization)
    Minimum age: 10 years old
    What will I do?

    During your PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty course, you'll not only cover the background knowledge related to dry suit diving, you'll get into confined water to put that theory into practice. Then, once you've mastered confined water, it's time for two open water dives and applying that knowledge, including dive planning, organization, techniques, problems and buoyancy control.

    How long will it take?
    Recommended Course Hours: 24
    Minimum Open Water Training: as little as one day

    What will I need?
    Dry Suit Pack, which includes manual, video and log insert

    Digital Underwater Phtographer
    You'll learn the basics of underwater photography such as composition, film type and camera handling, with special emphasis on practical techniques. You'll learn underwater photography dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems. You'll also learn how to care for and maintain your camera equipment.
    Recommended Course Hours: 12
    Minimum Open Water Training: two dives over one day

    PADI Wreck Diver
    The lure of exploring sunken vessels, airplanes and automobiles is something most divers can't resist. The PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course introduces you to wreck diving and helps you develop the skills and knowledge necessary for safe and fun wreck diving.
    Information contained in your wreck diver program includes:
    The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of wreck diving
    The preparation and use of lights, air supplies, special equipment, penetration lines and reels
    Limited-visibility diving techniques and emergency procedures.
    Recommended Course Hours: 24
    Minimum Open Water Training: four dives over two days

    Drift Diver
    Drift Diving is effortless and relaxing because you simply glide with the current and feel the rush of flying underwater. But, with this type of diving come special procedures that you need to know so you can maximize your fun underwater.
    During your PADI Drift Diver certification course, you'll learn about drift dive planning, organization, techniques and potential hazards, as well as special equipment and procedures like buoyancy. But it's not all theory because you'll go on two open water dives where you can put your new knowledge into action.
    Recommended Course Hours: 12
    Minimum Open Water Training: as little as one day

    Recompression Chamber Awareness
    The purpose of the Orientation to Recompression Chambers Distinctive Specialty is to provide a safe and well supervised introduction into the work of a hyperbaric facility. It is designed to familiarise divers to the facilities available, the procedures used, problems and hazards associated with a recompression chamber and possible treatments available.

    Course participants are expected to take part in a recompression chamber dive to a maximum depth of 40 metres. Pre-requisites:

    PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent qualification)
    Minimum 15 years of age
    Participants must hold a current diving medical

    Deep Diver
    You'll learn deep dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and hazards. You'll also put this knowledge to the test as you go on four open water dives that range from 18 - 40 metres
    Recommended Course Hours: 24
    Minimum Open Water Training: four dives over two days
    PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent qualification)

    Navigation
    During your PADI Underwater Navigator Specialty course, you'll learn underwater navigation dive procedures, techniques, planning, organization and potential problems. You'll also be introduced to natural navigation, underwater patterns, distance estimation and further your compass navigation skills. You'll put these into practice during your three open water dives.
    Recommended Course Hours: 12
    Minimum Open Water Training: three dives over one day

    Search and Recovery
    Have you ever dropped something in the water? Are you looking for lost treasure? The PADI Search and Recovery Diver Specialty course will teach you effective ways to find objects underwater and bring them to the surface.
    Recommended Course Hours: 24 hours
    Minimum Open Water Training: four dives over two days

    Night Diver
    You'll learn night dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems. You'll also learn how to control your buoyancy, navigate and communicate at night. Since many of the plants and animals you'll see are different, you'll also get an introduction to nocturnal aquatic life.
    Recommended Course Hours: 12
    Minimum Open Water Training: three dives over one day

    Diver Propulsion Vehicle
    During the program, you'll learn the techniques you need to know for safe diver propulsion vehicle operation. This includes:-
    Diver propulsion vehicle dive planning organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards
    Equipment and procedure considerations
    How to avoid harming fragile aquatic life
    Recommended Course Hours: 12
    Minimum Open Water Training: two dives over one day

    Multilevel and Computer Diver
    You'll learn what multilevel diving is and why you want to plan for multilevel dives. You'll also get to see the various types of multilevel dive calculators (including the Recreational Dive Planner, Wheel version and dive computers), as well as learn about multilevel dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques, and potential problems.
    Recommended Course Hours: 12
    Minimum Open Water Training: two dives over one day