We offer all PADI courses from trying scuba, learning to dive, through to becoming an instructor.
Get a taste of being underwater and see if it is for you. An instructor will be with you the entire time and will explain all you need to know for a session of breathing underwater.
The Scuba Diver course is a subset of the Open Water course. It is the first 3 confined water dives, out of 5, and the first 2 Open Water dives, out of 4. This is a good start for those short on time or unable to complete the Open Water course. The course certifies you to dive to 12m with a PADI professional.
The Open Water course is divided into theory, confined water sessions and open water dives. During your training you will learn all the necessary skills and knowledge you will need to be a comfortable and confident diver. The course certifies you to dive to 18m. You need a gap of 18 hours between your last dive and flying.
If you are already an Open Water diver you can progress to the Advanced Open Water course. This is made up of 5 Adventure dives where you learn more about different aspects of diving and new things to do while diving.
The Advanced Open Water course gave you a look into the different areas of diving that you can specialise in. PADI has a range of courses to help you learn more and practise doing particular aspects of diving. We can offer the following specialty courses: AWARE - Fish ID, Boat, Deep, Drift, Multilevel & Computer, Night, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Search & Recovery, Underwater Naturalist, Underwater Navigation, Underwater Photography.
Learn about the marine environment and take part in a clean-up. We have the Project AWARE Specialty, Dive Against Debris, Coral Reef Conservation, Fish ID and Peak Performance BuoyancyRead more
A first aid and CPR course, focused on training the lay rescuer, the Emergency First Response approach to training builds confidence in lay rescuers and increases their willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency by teaching them the skills they need in a non-stressful learning environment. Participants are also given as much practice as necessary to master and retain these skills.
At the end of this course PADI considers you a well-rounded diver. The course is a mixture of study and practical waterwork, where you learn to prevent or calmly manage accidents and mishaps.
Learn to be a leader. Organise dives, prepare for emergencies and really expand your diving knowledge. This professional level course gets you ready to work in the diving industry and marks you out from other divers.
Teach diving to others. Go on an IDC (Instructor Development Course) and learn the techniques used to teach others using PADI materials.
You don't have to do a course. You can go diving for the pure fun of it and see the cool stuff that is underwater.Read more