Started on May 21, 2024

So you’ve completed a PADI Discover Scuba Diving programme, and loved it! What’s next? To get certified, of course! After completing the PADI Open Water Diver course, you’ll be certified to dive independently up to 18m, anywhere in the world (with certain exceptions for 10-15-year-olds). The course is longer, but highly informative and very rewarding.

The Open Water course is typically 3-4 full days, and consists of knowledge development (involving video lessons, knowledge reviews, quizzes, and a final exam), a waterskills assessment, confined water practice sessions, and four open water dives. You’ll also learn how to assemble and disassemble your own kit, and how to care for it properly. In both the confined water and open water dives you will be expected to master a series of essential skills, which your instructor will demonstrate and teach you step by step.

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  • by Ria Luthra
    Posted February 11, 2022 4:59 PM 0Likes

    I recently did DSD in Pondicherry and wanted to do my OWC at a place with better aquatic life and visibility. My diving instructor there redirected me here for OWC. I wanted to enquire ab the packages for OWC – recommended reefs and accommodation, etc

  • by Hyejeong Won
    Posted February 20, 2022 5:47 PM 0Likes

    I would like to get some information about your PADI open water course

  • by kirsty chambers
    Posted April 24, 2022 12:50 AM 0Likes

    How much for a course on August please

    Kirsty

  • by MOHAMED HALITH S
    Posted April 26, 2022 2:47 PM 0Likes

    I WANT TO LEARN PADI COURSE FOR MY UNDER WATER WELDING INSPECTION JOBS PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH IT COSTS AND SHEDULE

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