The Open Water course offered by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) is one of the most enjoyable way to begin scuba diving. Students who get an international certification master all of the core skills required to be safe and confident divers. It will prepare students to dive everywhere in the world up to a depth of 18 metres.View More
During the orientation, you will get to interact with your PADI diving instructor, PADI divemaster’s or divemaster candidates, who’ll assist you in the course. After the introduction, you’ll go over the paperwork for the Open Water Diver course, three forms need to be filled and submitted.
To complete the theory of the PADI Open Water Diver course, you need to complete and understand all the knowledge review questions that you will find at the end of each chapter of your manual.
Practice varied scuba diving skills in a relaxed environment. This means that if you don’t like it, or if you’re nervous, or maybe you have a little panic, it is very easy to get to the surface to catch your breath and try again. In most cases you can even stand up. This gives you a great environment to get used to breathing underwater and to grow your confidence for the open water dives.
During the course, you need to complete four open water dives. This can be done in a lake, sea or ocean.
Skin diving dive
Equipment set up
Disconnect low-pressure inflator hose
Loose cylinder band
Weight belt removal and replacement at surface
Emergency weight belt drop
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Rs 28000 (One Time Payment)
2 Canara Bank Skill Loan
What to expect after the course
On completion of Open Water Diver Course course, we assist potential candidates to connect with prospective employers. Here’s what you can expect.
Open Water Diver
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PADI Open Water Diver is the first autonomous scuba certification level, allowing you to get air fills, hire dive equipment, and dive on your own with a buddy (who can be another open water diver or a diving expert) to a maximum depth of 18 metres/60 feet.
While people often ask what’s the hardest part of the PADI Open Water course is, the reality is that no aspect is hard, it just require consistent practice.
No, your certification will not expire. As a PADI Open Water Diver, your certification is good for life. If you do not actively participate in scuba for an extended period of time, however, it’s a good idea to refresh your skills through the PADI reactivate class.
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The given Training Centres will be the Course Venues. You can reach out to one of our representatives from the following training centres for more details.
CSP Cheriya Kalavoor
ASAP Community Skill Park,
Behind Little Flower Nursery,
Kalavoor, Alappuzha- 688522View Centre
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