Programs and courses for certified divers.
TIME TO BE A CERTIFIED DIVER
This course is the entry-level training necessary for becoming a certified SCUBA Diver. The physics and physiology of diving are covered as well as equipment selection, use and maintenance. The water portion of the course covers all the necessary techniques required to have fun and be comfortable in the underwater environment. All the required skills will be explained and demonstrated and then you will repeat and practice until the required skill level is achieved. In the course you get theory classes and 5 dives, which 4 of them are in the sea where you are going to reach a maximum of 18 meters.
THE MORE THE BETTER
In the Open Water course we have become familiar with the basic skills for a safe and fun dive. Now in the ADVANCED course, the goal is to introduce new procedures and improve those that you have been doing already. In this course you have the opportunity to do 5 adventure dives with specific themes of your choice.
KNOWLEDGE GIVES YOU CONFIDENCE
The purpose of the Emergency First Response (EFR) Program is to provide students the knowledge and training to be able to act as the first lifeguard and administer first aid and CPR, oxygen and / or provide DEA support in case of a medical emergency.
MORE SKILLS MORE FUN
On this training you will achieve the knowledge to prevent any accident and management techniques that as a diver you previously got with the Open Water Diving course. At the Rescue level, you will learn how to handle more complex diving emergencies and how to apply direct intervention techniques to help others when needed. This course is demanding, although realistic in its direction, content and focus. The course is developed in theoretical classes with the instructor, vision of the topics of the course and a final written test. We will also practice rescue drills in the water.
LEADERSHIP IT’S ALL ABOUT IT
In the Divemaster course you’ll lead others as you supervise scuba diving activities and assist with diver training. Through knowledge development sessions, water skills exercises and workshops, and hands-on practical assessment, you develop the skills to organize and direct a variety of scuba diving activities.