SSI and PADI Specialty Courses are designed to build upon your Open Water Diver Certification Course. You can gain more theory and practice across a wide range of diving specialties and styles. These courses are voluntary and not necessary to complete. However, it is a good idea to continue your education, and keep developing diving skills based on your preferences. There are certain specialties we always recommend to developing divers. These courses include Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diving, Deep Diving, Underwater Navigation, React Right First Aid and of course the Advanced Open Water Diver. Having said that, several of these courses are necessary to complete if you choose to develop towards a pro diver career in your future.
Advance your diving skills, dive theory, and experience with this fun diving course. Complete Deep Diving and Navigation specialty diving skills, and choose three other specialties depending on your own preferences. The Advanced Open Water Diver Course usually requires two days to complete
Currents can be unpredictable and certain topographies will naturally create weak to very strong diving. Be prepared for the unexpected and learn how to drift dive in the currents. Learn how to manage up and down currents and become a star diver with this amazing Drift and Current Diving Course.
Do you want to become a great diver and help identify and treat basic diving injuries? It doesn’t happen often but being prepared can safe your buddies life in case of an emergency at water or under the sea. The React Right First Aid Course will give you the skills and techniques to safe lives.
Sidemount Diving is and amazing experience. It’s hard to go back once you have tried it. Enjoy the ease of movement without a heavy tank on your back. Let’s work on your trim, buoyancy, air consumption and bottom time. Discover a new feeling of buoyancy with this exciting diving style. Enjoy long dives by bringing two tanks with you underwater.