Diver Training is where you learn and experience new skills in a controlled situation so that you become comfortable and confident to continue your diving in a safe manner. What you learn is also as much about from whom you learnt. Be picky on who you train with. They may be qualified on paper but thats about it.
As with all things in life you have to to start with the basics thats the same for adults as it is for kids. at the early stages kids from the age of 8 years old can take part in the kids Seal Team programme. Its fun and safe as its only in a pool.
For those a little older (or much) there is the Discover scuba which is an introduction to the basics.
The Open Water course is the start of your diving experience which includes some theory work, some pool work, finshed off with 4 qualifying dives.
Already a Diver
I'As a diver you will invariably want to experience and learn more. Following on from your OpenWater course your next steps will be to Complete the Advanced Diver course which enable you to dive deeper, followed by the Rescue Diver which is deemed by most as being the most fun course todo, giving you the experience and confidence to assist others in need of help including first aid..
As a diver a whole array of speciality course are available to help you get the most from your diving.
The TecRec programme takes you beyond the normal recreational restriction of 40mts and takes you into the realm of not being in a position to ascend immediately to the surface, hence the need tolearn and understand decomprssion procedures, which means more cylinders to handle and manage.
The Dive Master cousre is the start of the professional ladder. Here you build and enforce your knowledge. you become more involved in leading and organising dives and training. It also enables you to get a dive job abroad.
Your Training Path
Open water Diver
Digital U/water Diver
Dry Suit Diver
Emergency Oxygen Provider
Enriched Air Diver
Peak Performance Buoyancy
Search & Recovery Diver
Master Scuba Diver Trainer
IDC Staff Instructor