Scuba diving is not hard to learn. As active sports go, scuba diving is one of the easiest to learn. While you're gliding around enjoying the underwater sights, you'll use three basic skills: floating, kicking and breathing. These skills are not tough for most people to master. Scuba diving is an exciting and fun sport, and it's broadens the mind and gives you a better quality of life, you are happy.
Three Simple Steps
Start eLearnining course and master the important information online. This is done online, at your own pace, in the convenience of your home or office. All eLearning courses work on mobile and tablet devices too.
The next step will be to complete your in-water skills-development training. Come to the pool and learn the fundamental skills all divers need to dive.
Lastly, complete the required four open-water certification dives with us or you can opt to do a *referral on vacation. Here you will apply what you have learned through and skills-development sessions in the open water.
Most student divers complete these dives close to home, but there is an option for finishing your training with a *referral while on holiday.