SCUBA TRAINING COURSES
Open Water Diver :
This beginner or entry-level training course is composed of 3 parts: Academic, Pool or Confined Water Sessions, and Open Water Training.
Academic – student chooses manual or e-learning. With the manual the student reads each chapter and completes Knowledge Reviews after each chapter which is submitted to Instructor for review and discussion on missed topics. E-Learning provides students all chapters in the manual, plus videos of related topics. All Knowledge Reviews must be completed before students are allowed to move forward and take the written exam.
Pool or Confined Water Training: composed of 5 modules where student learns use of different scuba equipment and introduction of basic skills, then compounded with complex skills. With practice student learn mastery of such skills for confidence and survival in Open Water. Each pool session is app 2 hrs, and 3 pool sessions are required to generally complete the 5 skill modules, although additional sessions may be required if necessary. These sessions may also be done in confined or manageable saltwater areas.
Open Water Training: After Instructor evaluation student proceeds to make at least a minimum of 4 Open Water dives. First 2 dives to be done at an average depth of 30ft/9m, with last 2 consecutive dives at an average of 60ft/18m.
Exclusions: Students are to have their own Basic Equipment (Mask, Snorkel, Full Wetsuit 3mm, Booties, and Fins). Transportation and all resort, boat, and other diving costs not included in course fee.
Course Fee is P18,000. per student and includes Manual or E-Learning Access Code, certification upon completion, use of BCD/Reg during pool sessions, pool fees, use of tanks w/air & weights during pool sessions, and a Logbook.
Course Fee is P16,000. per student and includes Manual or E-Learning Access Code, certification upon completion, use of BCD/Reg during pool sessions, pool fees, use of tanks w/air & weights during pool sessions, and a Logbook.
Advanced Open Water Diver: SDI or PADI
This continuing education and training offers a variety of experience for new divers. It is composed of 5 dives with each dive focusing on specific dive objectives and experience. Diver Prerequisites: Open Water w/25 logged dives.
Navigation – students learn the basic use of the compass and learn its use underwater;
Drift Dive – general techniques and safety procedures in diving with strong currents;
Night Dive – preparations, general and safety techniques in enjoying night dives;