Scuba Diving CoursesYou are diving in the blue, tropical water, somewhere in the pacific ocean, big coral fields, bizar formations, every square cm is full with coulorful, fantastic underwater species, all kinds of coral fishes around you, you look up, thousands of silver shining tunas, it makes me feel dizzy…you wake up… dream is finished!
the work at office is waiting!
You are, and i am happy about, on our homepage…and so, you are not only want to dream about diving, you want it in reality! you had you head allready down there? may on a snorcel trip on you last vacation, or even in a discover scuba programm, or you are already certified as a diver…and now you want to know which kind of opportunity you have for your next vacation…may you want to become a wreck diver, or you want to know how to help others in case of an emergency, want to know how to take nice pictures under water, or even to become a proffessional diver…look at our PDA Programm which offers you all kinds of courses, from beginners up to proffessional level…
Over two thirds of our planet’s surface is covered by water. You are about to discover a new world and we are looking forward to guide you on your first steps into this wonderful and adventurous world. We will teach you all the knowledge and skills you need for your under water adventures. We wish you lots of fun and unforgettable experiences.
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Who or what is PDA?
PDA is an international diving education organization, which means that your diving certification is recognized worldwide. We certify divers internationally through our different training programs, we provide teaching materials to students and instructors, set standards and monitor these and we teach and certify instructors, focusing on safe diving practices and fun. We are also registered at RSTC and EUF!
New: PDA eLearning
Can I learn to dive online on the computer?
Of course not! Diving is a sport that requires a lot of hands-on practice and experience. The practice of diving can not be learned in a classroom or at the computer. Diving is learned by diving. Initially instructed by an experienced instructor – later by your own diving adventure.
So what is PDA eLearning?
In order to be able to practice diving safely you need a secure theoretical foundation. The foundation for this is laid in the theoretical part of your PDA Open Water Diver Course and PDA Advanced Open Water Diver Course. Self-study and with your PDA Instructor, you will gain the basic knowledge you need to survive in an environment where you are not „constructed“ as a human being. And this is where the PDA eLearning program comes in. The theoretical part of the PDA Open Water Diver course and PDA Advanced Open Water Diver course can be done at home. You can free up your time and concentrate fully on practical diving training during your diving holiday. Of course, you will not be left alone in eLearning. During the course you can ask me questions online.
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Diving is a fantastic adventure!
No matter where you go diving. In the local lake, in the Baltic Sea with wonderfully preserved wrecks, in the Mediterranean with its bizarre underwater landscapes, in the beautiful Red Sea, in the Caribbean, or in the most species-rich waters of the world, the reefs of the Philippines …
Diving is a very safe sport, but only if you have acquired the appropriate knowledge and skills from a good instructor, stay within your abilities, and constantly practice and expand it.
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Here you can have a look on our Course Structure:
The minimum age for participation in the Bubblemaker program is 8 years. Children should be introduced to scuba diving here. In a swimming pool or limited open water (= waters with swimming pool-like conditions, good visibility, no current), the child will be shown how to handle the device, the correct breathing technique and how to balance the pressure. In addition, the „blowing out“ of the mask and the regulator is practiced. The pool or the water can not be deeper than 2 meters, and must have an area where the child can still stand. The Bubblemaker program is not a diving course!
The PDA Open Water Diver Course
What are you qualified to do after passing the Open Water Diver course?
After successfully completing your Open Water Diver course, you are certified to:
Dive with a partner using scuba equipment to a depth of 20 meters
Continue your dive training and participate in further dive activities
Course structure Open Water Diver
The PDA Open Water Diver course consists of three parts: the Knowledge development, which supplies you with all the theoretical knowledge about diving that you need to know (download YOUR FREE E-manual here ), the Pool training (2 to 3 sessions 3 hours each) where you will learn all relevant skills in the pool that are needed to follow safe diving procedures, and practice these until you have sufficiently mastered them. And lastly the Open water training (4 to 5 dives) where you will apply your knowledge and skills you have learned in a real under water environment. At the end of your knowledge development you will take a final exam, this is a multiple choice exam following up on the most important aspects about diving that you have to know. The pass mark is 75% but you may retake the exam if you should score below that mark. After you have successfully participated in all three segments of the Open Water Diver course and have passed the final knowledge exam you will receive you internationally recognized certification in form of a PDA picture ID dive card. We well store your records and you can request a new ID card any time should your card get lost.
The Advanced Open Water Diver Course
Go on and experience real adventures with the PDA Advanced Open Water Diver course. As you leave the PDA Open Water Diver Level, you will do five dives and get the chance to try some of the most instructive and useful diving specialty activities, such as: B. Deep Diving, Digital Underwater Photography, Wreck Diving and many others. The skills learned make diving much more than pure underwater sightseeing. Plus, the Advanced Open Water Diver course takes you one step closer to the Master Scuba Diver – the ultimate non-professional level of scuba diving. With your PDA Instructor you can do the adventure dives taring in perfection, navigation and deep diving. These dives make you more confident as you learn these basic skills. In addition, you will choose 2 more dives from the more than 15 Advance Dives to complete your course. You can go scuba diving, explore local wrecks or even fly a scooter through the sea – all this is provided by the PDA Advanced Open Water Diver course. You must have a PDA Open Water Diver (or an equivalent diver’s license from another dive training organization) and be 15 years old (12 years for the Junior Advanced Open Water Diver) Number of Dives: Five Dives Possible Adventure Dives may be. a .:
Altitude diving, fish identification, boat diving, deep diving, scuba diving, drift diving, dry diving, multi-level and computer diving, night diving, perfect buoyancy, search and recovery, underwater naturalist, underwater navigation, underwater photography, underwater video and wreck diving Each Adventure Dive on the PDA Advanced Open Water Diver course can be credited as the first dive of the respective PDA Specialty Diver course You do not have to complete the Advanced Open Water Diver course all at once. You can z. B. start with the navigation dive and let you certify that. Whenever you have the time and the desire, you can continue. It does not have to be at the same instructor or diving school. Download the Advance Course E-Book hier.
Rescue Diver Course
The PDA Rescue Diver course can best be described as a rewarding challenge. This course enhances your knowledge and level of experience. Rescue Diver learn to look beyond their own experience to the safety and well-being of others. While this course is challenging, it rewards you with gaining a strong sense of self-confidence. The Rescue Diver training prepares you to prevent problems and – if necessary – to act properly in diving accidents. Many divers say it’s the best course they’ve ever done. Here you can already browse a bit in theory. The following topics are covered:
Self-rescue and diver stress
Emergency management and needed equipment
Dealing with a diver in a panic
Proper procedure for emergency in the water
Diving accident scenarios
The beginning of your diving adventure as a professional diver is the PDA Divemaster program. Working closely with a PDA Instructor, this program extends your diving knowledge and refines your proficiency skills. The PDA Divemaster training will enhance your leadership skills and teach you to supervise diving activities and to assist instructors in their work with student divers. During the Divemaster program, you’ll learn leadership skills in the classroom as well as self-study. You complete water skills and endurance exercises as well as training tasks that challenge your organizational skills and problem solving skills. You then practice this skill practically in an internship or a series of training tasks. Minimum number of dives in the logbook: 60 when the PDA Divemaster training is completed.
Topics ranging from dive theory to supporting Instructors working with student divers and training
PDA Advanced Open Water Diver (or equivalent other dive training organization) PDA Rescue Diver (or an equivalent diving license from another diver training organization) 40 Dives registered in the logbook, with certification at least 60TG, 18 years old
You are a DM or even an AI? Now you can become an PDA Instructor…all e-learning Materials are online and for FREE…or you are tired of your dive organisation? Come and cross over to our family…its easy and reasonable…
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