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This course provides you with the essential knowledge and skills needed to start open water diving.

Learning to dive is all about learning to use your equipment properly and safely.

The course starts with practice in a swimming pool or in sheltered water and continues to include four or five open water training dives (requiring a minimum of 120 minutes underwater) where open water skills and techniques are further developed and experience gained.

The course material includes the excellent BSAC publications 'The Diving Manual' and Student Workbook for self-study and reference The course consists of three elements Theory Lessons, Sheltered Water Lessons (pool) and Open Water Dives. You will be taught basic scuba theory in our classroom at the dive centre. Once you have learned the theory the practical lessons begin in the safety of the swimming pool or, weather permitting, sheltered water. Here you will be introduced to the scuba equipment you will be using throughout your training. When you have mastered the drills in the pool or sheltered water, your instructor will introduce you to the world of open water diving.

You will receive help and guidance as you progress through the lessons and will be given a qualification record book to keep track on your progress.

The courses are run on request for two or more students. BSAC (British Sub Aqua Club) Ocean Diver full course

Course includes:

• Tuition by internationally qualified instructors

• Min 4 open water qualifying dives

• Free use of all scuba equipment

• Compressed air and boat fees

• Internationally recognised certification card

• Wall certificate

Price £400 for full course (Discounts available for larger numbers)