Dive courses

Bubblemaker

Usual duration 2-3 hours

Bubblemaker program is open to boys and girls aged 8 years and it's fun, easy and secure. Bubblemaker program is a way to involve more young people to the hobbies of the family or for them to become pioneers of a new collective passion! Obviously, children need to feel comfortable in water, even if it is not necessary to be a good swimmers: the maximum depth that can achieve is in fact only 2 meters / 6 feet.

For children eight years or older who want to have fun in the pool The experience can also be conducted in open water (maximum depth two meters / six feet) Led by Instructor Does not require any previous training We use special equipment for children and adults Typically, sessions last one hour (registration, clothing and entertainment included)

Seal Team

The Seal Team is for young divers who are looking for action in the form of entertainment, participate in exciting "AquaMissions. Have you ever wondered how to dive with a dive light, take digital photos or float effortlessly like an Astronaut? Behold, these are the AquaMissions! While testing, you'll learn how to dive safely. Among the AquaMissions can choose from: wreck, navigation, buoyancy, underwater photography, environmental awareness and many more. It 's time to try something really exciting in the pool: meet new friends and share with them the adventure of the underwater world!

The Seal Team enjoyable experience takes place exclusively in the pool The Seal Team is led by professionals trained and certified The Seal Team is a fun activity for boys and girls from eight years onwards The Seal Team helps children to take responsibility The Seal Team teaches children the aquatic environment The AquaMissions and activities of Seal Team require, usually, about an hour each

Discover Scuba Diving

Usual duration : 2-3 hours

If you are looking for an inexpensive way to try to dive and to broaden your horizons, participate in Discover Scuba Diving experience: You can just jump into this program near your home, in a pool or in a place situated near the center of our open water. Try it! The diver could change your life! It is the world's most popular introduction to immersion It can be done in the pool, at sea, a river, a lake, a reservoir: almost ... almost anywhere there's water! The Discover Scuba Diving skills may be credited to the Open Water Diver Average depth: 12 meters (39 feet maximum depth allowed) Most Discover Scuba Diving experience takes just an hour or two Do not need equipment - is provided to you by us, with the exception of smiles: the ones you put them!

Open Water Diver

Usual duration : 3 to 4 days

If you've always wondered what lies beneath the surface, it's time to find out! Start the journey of a lifetime with the Open Water Diver will change you forever! In the Open Water Diver course, your instructor will teach you the basics of scuba. You start in a pool or in an environment with similar characteristics, to progress towards the water (ocean, lake, reservoir, etc..), Putting into practice what you've learned, little by little. Earning your Open Water Diver will not be just the beginning as a certified diver you look fabulous dive destinations, exciting people, unparalleled adventure and uncommon tranquility. Continue your adventure and gain experience through training courses to the highest level, then increase your opportunities. Number of Dives: Five Confined Water Dives and Four Open Water Dives Knowledge Development: Five sessions Prerequisites: 10 for Junior Open Water Diver and 15 for Open Water Diver. Good health, reasonable fitness and comfort in the water. Materials You'll Need: Open Water Crew-Pak, Open Water Video or DVD, Log Book Equipment you'll use during the course includes: mask, fins, snorkel, tank, regulator, buoyancy compensator, pressure gauge and exposure protection as required by the local place.

Programming

The Open Water Diver course is incredibly flexible and is based on performance, which means that one of our instructors can offer various options for frequency and that the rhythms are punctuated by your own progress. You can complete the confined and open water dives in a short time, like three or four days (provided that you provide ahead of time to read the manual and watch the video). However, many people prefer a more convenient programming. To learn more, or request a private or semi-private course, please contact us.

1. Knowledge Development - This phase is designed to make you become familiar with the principles and basic procedures: learning topics such as "how does the water pressure on your body," "how to choose the best equipment" and "what you have to consider planning the dives. " Complete the development of individual knowledge, reading all five sections of the Open Water Diver Manual and viewing the corresponding parts of the Open Water Diver Video (which also shows you a preview of the skills you learn in water). Quick Review with your instructor what you studied in each session and to make sure you're on the right track, answer a short series of quizzes. After completing this course, you will only pass a test: this will ensure you have memorized the key concepts and the resulting consequences.

2. Diving Confined Water - The concept is clear: it begins to dive. To develop basic scuba skills in a pool or a reservoir that has the same conditions. You'll learn everything you need from the preparation of your equipment, how to clear your mask without having to easily reemerge. Also will practice some skills necessary to deal with any emergencies, such as sharing the air ... you never know! Finally, you'll maybe play, make new friends and spend some memorable time.

The confined water dives are five, each of which is fundamental to the Next: Complete all five, you will have learned the skills that you are required to dive in open water. 3. Open water dives - After the confined water dives, with your instructor and your new friends, will continue training with four dives in open water true. Here you will reach the most fun, putting together everything you've learned and enjoying the underwater adventure - at the beginner level course. You can go diving near where you live or if you prefer, while on holiday in more exotic places.

Advanced Open Water Diver

Usual duration : 2 days (5 dives)

Go ahead and experience the real adventure with the Advanced Open Water Diver. It is the next step after the Open Water Diver level: complete five dives and have the opportunity to try some of the most useful and rewarding diving specialist activities such as deep diving, digital underwater photography, wreck diving and many more. Will develop skills that will make your dives much more enjoyable the only underwater tour, during which we simply look around. In addition, the Advanced Open Water Diver you another step closer to Master Scuba Diver - the highest non-professional level of recreational diving.

With your instructor will carry out two dives adventure deep and underwater navigation. These dives, as they acquire basic skills, increase your competence. Then, among the more than 15 diving adventure, we will choose another three and you have completed your course. You may dive at night, or look at local wrecks or maybe even fly under water, with an underwater vehicle: all during your Advanced Open Water Diver.

You must be a Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification qualifying certification from another organization) and be at least 15 years (12 for Junior Advanced Open Water Diver certification)

Number of dives: Five Diving adventure that you can choose include: dive in Altitude, AWARE-fish identification, boat diving, deep dive, dive with underwater vehicle, placing in current, the dry suit diving, multilevel diving and the computer, night diving, peak performance buoyancy, search and recovery, underwater naturalist, underwater navigation, underwater photography and diving on the wrecks.

Each dive adventure of the Advanced Open Water Diver be credited as the first of the corresponding Specialty Course Materials: Adventures in Diving Crew-Pak, manual, video Adventures in Diving and Logbook.

EFR / CFR / AED

Usual duration : 1 days (no dive)

Primary care Course Content Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) The Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) teaches participants how to respond to those emergencies that threaten life. The course focuses on primary care through a combination of knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice, so as to ensure that participants have confidence in their ability to provide care when facing an emergency situation. The ability of Primary Care (CPR) skills taught in this course are:

Scene Safety Assessment Universal Precautions - Communicable Disease Protection, including barrier use Primary Assessment Artificial respiration CPR CPR) Management of airway obstruction in conscious and unconscious patient Management of severe bleeding Management of shock Management of spinal cord injury Recommended Skills Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Orientation to the use of oxygen in an 'emergency

Secondary care

Course Content Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid) The Emergency First Response Secondary Care (first aid) is responsible for those injuries and illnesses, immediately, not life-threatening. Participants focus on secondary care and first aid through the development of theoretical knowledge, skill development and realistic scenario practice.

Secondary Skills taught in this course are:

Assessment of lesion Assessment of disease Bandages Splinting for dislocations and fractures

Care for Children

The Emergency First Response Care for Children course is an innovative CPR, AED and First Aid training course that teaches participants how to provide emergency care for children (from one to eight years of age) and infants (younger than year) injured or sick. Participants learn about the types of medical emergencies that can be found involving children, and how their conditions differ from those of adults. The curriculum also includes the importance of attending to emergency situations of the basis involving children, the emotional aspects of caring for children, secondary care for children and the prevention of common injuries and illnesses in children.

The Emergency First Response Care for Children trains the professional rescuer to follow the same priorities of care using the medical professionals. The student masters the priorities and the procedures of patient care for infants and children in an educational environment free of stress, which reduces the performance anxieties that interfere with learning itself, and increases his confidence when rendering aid in a real medical emergency.

The course includes both primary care (CPR) and secondary care (first aid). The primary care portion of the course prepares the rescuer to render aid to an infant or children who are in emergency such as choking or cardiac arrest, which endangers their lives. The share of secondary care focuses on developing secondary patient care skills and creates, in the rescuer, the confidence of knowing that, if the emergency medical services were delayed or not available, is able to provide first aid to an infant or a child who needs them. The Care for Children course content is based on guidelines from the Pediatric Working Group of ILCOR. Topics Course Care for Children Primary Care: safety assessment of the scene, universal security - protection against infectious diseases & Barrier Use Primary Assessment, Management of obstructed airways (child and infant) Rescue Breathing (child and infant) CPR (child and infant), use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED), Management of severe bleeding, shock management and management of spinal injuries. Topics Course Care for Children Secondary Care: Assessment of lesion

Bandages Assessment of the disease.

AED (Automatic External Defribillator)

Emergency First Response First Aid-AED:

The Emergency First Response offers an affordable, comprehensive and constantly evolving, training for CPR, AED and first aid, according to the standards required in the workplace. Our Emergency First Response First Aid at Work includes a comprehensive training in Primary Care (CPR), use of AEDs and Secondary Care (First Aid) and meet the requirements specified by government agencies of the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. Our instructors can also help you to insert DAE in your professional organization and teach your staff how to use them. The Emergency First Response has an additional module that adapts to the current legislation. The requirements for first aid in the workplace are set by the Italian Ministerial Decree 388/2003, which entered into force on February 4, 2005, and Decree Law 626/1994, Article 15, Paragraph 3. The Decree Law 626/1994 shall detail what measures shall be taken by employers to minimize accidents and occupational diseases - including having trained personnel. To meet these requirements, participants must complete the Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care courses as well as an additional module.

Dive Rescue

Usual duration : 5 to 6 days with EFR

Here are the words that best describe the Rescue Diver course: challenges and rewards. This course will expand your knowledge and your level of experience. Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves, thinking of the safety and welfare of other divers. Although very challenging, this course is very rewarding and highly contributes to form your skills. The Rescue Diver training will prepare you to prevent problems and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies: Many divers say this is the best course they've ever done. Will be discussed:

Self-rescue and diver stress Emergency management and equipment to address them Response to a diver in panic Protocols on artificial respiration in the water Outputs Dive accident scenarios

Master Scuba Diver

Usual duration : ……

Join the best in recreational scuba diving. Feel the immersion as a way of life and explore the underwater world like you never did! How? By becoming a Master Scuba Diver - a degree that will distinguish you. You can reach him by diving: experience and training to help you achieve this ticket no deadline for your adventures, and, as Master Scuba Diver, you will enter into an elite. With the rank of Master Scuba Diver you have reached the maximum level provided by non-professional diver education system: that is to say that you have significant experience and considerable training, acquired in different areas of diving. Minimum number of logged dives: 50 Minimum Requirements: Rescue Diver or Junior Rescue Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization), 12 years old and 5 patents Specialties.

Professional Courses

Divemaster

Other costs : there is a separate application fee due to PADI that needs to be submitted with the Divemaster application once the course is successfully completed.

Usual duration : 10 to 15 days

Your adventure begins with professional standards in the Divemaster program. Working closely with your instructor in this program will develop your knowledge and your skills at a professional level diving. The training as a Divemaster develops your leadership abilities, qualifying you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. During the Divemaster program, learn leadership skills both in the classroom and through independent study. You complete skill and strength tests in water, as well as training exercises that develop your organizational skills and problem-solving. Pass on that knowledge to practice through an internship or a series of practical training exercises. Knowledge Development: 12 topics ranging from dive theory to assisting student divers in training Prerequisites: Advanced Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another organization) Rescue Diver (or qualifying certification certification from another training organization), 40 logged dives, 18 years of age. Minimum number of dives recorded: 60 for license Divemaster.

Materials You'll Need: Divemaster Manual Recreational Dive Planner (RIP) - all three versions (Table, Wheel and eRDP, including instruction manuals for use attachments) The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving Diving Knowledge Workbook The slates of the Divemaster Divemaster Video or DVD Guides for Instructors of programs that can be conducted by Divemaster.

Specialty Courses

Project AWARE Price for person : Usual duration : 1 day

The underwater world needs heroes: you can be one of them, defending the cause of the most fragile and important aquatic ecosystem in the world. Subscribe today at the Project AWARE Specialty course: learn what the most pressing problems faced by vulnerable to this environment and what are the things you can do everyday to help preserve it. This course is informative and interesting, especially that teaches you how you can make a difference. " Project AWARE Foundation is the largest organization in the dive industry, non-profit organization, devoted to the conservation of the aquatic environment through education, advocacy and action. Completing the Project AWARE Specialty course, you can to be part and commit to protecting the underwater environment. Click here to find out how.

The most common problems of the oceans and coastal areas Sustainability issues and the fishing industry Overview coral environments and their guests The role of the diver in protecting aquatic environment Materials: you will need AWARE: Our World, Our Water The patent counts toward the Master Scuba Diver

Fish Identification

Usual duration : 1 day

Have you ever wondered "What was that? The Project AWARE Specialty Course - Fish Identification gives you the basis for identification of fish, so the next time you'll have the answer. During two dives you will practice to recognize and identify beautiful fish you see underwater. To learn more about Project AWARE visit www.projectaware.org

You must be a Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) Is the Project AWARE and the protection of aquatic environments around the world Will explain the characteristics of families and species of native fish Techniques and strategies for monitoring the fish Planning, organization and procedures for a dive dedicated to the fish recognition Including the two open water training dives, the course takes approximately 12 hours

Coral Reef Conservation

Usual duration : 1 day

The AWARE Specialty Course - Coral Reef Conservation teaches divers, snorkelers and non divers the vital role that coral reefs in the marine environment. Li also informed on the current state of coral reefs in the world and what they can do to help. There are no age limits or dives to complete: divers and non divers are passionate about, learning something more on the aquatic environment.

An introduction to Project AWARE Foundation Trafficking of the importance of coral reefs to marine ecosystems and coastal areas The state of the world's coral reefs Biology, association and competition in coral reefs How participants can help, including how to behave responsibly during scuba diving or snorkeling activities

Deep Diver

Usual duration : 2 days (4 dives)

The Deep Diver Specialty course offers you the opportunity of a lifetime: going deep to see what others can only dream of. With this course you will experience the thrill of diving beyond 18 meters. Down there, it is different and requires additional training. Here you can get it!

You must be an Adventure Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) and be at least 15 years Possess experience in diving beyond 18 meters You will learn planning, organization, procedures, techniques and hazards of deep Four open water dives with depths between 18 and 40 meters. Gaining experience with diving deep under the direct supervision and career of one of our instructors.

Digital Underwater Photographer

Usual duration : 2 days NOTE: Photographer needs to bring their own camera or hire our shop camera for ….. for the course

Digital photography is a storm that has rocked the world of underwater photographers. Log in on the action and join the Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty course. With your camera and a computer will be able to capture the underwater world in a simple and fast. While the Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty course, you will learn to use the approach SEA (Shoot, Examine and Adjust - Capture, Review and Fit), which takes full advantage of digital technology. The result is that you can get good underwater photos faster than you can imagine before! And not only learn how to take good photos, but also to share them with your friends via email or printing, optimizing your work with your computer, storage and more. You must be a Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization). Or you can still take the course as a snorkel and diving do not deserve a patent. The selection and use of digital cameras and underwater diving suits modern The use of the SEA method to quickly obtain excellent photos The development and sharing your photos The three basic principles for good underwater photos Digital Underwater Photographer The patent counts toward the Master Scuba Diver And 'one of the most versatile Specialty Courses: You can start even during the last dive of your Open Water Diver!

Nitrox

Usual duration : 1 days

Welcome to one of the most popular specialties.

The course Diving with enriched air. Dive with enriched air nitrox lets you extend, staying safe, your no decompression time than that imposed by the air. Diving with enriched air means more time underwater, but in order to fill cylinders with NITROX, you must have a patent Enriched Air Diver. Whether you are a photographer or an avid wreck diver, you're on vacation in some tropical paradise or you are enjoying a day of leisure diving close to home, enriched air diving course will allow you to maximize your dive, to issue far more time underwater. You must be a Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization). Learning to analyze the contents of the cylinders Plan enriched air dives using tables and dive computers Increase your no-decompression time in security. The license counts toward the Master Scuba Diver

Equipment Specialist

Usual duration : 1 days

Do you want to know how your scuba gear? Then the Equipment Specialist course is for you! This course will familiarize you with the operation and maintenance of your scuba gear: the more you know about how it works, the more comfortable you will find, as well as, the more attention they get, they can get better performance. You must be a Scuba Diver or Junior Scuba Diver (or qualifying certification from another organization) Skim the theory, principles and operation of underwater Maintenance procedures and routine maintenance of equipment that are recommended Common problems of equipment and professional recommended maintenance procedures (may be included in the demonstration of procedures for repair) Simple tips for easy configuration of equipment and introduction of new instruments (to try new or unusual equipment, can be included a session optional confined water)

Are not required dives, so you can participate in the Equipment Specialist course any time of year Equipment Specialist Course is not a remedial course, but you provide the information that could be useful if I want to subscribe to one of those The patent counts toward the Master Scuba Diver

Peak Performance Buoyancy

Usual duration : 1 days

It floats effortlessly, drifting over reefs. Be the diver you want, with ultimate buoyancy control, able to hover close to the bottom and examine underwater organisms without touching them. The ability to control your own attitude makes the difference between a good diver and an excellent diver. In the Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty course, you learn how to precisely weight yourself for optimum control, poise and balance learn to ascend and descend so effortlessly, as if we could only do so with the thought. Mastering the hydrodynamics, you move through an elegant and effective style. You swim near fragile environments without harm or hurt you. You must be a Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) and be at least 10 years Number of Dives: Two The bases buoyancy, ballast and regulations Hydrodynamics, balance and tilt Fine adjustments buoyancy and mastering hovering Materials: You'll Need Peak Performance Buoyancy video The patent counts toward the Master Scuba Diver

Underwater Navigator

Usual duration : 2 days

Be the diver everyone wants to follow and make sure that your sense of direction to become "legendary" by the Underwater Navigator Specialty course. When all are enthusiastic about a reef or a wreck discovered, is truly a unique moment - at some point, though, it's time to go back. In this moment we all turn to you: with the patent Underwater Navigator, in fact, you know what is the route to return the boat. Underwater navigation can be a challenge but, with the Underwater Navigator Specialty course, you will be able to deal with it! Will become familiar with the "tools of the trade, including navigation via natural clues and by compass. You learn to estimate distances underwater, follow navigation patterns and, if you followed an uneven path, with the Nav-Finder, you'll know what to do.

You must be a Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) Number of Dives: Three Navigation paths, natural and compass navigation Follow irregular routes with the Nav-Finder Find dive sites Materials: You will need the Nav-Pack, which includes the Underwater Navigator Manual, Underwater Navigation video and the Nav-Finder The patent counts toward the Master Scuba Diver

Wreck Diving

Usual duration : 2 days

Come down slowly and pass through the door of the past. You get to the bottom and see something that begins to take shape: first a tight top, then a door and finally ... a ship materializes in front of you! Just realize that it is a wreck, past and present meet. The wrecks lie to fate, or are sunk intentionally: that is, whether it's a ship, an airplane or an automobile, their appeal is almost irresistible to a diver. Thanks to Wreck Diving Specialty Course you will learn the skills, procedures and theoretical information needed to respond to the call of wreck diving.

You must be an Adventure Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) and be at least 15 years Number of Dives: Four dives in at least two days

Materials you will need: Wreck-Pak, which includes the Wreck Diver Manual and Wreck Diving video. The patent counts toward the Master Scuba Diver

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