PADI BubbleMaker & Seal Team
The Bubblemaker program introduces scuba as an activity that allows children to experience the underwater world. Under close supervision, participants swim around in scuba in shallow confined water.
Age: 8 and 9 Year Olds
Depth – Maximum 4 metres/12 feet
PADI Seal Team
The PADI Seal Team program keeps youngsters diving, learning and having fun until they are ready to enroll in the PADI Junior Scuba Diver or Open Water Diver course. The program comprises Fifteen AquaMissions to complete.
Junior Open Water Scuba Diver
Age: 10 years old and above
Maximum depth: 12 meters
Certification for juniors, as for adults, is based on mastery learning. Junior Diver certification cards state the restrictions based on age. After certification, 10-11 year olds are restricted to diving with a parent, guardian or PADI Professional to 12 metre/40 feet maximum depth; 12-14 year olds must dive with an adult certified diver.
In this photo you can see Magda, half Egyptian, half Swedish
and only 10 years old!
Instructor Abdallah Hussein says, “kids are easy to teach, they have no fear!”. Abdallah Hussein has over 15 years experience in
teaching scuba diving all over Egypt and in Ko Tao, Thailand.
Learning to scuba dive has never been more convenient!
Whether you’re on the go or want to take it slow, now you can complete the knowledge development part of the PADI Open Water Diver course, the PADI Advanced Open Water course and the Nitrox course, online with PADI eLearning. It’s a great match for your active schedule.
Then you come to our facility to complete your training:
While you’re working through the PADI Open Water Diver course the PADI Advanced Open Water course and the Nitrox course online, you can print your e-Learning Record and bring it in to start your underwater adventures.
You’ll learn dive skills from one of our highly-trained PADI Instructors first during confined and later during open water dives. The skills you learn in these dives will prepare you to explore a whole new world. Start today on a lifetime of adventure and fun!
Standard PADI Courses
PADI Scuba Diver
The Scuba Diver is a subcourse within the Open Water Diver course. It is a limited certification for everybody who only wants to dive to a depth of max. 12m under the supervision of a certified divemaster, assistant instructor or instructor. It teaches student divers the fundamental knowledge and skills for diving but completes only 3 of the sections of the Open Water course. It is easy to upgrade your Scuba Diver to Open Water within 12 months.
PADI Open Water
The PADI Open Water Diver course teaches student divers the skills and knowledge, necessary to dive with a buddy independently of supervision. Depending on your prior knowledge (use the e-learning option if you want to win time in your holidays) you’ll start with a theoretical part that teaches you basic knowledge for diving. As soon as possible your dive instructor will take you to your first dive in shallow and calm water, where you can practice the skills you’ve just learned. Once you have mastered the skills in shallow water (like mask removal) you can start your 4 Open Water dives, maximum depth 18 meters! – the last five under open water conditions – and some studying over the surface, you can complete your Open Water Diver certification with a quiz and exam.
Welcome to the amazing world of diving!
PADI Adventure Diver
The PADI Adventure Diver is a set of 3 adventure dives. Which adventures you choose is just up to you: Whether you want to try your first night dive or you’ve always dreamt of exploring the mysteries of a sunken wreck, just tell us what you like and your instructor will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct it in a safe and enjoyable way.
The adventure dives are also a great way to discover new and specialized interests in the great range of possible diving activities. The program allows divers to customize their training path and learn various underwater tasks that broaden their awareness of the environment and their capabilities as divers.
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
The PADI Advanced Open Water is a set of 5 dives. It includes 1 Navigation dive and 1 Deep dive plus 3 adventure dives. Of course there is also some theory that has to be covered during the course to provide you with the necessary background knowledge. You can complete this course all at once or finish it step by step.
PADI Rescue Diver Course
The PADI Rescue Diver is designed to fine-tune your ability to prevent problems, and it teaches you how to handle specific and potentially complex diving problems professionally. You’ll learn about rescue techniques, prevention of accidents and the management of possible emergencies. A challenging but very useful course!
PADI Dive Master
This course is the first PADI professional level designed for all those who are considering to make diving a source of their income. It teaches the overall knowledge: Physiology, physics, equipment, skills & environment and use of recreational dive planners in theory and practice. You have to complete the Advanced Open Water Diver, the Rescue Diver and have at least 40 logged dives before you start the Dive Master course.
This is a course, divided into two parts: You start with the Assistant Instructor course, followed by the Instructor Development Course (IDC) leading to the Instructor Examination to become a fully certified Open Water Scuba Instructor – OWSI. From now on you are able and allowed to teach diving by yourself.
PADI Specialty Diver Courses
The purpose of the PADI Specialty Diver courses is to familiarize divers with the skills, knowledge, planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards concerning various special interest areas in diving, such as underwater photography, navigation, enriched air (Nitrox), night or wreck diving, cavern dives, underwater ecology,… to mention just a few.
Legend: (A) Adventure dive, (S) Specialty dive
PADI Deep (A or S)
This course is designed to be an introduction to deep diving and to help the student diver in developing the necessary skills, knowledge and techniques to safely participate in deep diving activities. You’ll learn about techniques to dive down to a depth of 18 to 40 meters. We’ll also cover special deep diving equipment and what you need to know to plan, organize and conduct a deep dive safely.
PADI Aware Fish Identification (S)
This course is designed to introduce divers to the most common families and species of fish found in temperate and tropical waters. Divers learn basic fish identification and scientific surveying techniques. It’s a great way to combine your recreational underwater activities with doing something potentially really useful.
PADI AWARE Coral Reef Conservation (S)
The AWARE – Coral Reef Conservation course teaches divers, snorkelers and non-divers about the vital role coral reefs play in the marine environment and how these ecosystems are currently threatened. You’ll learn about the current condition of coral reefs worldwide, the Project AWARE Foundation, how coral reefs function and why they are so important as well as what you personally can – under the water and on the surface – to prevent further damage.
PADI Drift (A or S)
This course is designed to be an introduction to drift diving by showing you how to enjoy rivers and ocean currents by “going with the flow,” staying with your dive partner, communicating with the dive boat and knowing where you are the whole time. During this course you’ll gain experience in handling special drift diving equipment, improve your buoyancy control, navigation and communication skills and learn about causes and effects of aquatic currents.
PADI Enriched Air Dive (Nitrox) (S)
This course is designed to qualify recreational divers to use enriched air (“NITROX”) for non-stop recreational diving. The program is one of the most popular among the PADI courses, because NITROX-Diving enables you to stay under water longer by giving you more no decompression dive time, especially on repetitive dives.
You’ll learn about techniques and equipment you need for diving with enriched air.
PADI Multilevel and Computer Dive (A or S)
This course is designed to be an introduction to multilevel diving and to help the student diver develop the necessary skills, knowledge and techniques.
You’ll learn what multilevel diving is and why you need to plan for multilevel dives. We’ll also cover the various types of multilevel dive calculators (including dive computers), multilevel dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques, and potential problems. During the course, you’ll plan a multilevel dive profile yourself and dive it with your PADI Instructor later in Open Water.
PADI Night Dive (A or S)
This course is designed to be an introduction to night diving and to help the student diver develop the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary to safely participate in night-diving activities, such as: Planning and organizing, procedures, techniques, potential dangers and hazards, buoyancy control, entering the water and underwater navigation at night.
Night dives introduce you to another unknown world under water. You’ll discover even more marine life, because many of the plants and animals of the reef are nocturnal.
PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy (A or S)
The purpose of the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty course is to polish a diver’s buoyancy control beyond the Open Water Diver level. The goal of PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy training is to enhance the student diver diver’s buoyancy control abilities through knowledge development and practical skills practice. You’ll learn how to adjust your equipment to be perfectly balanced in the water, to fine-tune your weight and to streamline to save air and move smoothly through the water. The benefits of a perfect buoyancy control are less use of air, the ability to glide weightless through the open water and less (or no) damage for the sensitive marine environment.
PADI Search & Recovery Diver (A or S)
This course is designed to help the student diver develop the necessary skills and knowledge for safe search and recovery diving. You’ll learn how to locate objects under water and bring them to the surface. For that we need to talk about planning, organizing, procedures and techniques of search and recovery dives, and of course about potential dangers and how to avoid them. No matter if you or somebody else lost something under water and no matter if it’s big, heavy or cumbrous, there is always a way to bring it to the surface!
PADI Underwater Naturalist (A or S)
This course is designed to be an introduction to the underwater aquatic environment and to help the student diver to develop safe and responsible interaction with aquatic life. We’ll learn about the major aquatic life groupings, their interactions and we’ll provide you with information in order to bust some wide spread myths and errors. You also have the chance to put this information into practice during two open water dives.
PADI Underwater Navigator (A or S)
Underwater navigation can be a real challenge. That’s why we recommend to take the PADI Underwater Navigator Course, which provides you with the skills and knowledge necessary for safe underwater navigation. We’ll cover basics of navigation with natural navigation points as well as with a compass. We’ll also learn how to mark an underwater object or place and to find it from the surface, how to make an underwater map, how to estimate distances under water and much more.
PADI Underwater Digital Photography (A or S)
This course is an introduction to digital underwater photography. It familiarizes you with todays modern digital equipment. Whether you use a point-and-shoot snap camera or a sophisticated D-SLR, this course will teach you about, how to choose the right underwater camera system for you, the PADI SEA method for getting great shots quickly and general rules and techniques for good underwater photos.
PADI Underwater Videography (A or S)
This course shows you how to create videos under water that are interesting, entertaining and worth watching again and again. We’ll learn about choosing, maintaining and caring for your underwater video equipment as well as about basics of videography (such as exposure, focus, shot types, moves, the editing process and much more)
PADI Wreck Dive (A or S)
Ships, Aircraft, cars – whatever goes into the sea and sinks there gets colonized by marine life sooner or later. Wrecks are fascinating many divers. That’s why in this course you’ll learn everything you need to know to participate in wreck dives safely and with lots of fun. We’ll cover techniques to explore a wreck safely, risk reduction measures, ways to investigate the background history of your favorite wrecks, appropriate equipment as well as methods of planning, organizing and conducting a wreck dive. And of course you will do your own wreck dives too under supervision of your instructor.
PADI Emergency First Response – EFR (S)
It’s a training that teaches CPR and first aid emergency care for divers and non divers. Of course we all hope that you’ll never need those skills but in case you once need it, it will make a big difference. You’ll learn about Basic Life Support and CPR, how to prevent and care for a state of shock, management of spinal injuries, use of barriers to reduce disease transmission risk and basic first aid and first aid kit consideration.
PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider (S)
The Emergency Oxygen Provider course teaches divers and non divers how to use emergency oxygen as a useful treatment for many injuries and as primary first aid given to individuals suffering from a near drowning or decompression illness (lung expansion injuries and decompression sickness). Course participant learn how to provide oxygen in case of an emergency.
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