PADI® Discover Scuba Diving
Have you always wondered what it would be like to be able to breathe underwater? What's behind the next stone and what does the world look like from under water? Then you are exactly right with me. Try diving with me without obligation and look at a completely new world under water without any obligation. This course is also suitable if you are not yet sure whether you want to start the course with me or not. PADI® Introductory Scuba Diving (often referred to as “PADI® Discover Scuba Diving” or “DSD”) is just right for you.
PADI® Discover Scuba Diving is not a diving course with a “certification” that entitles you to dive with another diver (unless he is a diving instructor), but rather a quick and easy way to dive into the underwater world a little with a diving device and try it out. whether this will be your new hobby.
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- PADI - Academic
(CHF 60.00 will be credited to you when you book the PADI® Open Water Diver course within one year)
In the regular course you take part in the PADI® course with a group. We are looking for dates on which we can meet.
There are two or more of you and you want to be alone. Then our private course is just right for you. You are together as a group and indicate when the dates suit you and we will meet.
You are alone and would like to be able to set your appointments flexibly ? The VIP course is just right for you.
Have you always wondered what it's like to be able to breathe underwater? If you want to try scuba diving but aren't ready for a full course that culminates in a "brevet" (i.e. a PADI diver's license), Discover Scuba Diving (which is often referred to as "introductory diving") is just that Right one for you. PADI Diving Center offers this program either in a swimming pool, in shallow water off the beach or from a dive boat. You can try diving near you or at a diving center while on vacation. Discover Scuba Diving is not a diving course with a “certification”, but rather a quick and easy introduction in which you dive a little into the underwater world using diving equipment.
To enroll in a PADI Discover Scuba Diving program, you must be at least 10 years old. You don't need any previous diving experience, but you must be in good health.
You will learn the basic safety guidelines and skills needed for diving under the direct supervision of a PADI professional. If you're diving in open water, such as a lake or ocean, you'll practice some diving skills in relatively shallow water to prepare for your underwater adventure. Be ready:
- A discussion of the diving equipment you will use and how easily you can move around underwater with it.
- To get to know the feeling of being able to breathe underwater.
- To learn the most important skills needed for diving.
- Have fun swimming around and exploring the underwater environment.
- Inform you how to become a “certified” diver (i.e. a diver with a PADI diver’s license) through the PADI Open Water Diver course.