PADI Open Water Certification Weekend Scuba Course April 2018
PADI Open Water Certification Weekend Scuba Course April 2018. Get your PADI Open Water Certification with DDS! Our Award Winning 5 PADI Star Scuba Diving program will be running Saturday April 21-22, 2018 which will cover your class and pool sessions. Open Water Dives will can be completed away on a winter trip or locally this coming spring, or you can even take a referral and certify on your own trip if traveling abroad this winter.
Dan’s is one of North America’s most respected, experienced, progressive and visionary dive shops. We pride ourselves on offering you a higher level of training designed to take you further into the life long adventure of scuba diving.
Minimum age is 10 years by PADI standards, however we strongly recommend 12-14 years (Unless accompanied by a parent).
How can you enroll?
You complete the Open Water Diver Course classroom component on eLearn . We will have you complete all academic portions of the PADI Open Water Diver Course and videos at your own pace and will meet up for Classroom with your Instructor as we fill in many of the gaps left in traditional dive training with a more informative and beneficial dive training experience.
Upon successful completion of classroom and pool sessions, students will need to complete an Open Water Diving component usually held over a weekend.
Open Water Dives are required for Open Water certification and are included in your full course price and completed locally.
Scuba courses are available 12 months of the year.
PADI Open Water Class/Pool Only $350+HST
Full PADI Open Water Certification Course Cost is only $500+HST ALL INCLUSIVE for the standard course with eLearning activation code and PADI Deluxe Multimedia Crewpak (digital dive tables, virtual log book with PADI Scuba Earth and more!). Includes class, pool, open water dives, full scuba equipment rental (no snorkeling gear), certification fees and more.
What gear will you need?
All students will need to purchase their own Mask, Strap Fins, Snorkel, Boots, however many of our students prefer to purchase the rest of their kit too. You’ll want to buy the right gear, so please have a read through our DDS Student Diver PDF and learn more about the specific gear requirements and training differences we offer, as well as some incentives.
You don’t need to purchase a weight belt and weights, at DDS we don’t believe in over-weighting our students. Weight belts are an outdated piece of gear that has not been used by us in training since the late 1990’s.Our divers are taught to use little to no weight.
Financing is available: Finance your course, snorkeling gear and even your scuba equipment package at a very reasonable rate. Ask staff for details and learn diving in the best equipment you can…..your own personal dive gear, or ours.
DDS will include all scuba equipment for the course, however, you will enjoy your diving experience much more in your own personal dive equipment.