PADI Training Roadmap
As you can see there is plenty to do in Scuba Diving. We offer many classes and schedule many fun trips..
Rescue Diver Most experienced divers quickly move beyond thinking of basic skills and become confident divers prepared to address issues they may encounter themselves and begin to look to assist others as they share their diving knowledge. The Rescue Diver Course leads participants through exercises in identifying potential hazards and preventing problems before they occur, self rescue, assisting divers, and accident scene management NOTE: Current CPR and First Aid Certification are prerequisite for the Rescue Diver Course (see the EFR Training for info on CPR and First Aid Training).
Open Water Diver
Here is where you start the adventure! The PADI Open Water Diver Class consists of 2 elements. First, the confined water training gives you the opportunity to experience SCUBA in the safe, warm and clear environment of a swimming pool or similar body of water. Then, the open water training lets you carry the skills learned in the pool to the "real world" on one of our dive trips and dive in one of many local and exotic destinations. Start as young a 10 years old!
Advanced Open Water Diver Advanced Open Water Training is a fun and safe way to gain experience in several areas of diving. Expand your diving experiences with 5 training dives (2 required dives "Underwater Navigation and Deep" and 3 elective dives you choose based on our trips destination. The AOW training dives are offered on all of our trips. Just drop us an email, sign up for the advanced open water class, pick up your Adventures In Diving Manual and get started today! .
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Emergency First Response Emergency First Response (EFR) is the fastest-growing international CPR, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid training organization. Dedicated to training the lay rescuer, EFR courses encompasses adult, child and infant CPR skills, provides AED and First Aid training, and feature an outstanding First Aid at Work component. The company’s award-winning programs and state-of-the-art training materials make it a favorite among divers around the world. Many divers take the Emergency First Response courses to meet program prerequisites, such as PADI Rescue Diver, or as preparation for becoming a PADI Divemaster However, most have also found the EFR program to be important in every day life. They have taken a significant step in emergency preparedness, and feel confident that they can provide care should an emergency situation arise. The Emergency First Response program meets requirements for CPR and First Aid in the workplace (OSHA Guideline 29 CFR 1910.151), and incorporates the latest procedures for emergency patient care. Other organizations that recognize EFR as meeting their requirements are United States Coast Guard, The Boy Scouts of America, and the American Council on Exercise (ACE), to name a few.
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