Diving Blues offers PADI recreational scuba training and skill development workshops. Our focus is to ensure you get the right start, understand and feel comfortable with what you are learning.
Whether you have no scuba experience or your goal is to be a better diver we teach you the skills you need to become a comfortable, confident, self-sufficient and safe thinking scuba diver, that respects the unique underwater environment.
Learning new skills can be a daunting task and we recognise that to gain comfort and to function efficiently in the water column requires time, and dedication from the student and the instructor. We have found that land drill practice and performing new skills and tasks on the surface before submerging to shallow water, enables students to clearly understand what's required and gets better results. Therefore you're not just thrown in at the deep end, all your training progresses in stages.
All courses and workshops are structured over a number of set days, but we can always set aside more time if you're a little nervous or need more time to complete the class. We teach with a maximum in-water ratio of 1 instructor to 2 students. This guarantee’s we have the time to address any issues you may have.
If you’re serious about wanting to learn to scuba dive read more. However, if you're already certified and it’s your ambition to become a better diver then choose your course!
What you'll learn
Diving is an exciting and exhilarating sport, but to do it safely one needs a solid foundation in the core skills of diving.
Through training you will gain a comprehensive understanding of:
• Buoyancy control
• The importance of being properly weighted and how to set your weight
• Efficient propulsion techniques
• Body position and trim
• How to set up and check your equipment
• Dive planning and team diving
We have summarised the content and goals of the different courses on the detail pages you can find above. If you miss any information or have any unanswered questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Anybody who wants to participate in a scuba course or program will be asked to fill out a medical statement to confirm they have no medical condition that will stop them from diving. If you have to answer YES to any of these questions, you will need to see a physician to check whether you are allowed to dive or not. You can download the medical statement here to check if you have any such conditions. Please contact us if you have any further questions.
OPEN WATER COURSE
ADVANCED OPEN WATER COURSE
ENRICHED AIR DIVER SPECIALITY
EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDER