Continuing Diver Education
It's Time to Level Up...
to PADI Adventure Diver, PADI Advanced Open Water Diver, or PADI Specialty Diver
Only this is no video game. This is real. And it’s a new and exciting world. You are an explorer below sea level where your next oceanic animal encounter hovers just around the reef. You never know what you might see. Leave the marine park behind…this is authentic, this is natural, this is wild! And the more scuba skills you acquire, the wider your underwater horizons will be. It’s a big ocean out there with many exotic destinations to satisfy your adventurer’s desire. “Level Up” and dive deeper into your scuba skills. Traverse the water world with confidence.
Leave the formal classroom behind and dive. This is what you’ll be doing in the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course, where you choose five specialties from a fun list of options: Fish Identification, Search and Recovery, Underwater Photography, Wreck Diving, Night Diving, Deep Diving, Drift Diving, etc. Sound exciting? It is! This is where you get to branch out as a diver, gain more dive experience, and improve your skills. Complete your five different dives and the associated skills with your PADI Instructor after having completed the online modules. Get started on those modules now with PADI eLearning®. Then book one of Lisa’s Just Go Scuba trips for the actual dives. She can be your travel hostess AND dive instructor.
The PADI Adventure Diver course (choose only three specialties) is a subset of the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course(above). Your choice!
Maybe you already have a specialty you want to dive right into! You can do just that! Go straight for the course you’re interested in. PADI offers many specialty certifications. For example, maybe you’re a World War II history buff interested in exploring firsthand the wrecks of Truk Lagoon in the South Pacific. Complete the Wreck Diver course, then get on a plane and go! Alternatively, do the course there. Or maybe photography or videography has captured your eye, and YOU want to be the one behind the camera getting that shot of sea horses in La Paz, Mexico, or footage of schooling hammerhead sharks in Cocos Islands, Costa Rica. If so, the Digital Underwater Photographer or the Underwater Videographer course is for you. There are twenty-six courses to choose from! Sign up now for that PADI Specialty Diver course that speaks to you. You may even get credit for dives toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification (and vice versa). You can start any one of these courses online now.