Learning to dive isn't difficult, but like any activity worth doing, it requires some time and effort. While taking the PADI Open Water Diver course , you'll enjoy three phases: Knowledge Development, Confined Water Dives and Open Water Dives.
1. Knowledge Development - This develops your familiarity with basic principles and procedures. You learn things like how pressure affects your body, how to choose the best gear and what to consider when planning dives.
2. Confined Water Dives - This is what it's all about - diving. You develop basic scuba skills in a pool or in a body of water with pool-like conditions. Here you'll learn everything from setting up your gear to how to easily get water out of your mask without surfacing. You'll also practice some emergency skills, like sharing air - just in case. Plus, you may play some games, make new friends and have a great time.
You'll be diving in less time than you think. Typically, you complete the PADI Open Water Diver course over anywhere from three or four days to six weeks, depending upon how frequently you meet with your instructor. PADI courses are performance-based, which means your instructor's interested in you learning to dive, not in how long you sit in a class. This means that you progress at your own pace - faster or slower depending upon the time you need to become a confident diver who dives regularly.
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