Learning to scuba dive continues with the Advanced Open Water . If, after obtaining the Open Water Diver level , you want to improve your diving techniques, then this course will meet your expectations. This fun training will allow you to discover new types of diving that prepare you for all types of event in addition to gaining significant experience in the field. Note that the Advanced Open Water Diver from SSI (Scuba Schools International), offers an experience and almost similar courses to those at PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors).
PADI Advanced Open Water is a certification given by the American PADI Federation. This is the most popular and most popular federation to pass the different learning levels. The Advanced Open Water Diver is a direct follow-up to the Open Water level and is therefore a continuation. This course will give you the opportunity to perfect your diving technique and develop your ease under water through 2 imposed dives and 3 dives called Specialty or Adventure. Ultimately, the goal of this course is to provide you with all the elements to make you a diver able to go up to 30 meters deep (the maximum depth allowed by PADI) with a monitor and 20 meters in total autonomy.
To pass the Advanced Open Water it is necessary to meet certain conditions. First, the diver must have passed and passed the Open Water level . However, he may also hold a recognized qualification given by another federation. This qualification must be at or above the Open Water level. Otherwise, the diver must be at least 15 years of age in order to be authorized to pass the training and to have a medical certificate announcing the non-contra-indication to scuba diving.
With the Advanced Open Water , you'll be able to use all the dive gear basic (mask, snorkel, fins, regulator, buoyancy compensator diving bottle, diving computer) as well as an underwater compass. The equipment will then depend on the three specialty dives you choose. In short, you could use underwater photography equipment, a diving lamp, parachutes, a dry suit, underwater scooters and a variety of other equipment regarding the chosen specialties.
L'Advanced Open Water, est un diplôme qui vous fournira des compétences plus poussées en terme de plongée sous-marine. A la fin du cours dans sa totalité vous maîtriserez les aspects pratiques de la plongée profonde, les effets physiologiques de la plongée scaphandre, les différentes façons d'utiliser un compas, estimer une distance et s'orienter sous l'eau, comment utiliser au mieux son ordinateur de plongée et sa table de plongée ainsi qu'une multitude de trucs et astuces en fonction des trois plongées Aventure que vous aurez choisi.
The Advanced Open Water , is a diploma that will provide you with more advanced skills in terms of scuba diving. At the end of the course in its totality you will master the practical aspects of deep diving, the physiological effects of scuba diving, the different ways to use a compass, estimate a distance and navigate under water, how to use at better dive computer and dive table and a lot of tips and tricks according to the three dives Adventure you have chosen.
Once you have obtained your PADI Advanced Advanced Open Water Diver certification, you have two options if you want to progress further as a diver.
This option is for anyone wishing to become PADI Divemaster or Instructor. If this is really your main goal, then you will need to pass the Rescue Diver level. This is, according to the diving community, the most difficult course but also one of the most rewarding. The certified Rescue Diver diver is capable of handling self-rescue, rescuing panicked divers and unconscious divers. They are also very good at recognizing an emergency situation and coping with the stress of other divers, and have a perfect command of the use of emergency equipment.
This training leads you to be certified PADI Master Scuba Diver . In order to pass the Master Scuba Diver , you must have obtained five diving specialties, the Rescue diver certification and have completed a minimum of 50 dives. This is the highest level for recreational divers. To be certified Master Scuba Diver is to be part of an elite group capable of achieving practically anything underwater and with considerable experience.