PADI e-learning

STEP 2 Completing Your Pool Training

Once you have completed your E Learning program you are then ready to take the next step and book your place to complete your dive course.

There are a few ways to complete the pool sessions required for your PADI eLearn to dive course and then finish your certification.

Option 1: 5 Day Open Water Course (Itinerary...)

The most popular option is to join our 5 Day Learn to Dive course. Here your course is broken down into two components – 2 half days of pool training at our 5 star PADI training and continuing with our 3 day 2 night referral course. (Available every day except Sunday) Price $965 per person prior to 31 March 2017.

Option 2: 4 Day Open Water Course (Itinerary...)

The pool sessions are completed in 1 full day with a private instructor at our 5 star PADI training facility and continuing with our 3 day 2 night referral course. (Pool training available everyday except Sunday - 3 day liveaboard dive trip departs every day except Tuesday) Price $1240 per person prior to 31 March 2017.

The Options below include completing the pool sessions only of the eLearn to dive course and finishing the rest of the course with another company.

Course Requirements:

  • Complete Quick Review Quiz
  • Ability to swim 300m + float for 10min
  • Minimum age is 12 years, with no maximum age
  • Some medical conditions may prevent you from diving. You will be required to obtain a dive medical certificate if you answer “yes” to any of the questions on the Entry Level Student Diver Medical Declaration. This must be valid within 90 days of commencing the course and must be done before you start with us.
  • E-learner completion confirmation (Important: Please remember to print a copy of your confirmation once completed)

Important Information For Learn to Dive Course Participants continuing on with their dive education.

Prior to commencing your Learn to Dive Course you are required to complete the self-assessment Entry Level Student Dive Medical Declaration. A positive response to any question means that there is a pre-existing condition that may affect your safety while diving and you must consult a medical practitioner preferably with experience in diving medicine to obtain a dive medical certificate that states that you are fit to undertake recreational diver training.

To avoid disappointment we suggest that you complete the Student Diver Medical Declaration and if necessary obtain a dive medical from a doctor prior to commencement. (Any costs associated in this process are payable direct to the doctor).

Important Note: Student Diver Medical Declaration and Dive Medical (if required) must be completed within 90 days of commencement of your learn to dive course.

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Getting Started

Click here to enrol for PADI e-Learning.

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