PADI Advanced Open Water y PADI Adventure Diver
The second level of diving learning is divided into two different degrees: PADI Adventure Diver and PADI Advance Open Water Diver.
PADI ADVENTURE DIVER
Certification obtained after doing 3 Adventure Dives to be chosen by the student among all those offered (detailed in the following section).
PADI ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVER
Certification obtained after doing 5 Adventure dives: 2 of them are mandatory (deep diving and underwater navigation) and 3 at the student's choice.
In order to carry out adventure dives, the theoretical part of the chosen specialties must be worked on beforehand. For this, you will be given the teaching material and at the end of each subject the knowledge will be reviewed with the instructor.
This book contains as many topics as "adventure dives" there are, having to choose only those that we will carry out in practice.
Be qualified as a PADI Open Water Diver (or PADI Junior Open Water Diver) or have a qualified certification level from another organization.
Junior Open Water Divers of 10-11 years of age, must make three adventure dives to be Junior Adventure Diver. They should also dive with a PADI professional or their parent or certified guardian. Dives can not exceed 12 meters / 40 feet.
The Junior Open Water Divers of 12-14 years of age can complete three Adventure Dives to achieve the level of Junior Adventure Diver or five Adventure Dives to achieve the level of Junior Advanced Open Water. They must dive with a certified adult
Be in possession of a medical certificate that justifies that it is suitable for diving with self-contained breathing equipment issued in the 2 years prior to the registration of the course.
* All necessary equipment is included
SPECIALTY COURSES (PRICES TO CONSULT)
Advanced Open Water course can be combined with diving specialty courses, expanding the number of specialty dives as required by the specialty course and getting a new Specialty certification.
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