PADI Specialty Courses RM950
A PADI specialty course is a series of dives relating to a specific underwater activity. Courses such as deep diver, peak performance buoyancy, underwater photography etc. are all different PADI specialty courses.
If you’ve already completed your advanced open water course congratulations! This means you would have completed the first dive of five different PADI specialty courses.
For example, if you continue your training and complete three more underwater navigation dives, you will have earned your PADI underwater navigation specialty certification.
Complete five PADI specialty diver courses along with your rescue diver course and earned your PADI Master Diver certification. PADI specialty courses are a great way to learn new skills and explore new and exciting things to do while diving. Each PADI Specialty course takes you past the PADI Open Water and PADI Advanced Open Water Diver courses giving you more time to focus on the type of diving you are most interested in.
PADI ADVANCED Open Water Diver or other equivalent certification (e.g CMAS 1*, SSI or STI Open Water)
This course is comprised of deep diving theory and 4 deep dives between 20-40 meters. Learn how to plan a deep dive safely by calculating your safe dive time, depth and air consumption using the RDP and a dive computer. Experience and learn to recognise the signs of nitrogen narcosis, and practise an emergency decompression stop before surfacing. By the end of the course you will be qualified to dive to 40meters, the absolute maximum for all recreational divers!
Want to capture what you see? Underwater photography is harder than it looks! In this course you will be taught underwater lighting techniques, composition, the importance of aperture and shutter speed, buoyancy control with a camera and how to edit your photos. You will quickly improve with top tips and tuition from our dive instructors.
PEAK PERFORMANCE BOUYANCY SPECIALITY
Fine-tune your buoyancy skills to perfection on this course designed to make you a better diver. Good buoyancy is an essential aspect of diving that gives you greater control, confidence and ability underwater. Ensure you are correctly weighted and comfortable in your equipment. Learn to swim backwards, through tight spaces, up, down and move gracefully underwater. Practice our different finning and breathing techniques and you will soon be swimming like a fish!