PADI Courses - Continue Diving
All our courses are directed by professional PADI Diving Instructors.
By doing a PADI Adventure Dive you can get more experience beyond Open Water Diver level. You can choose a dive from more than 15 Adventure Dives, for example a digital underwater photography dive, drift dive, wreck dive, boat dive, multilevel and computer dive, deep dive or peak performance buoyancy.
In the PADI Adventure Diver course you can get more experience beyond Open Water Diver level by doing three Adventure Dives. You can choose the dives from more than 15 Adventure Dives, for example a digital underwater photography dive, drift dive, wreck dive, boat dive, multilevel and computer dive, deep dive or peak performance buoyancy.
During the PADI Advanced Diver course you can get more experience beyond Open Water Diver level by doing five Adventure Dives. Mandatory are the deep and underwater navigation Adventure Dives. You can choose three additional Adventure dives to complete your course, for example a digital underwater photography dive, drift dive, wreck dive, boat dive, multilevel and computer dive or peak performance buoyancy.
After having done the Advanced Diver course, you can enroll in the PADI Rescue Diver course. This course expands your knowledge and experience level. While in the Open Water Diver and Advanced Diver course you mainly learned how to take care of yourself while diving, in the Rescue Diver course you learn to look beyond yourself and consider the safety and well being of other divers. The Rescue Diver training prepares you to prevent problems and manage dive emergencies using a variety of skills and techniques. It’s a challenging but also very rewarding course, which takes more or less 7 days.
Prior to participating in the Rescue Diver course you need to prove successfully completion of a course in CPR (Primary Care) and basic first aid (Secondary Care) within the past two years. If you haven’t done such a course yet, you can participate in the Emergency First Response course which we also offer.
This is the highest non professional level in the PADI system of diver education. You can earn this certificate by completing the PADI Rescue Diver course, five specialty Diver courses and by having at least 50 dives logged.
The PADI Divemaster course is the entry to become a professional diver. Working closely with our PADI Instructors, you expand your diving knowledge and skills to a professional level. You develop leadership abilities through both classroom and independent study. Knowledge development, water skills, stamina exercises and training exercises to improve you ability to organize and solve problems are all part of the course. After successfully completion of this course you are qualified to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. This course should take at least 1 month, but the more time you have the better, to put everything you learn into practise.
By Spanish law, the minimal age for all courses is 14 years
- DSD in confined water (minimum age 12 years)
- Project AWARE Specialty (no minimum age)
- EFR (no minimum age)
- DAN Oxygen Provider
For all courses a medical statement signed by a doctor is required