Combining the Deluxe Open Water Course with the Deluxe Advanced Adventure Course will mean a total of 18 logged dives. This gives you, the student, a lot of experience and time underwater with your instructor.
Prices range from £1290 – £1515 depending on how many shore or boat dives are required.
All dives will be on a one to one basis with the instructor.
Atlantic Scuba dive school, Cornwall’s unique dive centre, UK.
The SDI Accomplished Diver program is designed to allow an individual who is certified through a recognized scuba certification agency, a Military Diver or someone who has experience on conventional (open circuit) diving equipment over many years and does not hold a recreational diver certification to receive an SDI Open Water Scuba Diver certification
Atlantic Scuba SDI dive school, Cornwall, UK.
This course is designed to give students the necessary skills to conduct open water dives in conditions similar to their training under the direct supervision of a qualified and active dive professional.
Upon successful completion of this course, graduates may:
1. Participate in dives under the direct supervision of a qualified and active dive professional to depths of 12 metres in conditions similar to their training for up to 12 months.
2. Enrol in the SDI Open Water Scuba Diver course. If the diver enrols in the Open Water Scuba Diver Course before their certification expires, they may follow the Supervised Diver Upgrade Procedure
Atlantic Scuba dive school, SDI in Cornwall, UK.
The CPR1st course is one of the two first responder courses that SDI offers. CPR1st, like SDI’s other course CPROX, is a straight forwarded program that teaches what you need to know to respond to an emergency until trained professionals arrive. The course is Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid combined in a comprehensive easy to remember format. You will learn the basics of:
- Stabilizing a victim
- Using materials that are on hand to respond to injuries
- Administering proper CPR
The ability and confidence to provide aid and assistance to another person is the true measure of a qualified rescue diver. There are an almost infinite number of scenarios that can require a practiced response to help another diver in trouble. Diving is conducted in a variety of settings, each with their own specific situations that can dictate how we interact to provide that help. How a diver deals with these situations can mean the difference between a smooth learned response to stress that neutralizes the problem… or allows it to escalate into panic or survival lessons.
This course provides the information to help you learn and master independent diver skills for self-help as well as being able to assess and respond to others. read more →
The SDI Advanced Diver Development Program was created to make true advanced divers. Under the old way of training a student could take an advanced course immediately following an open water course, and only have a total of 9 dives, all under the direct training of an instructor. The SDI Advanced Diver Development program requires a new open water student to complete 4 SDI Specialities or equivalent, combined with 25 logged dives. SDI feels a diver will truly be advanced after this is accomplished. read more →
Start Learning to Dive Solo Today SDI makes it possible for you to complete all of the academic requirements for your solo diver certification on-line. You can get started right now and, when you are done, complete your open-water training dives at an SDI Dive Center close to home, or at a popular vacation destination.
Getting your solo diver certification is a three-step process: read more →
You’ve taken your open water scuba diver course and now you’re ready to expand your knowledge but you would like to see what is out there first. The SDI Advanced Adventure Diver course will give you an overview of five (5) selected SDI specialties. Two of the specialties are SDI Deep Diver (30m qualification depth dive) and Navigation Diver, which are the foundation of continuing diver education. The remaining specialties include: read more →
Earning the SDI Assistant Instructor rating is one of the most important steps along the way within an SDI, TDI and/or ERDI Dive Leader’s career, as it is where you will learn to successfully train new and seasoned divers alike. This course has been meticulously crafted to help further your knowledge and experience with regard to the theories and techniques involved in teaching scuba diving as a whole. In this course you will have the opportunity to delve into how and why people learn; common barriers associated with learning and ways to overcome those barriers; the SDI Teaching Philosophy and why it works; risk management and how it applies to being a dive leader; and new ways to successfully market and sell scuba. read more →