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Digital or Classroom – the best option for your dive theory

Digital or Classroom – the best option for your dive theory

14 October, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

Written by guest blogger Danielle Schofield So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and complete your PADI Open Water Diver course. Before you can explore the underwater world, your scuba journey must first begin on land – by learning the academics behind dive skills, scuba equipment and safety. The theory portion […]

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Open Water Diver Course: 3 Options for Knowledge Development

Open Water Diver Course: 3 Options for Knowledge Development

1 July, 2015 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

If you’re researching your options about learning to scuba dive, you may have noticed that the PADI Open Water Course consists of 3 main phases: knowledge development, confined water dives, and open water dives. We’re here to talk about the Knowledge Development section. In this section, you will learn the principles, […]

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Learn to Dive with PADI

Learn to Dive with PADI

24 September, 2013 at 3:35 am Comments are Disabled

Have you ever been on a summer holiday, but felt like something was missing during the long hours spent on the beach? Do you wander around the water’s edge, contemplating what types of creatures call the space home? It’s time to change your intrigue into exciting adventure, and see why […]

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PADI eLearning® – What’s it all about?

PADI eLearning® – What’s it all about?

1 February, 2013 at 8:29 pm Comments are Disabled

As a PADI Professional one of the most common things I hear from divers is that they would love to do their next PADI course but they don’t know if they can find the time. With most people working longer hours during the week it is a legitimate excuse for […]

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Dive Guru™ – <span style=ePath to Pro" />

Dive Guru™ – ePath to Pro

13 July, 2011 at 12:41 am 9 comments

Not to show the Guru’s age (after all, shouldn’t Guru’s be timeless? Or is it ageless?), but back when the Dive Guru™ learned to dive, it was a much gentler time. In fact, it was just much gentler and everyone had more time. What that means is that the Guru’s […]

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