Once you’re an experienced diver, the underwater world is your oyster. Literally. You can go in no-end of exciting diving directions. If you want to keep learning and develop your diving skills, think about working your way through the PADI system. There are all sorts of courses you can sign up for. Not only will you have a great time exploring the reefs and gain a better understanding of the aquatic world, you’ll really develop as a diver, gaining valuable experience.
We’ve got a great selection of advanced courses for experienced divers. One of the most popular is our PADI Adventure Dives. They’re great if you’re interested in a particular type of diving – night, deep or drift dives for example. They also count towards the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification, which fine-tunes your open water skills with five dives. Or perhaps you’ll go for one of our PADI specialities. There’s a huge choice of courses from Digital Underwater Photographer and Night Diver to Project Aware Fish ID and Underwater Navigation.
Many experienced divers want to go beyond the recreational and develop so they can perform diver rescues and manage diving accident situations. If this sounds up your street, you can book our PADI Rescue Diver course. It’s a really rewarding course because you learn to consider the safety and well being of other divers. In the same vein is our Emergency First Response course. This one teaches you everything you need to perform CPR and first aid and how to handle potentially life-threatening situations .