We offer all PADI dive courses and the below chart will enable you to track the course you require and the relevant prerequisite requirements. Once you have decided on the course which is next suitable for you then you will find a specific course page which provides all the details you will need to include prerequisites, time and cost.

The courses on this site are categorised into the following for ease of reference.

Start Diving

  • Discover Scuba – Experience scuba diving for the first time or complete dive experiences prior to commencing the qualification course (PADI Open Water Course.
  • PADI Open Water Course – This is the scuba diving qualification course. This course includes 3 sections of which all three need to be completed. These sections are theory, 4 pool dives and 4 open water dives. Once all three sections are signed off by an instructor you will then be a qualified scuba diver.

Step 01 – Knowledge Development

The knowledge development portion of the course is designed so you can learn at your own pace and when it’s convenient for you. Complete the academics online or at the dive centre.

Step 02 – Confined Water Dives

Develop and practice scuba skills in a pool or water with pool-like conditions under direct instructor supervision. As you learn new skills, you’ll build the abilities and confidence needed for diving in open water, such as in a lake or the ocean.

Step 03 – Open Water Dives

Get ready to experience everything you’ve learned with the freedom of open water. As soon as your open water training dives are approved by your instructor you will be certified as a PADI Open Water Diver, enabling you to embark on unforgettable adventures.

Time Commitment

PADI courses are performance-based, enabling you to progress at your own pace. This type of learning ensures competent and prepared divers. Course completion varies by individual and normally takes 2 days diving and additional days preparing for and passing the theory.


Learning to scuba dive is comparable to other popular adventure sports and outdoor activities. You can expect to pay about the same as you would for a full day of surf lessons, a weekend of rock climbing lessons or about three hours of private golf lessons.

Essential Gear

The fit and comfort of your personal equipment are keys to having an enjoyable diving experience. At a minimum, you’ll want your own mask, snorkel and fins when you begin your first course. We can provide you assistance when you are looking to purchase your dive mask.

Advance Your Diving Skills

  • Altitude Diver – (Diving at Altitude)
  • Project AWARE Specialist – (Project AWARE)
  • AWARE – Fish – (Fish and protection of the environment)
  • AWARE – Coral Reef Conservation – (Conservation of corel reefs)
  • Identification – (Fish Identification)
  • Boat Diver – (Diving from a Boat)
  • Deep Diver – (Completing deep dives)
  • Wreck Diver – (Diving wrecks)
  • Cavern Diver – (Diving Caverns)
  • Ice Diver – (Diving with ice conditions)
  • Search and Recovery Diver – (Searching and rescuing divers)
  • Emergency oxygen provider – (Providing emergency oxygen)
  • Digital Underwater Photographer – (Underwater photography)
  • Diver Propulsion Vehicle Diver – (Diver propulsion)
  • Drift Diver – (Drift Diving)
  • Enriched Air Diver – (Diving with Nitrox)
  • Equipment Specialist – (Understanding equipment)
  • Multilevel Diver – (Diving at multiple levels)
  • Night Diver – (Diving at Night)
  • Peak Performance Buoyancy – (Obtaining peak buoyancy)
  • Sidemount Diver – (Diving with sidemounts)
  • Underwater Naturalist – (Natural diving)
  • Underwater Navigator – (Navigation during diving)
  • Underwater Photographer – (Photography)
  • Underwater Videographer – (Videography)

Step 01 – Build Expertise

Continuing your dive education increases opportunities for exploration and introduces you to new and exciting ways to experience the underwater world. You can sign up for a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course immediately after earning your Open Water Diver certification.

Step 02 – Dive Deeper

Being more confident in the water is what every diver desires and the PADI Rescue Diver course will help you get there. During the course, you become a better buddy by learning the skills and awareness to prevent problems.

Step 03 – Become a Better Buddy

With more than 26 courses to choose from, PADI Specialty Courses like Digital Underwater Photography, Wreck Diver or Night Diver, teach you new techniques and give you the tools to enhance your exploration and passion for diving.

Explore PADI Specialties

Enriched Air

The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular specialty scuba course. Why? Because scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression time, especially on repetitive scuba dives. If staying down longer and getting back in the water sooner sounds appealing, then don’t hesitate to become an enriched air diver.

Deep Diver

There’s something exciting and mysterious about exploring deeper dive sites. Whether it’s a wreck or a wall dive that lures you deeper, the Deep Diver course enables you to dive with confidence at depths down to 40 metres/130 feet.

Night Diver

The thought of dipping below the surface at night seems mysterious, yet so alluring. While diving at night you drop into a whole new world and watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light. The scene changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge. Sign up for the PADI Night Diver Specialty course.


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