An introduction dive is a way to get acquainted with the underwater world. Under a professional instructor, you take a look underwater and experience a feeling that you never forget. Upon arrival or arriving, your instructor will be ready for fitting your diving equipment and then explain the basics of diving.
NEXT STEP TO INDEPENDENT DIVING
The Scuba Diver / Open Water Diver Course is a great “beginning” but is more challenging as you will become an autonomous diver. If you have already attended the Scuba Diver Course… you’ve already got a head start!
The international certification you will attain enables you to dive (without the requirement of being accompanied by a diving professional) with a dive buddy to a maximum depth of 18 meters (60 feet).
The Advanced Open Water Diver course represents the second level of training, thanks to which you will learn to manage some special activities such as exploring deeper and navigating with and without a compass. You may also learn to search and salvage objects, dive in a current, dive on wrecks, in conditions of poor visibility, or at night. The international certification you will attain certifies you to dive, with a dive buddy, to a depth of 30 meters (100 feet).
ADVANCE RESCUE TECHNIQUES
The Scuba Rescue Diver course is one of the best ways of learning how to deal with diving emergencies. However, in the PSS training system, there are two other courses dedicated to rescuing: First Aid – CPR and Oxygen in Diving Emergency. The first has general applications, while the second deals with the administration of normobaric oxygen to an injured diver. These three courses are therefore complementary and designed to deal with all the possible scenarios of any type of diving emergency…
If you have the necessary requirements, you can become a diving professional: Divemaster, Assistant Instructor, or Scuba Instructor. These internationally recognized professional qualifications certify you to accompany or train divers anywhere in the world.
PSS Scuba Instructors with the necessary experience and competence can take up a teaching career and train diving instructors by qualifying as a Technical Instructor or becoming an Emergency Instructor.
MASTER DIVING TECHNIQUES
The courses in the PSS Technical division belong to the branch of diving generally referred to as “technical”.The term Technica is used to define any dive during which a change of breathing gas is made. However, the PSS organization feels this definition to be too broad while, at the same time, too restrictive. Therefore, they consider any type of dive (within or exceeding the maximum no-deco dive times) made beyond the limits of recreational diving gas “technical” diving. Obviously, technical diving also has established limits that must be respected, particularly during training activities.
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