The OPEN WATER DIVER Course represents the basic and the most important category of diving training. A successful completion of the course is a prerequisite for the practice of diving. After completing the course and obtaining an internationally recognized diving certificate a SSI Open Water Diver can dive with other divers to a depth of 18 m.
At the course you will learn how to use scuba equipment, designed for autonomous diving with air. You will learn the processes of self-help, the support to a partner and how to achieve neutral buoyancy.
The aim of the course is to train a reliable and secure diver.
An Open Water Diver course includes classroom, confident and open water sessions. You will practice SCUBA under the Comfort Through Repetition teaching method.
The Course Program:
The course is divided into three parts: lecture, practical work in confined waters and the final part in the open water (sea).
- Your Diving equipment
- Using your diving equipment
- Your body and the underwater world
- Planning and executing your dive
- Your Underwater world
- Your Scuba diving experiences and beyond
Practical exercises in confined waters:
Practical exercises in confined waters are carried out in a pool or shallow sea (from a dive boat or from the shore).
The final part of the course in open water (sea):
The dives in the final part of the course are conducted from a dive boat or from the shore.
The price of the course includes:
- digital learning materials
- exercises and dives in confined and open water
- digital certification card
- renting of diving equipment