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Becoming a PADI Certified Diver

Adults can become certified by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) through the organization’s Open Water Diver course. This course is the most popular scuba course in the world and has taught millions of people how to scuba dive. Students can enroll in the Open Water Diver course without having any previous experience in scuba diving. However, students must possess adequate swimming skills and be physically healthy to enroll.

The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of taking a mandatory class, pool training, and open water training. Students are free to complete the academic section of their training either online or at a local PADI Resort or Dive Shop. Those who choose to study online are able to complete their class at a pace that works for them.

Once students know some of the basics about scuba diving, they learn about using the basic scuba gear needed, including a regulator, mask, and fins. This equipment varies depending on the type of water students plan on diving in most. Students are subsequently fitted with the proper scuba equipment for them and are allowed to complete their pool training. Experienced instructors take students to a pool to practice the techniques they learned in the academic section of the course, and all of the training dives are logged.

Students move to open water as soon as their instructor approves their training dives. All open water dives must also be approved by an instructor before students earn their certification.

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