The Bubblemaker program introduces,
SCUBA as an activity that allows children to experience the underwater world. Under close supervision, participants swim around on scuba in shallow confined water – just playing. Colorful Bubblemaker emblems, decals, towels and toys along with a distinctive recognition certificate and card make the experience one to remember.
OPEN WATER DIVER COURSE:
PADI Open Water Diver program composed from 3 main modules all these modules contains 5 different headings. These modules are,
Confined Water Dive training
Open Water Dive training
During theory sessions there will be 4 quizzes and 1 final examination. After satisfactorily completion of this course, PADI Open Water Divers are qualified to:
Dive with a buddy independent of supervision while applying the knowledge and skills they learn in this course, within the limits of their training and experience.
Obtain air fills, scuba equipment and other services.
Plan, conduct and log Open Water no stop (No Decompression) dives when properly equipped and when accompanied by a buddy in conditions with which they have training and/or experience.
Continue their dive training with a specialty dive in PADI Specialty courses.
During this course, the documentation and learning materials are as follows:
Open Water Manual- English and/or Turkish
Open Water Diver CD
Open Water Diver Video
Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving
PADI Instructor Manual
Recreational Dive Planner (Table and The Wheel)
Aquatic Cue Cards
After satisfactorily completion of all the requirements of this course Positive Identification Card will be issued by PADI signed by the Instructor.
ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVER COURSE:
The PADI Adventures in Diving program provides divers with a structured means to explore special diving interests and gain dive experience. Participating in an Adventure
Dive is often the first step novice divers take after their initial certification. However, all divers benefit from the program’s flexibility and the opportunity it provides for discovery and exploration.
The program allows student divers to customize their training path and learn various underwater tasks that broaden their awareness of the environment and their capabilities as divers.
RESCUE DIVER COURSE:
The PADI Rescue Diver course is a pivotal step in expanding a diver’s knowledge and experience. Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves to consider the safety and well-being of other divers. This is why the PADI Rescue Diver certification is a prerequisite for all PADI leadership-level training
(PADI Divemaster, Assistant Instructor, and Open Water Scuba Instructor). Rescue Diver training expands the basic problem prevention and accident management skills student divers learn beginning with the PADI Open Water Diver course. At the Rescue Diver level, students are ready to learn to manage more complex dive emergencies and to apply direct intervention techniques to assist others in an emergency. By its nature, the course is demanding, though realistic in its conduct, content and approach. Although the nature and context in which rescue training may be used is serious, the course should be an enjoyable challenge that builds diver confidence.
EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE COURSE:
DIVE MASTER COURSE:
Higher Level Learning
PADI Divemaster course involves higher level learning that begins at the Rescue Diver course and expands in the PADI Divemaster course. The PADI Divemaster course expands the problem solving skills developed by the PADI Rescue Diver program, and extends it from accident management and prevention scenarios to supervisory situations with student divers and certified divers. At the divemaster level, problem solving emphasizes looking for many possible solutions under the circumstances and choosing the best of several. Divemaster problem solving may include more than safety-related issues, and include handling customer service, business and operational challenges. The course also addresses attitudes and judgment. Attitudes are emotional influences that shape individual choices ranging from professional behavior, role modeling, personal health and following safe diving practices, to very basic values, such as honesty. Judgment applies attitudes, experience, theoretical knowledge, deduction and intuition to problem solving and making decisions based on variables, sometimes under circumstances that aren’t “black or white.”
ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR COURSE:
Search & Recovery Diver