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What am I going to learn during my Scuba Diving course?
: During the first phase of your scuba lessons, you'll learn the basic principles of scuba diving such as; What to consider when planning dives, How to choose the right scuba gear for you and most importantly Underwater signals and other diving procedures. You'll also watch videos that preview the scuba skills you'll practice in a swimming pool or pool-like environment. In addition to the video, your instructor will demonstrate each skill for you.
How old do I have to be to scuba dive?
Anyone aged 10 and older (there are options for ages 8-10 as well), with a reasonable level of physical fitness, comfortable in the water with a basic knowledge of swimming can scuba dive. There is no upper age limit for divers, although people suffering from lung ailments or other chronic illnesses are asked not to take part in this activity.
How long does it take to become a certified diver?
PADI courses are performance based, which means that you earn your certification when you demonstrate that you’ve mastered the required skills and knowledge. Some learn faster than others and hence course duration varies. The PADI Open Water Diver course can be completed in as little as three days or can take up to a week.
How old do I have to be to become a certified diver?
You must be at least 10 years old to receive a Junior Open Water Diver Certification. 10 and 11 year old Junior Open Water Divers must dive with a certified parent, guardian or PADI Professional to a maximum depth of 12 meters/40 feet. 12 to 14 year olds must dive with a certified adult. At age 15, the junior certification upgrades to a regular Open Water Diver certification.
Is scuba diving dangerous and what are the safety measures taken?
No, but there are potential hazards, which is why you need proper training and certification. Plenty of training and safety measures are implemented along with proper gear and fully functional equipment.
Is there a DON’T checklist I have to follow?
Never drink and dive – Intoxication can put a diver in a compromised position. One being the inability to use common sense, and make rational judgments, especially when it involves safety. Don’t eat a big meal before making your dive – You should wait at least two hours after eating before you make your dive. Diving on a full belly can put you in a dangerous situation. Not only creates the possibility of acquiring cramps, but also possible upchucking in your mouthpiece making it difficult to breathe. Never conceal any serious or chronic medical conditions you know to exist.
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