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PADI Open Water Referral Diving Course

£280.00£560.00 inc VAT

With the Open Water Diver referral, we will guide you through the knowledge reviews and the required quizzes and tests, after which we take you to the pool where you complete the water skills over 5 pool dives. 

Once complete we then issue an Open Water referral card (valid for 12 months).

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  • Basic PADI Open Water Referral

    This is the most popular course for people on a budget, available on our standard course schedule. Please note: You will need your own mask and snorkel for this course option. If you do not have your own mask and snorkel you can hire one from our school equipment for just £15, for the duration of the course.

    Standard PADI Open Water Referral

    This is our best seller, available on our standard course schedule and includes a brand spanking new premium mask and snorkel from our huge in store range. Our staff will help you select the perfect mask and snorkel, best suited for your face. You make and snorkel will then be prepared ready for you to use through the course.

    Premier PADI Open Water Referral

    This is a great option if you want a completely bespoke program with 1:1 tuition and is completely flexible to your needs. Includes, premium mask and snorkel, plus a Delayed Surface Maker Buoy. Pick any of our pool sessions and open water weekends over a 12 month period without any rescheduling or rebooking fee’s.

    PADI Open Water Referal

    With the Open Water Diver referral, we will guide you through the knowledge reviews and the required quizzes and tests, after which we take you to the pool where you complete the water skills over 5 pool dives. 

    Once complete we then issue an Open Water referral card (valid for 12 months).

    You then complete the final four qualifying open water dives in a resort of your choice to receive your Open Water Diver certification (Please note that until you complete the open water dives you are not a qualified diver).

    Fancy completing your qualifying dives on holiday? Then contact us for details of our sister centre in Malta.

    What will I need?

    We supply all materials as part of the course! These will include:

    • A PADI Open Water Crew-Pak which includes your manual and log book.
    • The PADI Open Water DVD – which makes the learning so much easier!
    • A PADI eRDP. The new way to plan dives. Easy as operating a calculator.

    PLUS!

    All equipment needed for the pool training.

    Plus choose our SILVER package and you will automatically be enrolled in the DiveStyle Loyalty Program, worth an additional £400. Click here for more details

    Please Note: Students are expected to own basic equipment (mask, fins, snorkel, boots and gloves) for open water dives, although these are available to hire.

    How long will it take?

    PADI diving programmes are performance based. You will proceed as you demonstrate mastery of the dive course skills. This allows you to work at a pace that is comfortable for you. Generally speaking it takes most people either two weekends, or if you prefer, 6 evening sessions and a weekend to earn their open water diver qualification. For the Referral course it takes just one weekend or 6 evening sessions.

    Why PADI Open Water?

    As a certified PADI Open Water Diver, the most widely recognised and respected diving qualification in the world; you have the freedom to dive anywhere in the world. DiveStyle offers two options – the Open Water Diver qualification or a Referral course where you complete the final four qualifying dives at a later stage on holiday.

    What do I need to start?

    Virtually anyone who is in good health, reasonably fit, and comfortable in the water can earn a PADI Open Water Diver certification.

    You must be 15 years or older to begin the PADI Open Water Diver programme. For those between 10 and 14 or have a child between these ages, the PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification is available. It is the same thorough training but with some minor diving restrictions.

    What Next?

    Once you have completed your Open Water certification you can then look at the PADI Advanced Open Water or why not try a PADI Speciality.

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