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PADI Open Water Diver Course

(75)
from/per person RM1,100

Description

If you’ve always wanted to take scuba diving lessons, experience unparalleled adventure and see the world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. Get your scuba diving certification with the PADI® Open Water Diver course – the world’s most popular and widely recognized scuba course. Millions of people have learned to scuba dive and gone on to discover the wonders of the aquatic world through this course. To enroll in a PADI Open Water Diver course (or Junior Open Water Diver course), you must be 10 years old or older. You need adequate swimming skills and need to be in good physical health. No prior experience with scuba diving is required.

The 3 days option will provide you with half-day diving and half-day classroom on the first day and then continue on with 2 days of diving. On the morning of Day 1, we will bring you to the local marine park to conduct 1 dive for an introductory to scuba diving and then lunch at the island before we transfer you back to mainland where you head down to our operation office for the classroom in the afternoon (so it’s 1 dive in the  morning and classroom in the afternoon). Day 2 and Day 3 are spent at our local marine park and continue your scuba diving training. This training will provide you with 5 Open Water dives.


PADI Open Water Diver Course pre-requisite:-

Healthy

Complete a diver medical form

Sign all liability release forms

Complete a 200 meter swimming test (you will need to know how to swim)

A 10 minute survival float

Minimum age Requirement to participate this course is 10 years old and will be given a rating - Junior Open Water (need parent or guardian consent) and 15 years and above for the Open Water Diver certification rating.


During the PADI Open Water Diver Course, students will complete the following;-

1. Completing five (5) multiple choice quizzes and a final exam.

2. Five (5) confined water skill sessions. During this skill sessions, students learn a range of scuba diving skills.

3. Some small water stamina tests - a 10 minute float in water and a 'free style' swim. There is no time limit for the swim test.

4. Finally, four (4) open water dives.


Day 1: Introductory to scuba diving + Classroom

- Meet & greet with staff at Diverse Borneo operation office

- Complete the PADI course registration forms

- Depart from Jesselton Point ferry terminal (10-15 minutes boat ride)

- Arrive island (Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park)

- Equipment set up & skills briefing

- Confined water training dive Number 1 + Open water training dive Number 1 (Introductory to scuba diving)

- Break for Lunch

- Depart back to Diverse Borneo office

- Open Water Diver Course video session 1-5 (4 ½ hours)

- Equipment preparation/briefing

- Knowledge reviewed by staff/Instructor

- End of day


Day 2: Confined Open water Training dives

- Meet & greet with staff at Diverse Borneo operation office

- Depart from Jesselton Point ferry terminal (10-15 minutes boat ride)

- Arrive island (Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park)

- Swim test: 200m swim (no swimming aid) + 10 minutes survival float

- Equipment set up & skills briefing

- Confined water training dive Number 2 - 5

- Break for Lunch and quiz session on Island

- Open water training dive Number 2

- Dive flexible skills training

- Student log dives

- End of day


Day 3: Open Water Training dives

- Meet & greet with staff at Diverse Borneo operation office

- Depart from Jesselton Point ferry terminal (10-15 minutes boat ride)

- Arrive island (Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park)

- Equipment set up & skills briefing

- Open water training dive Number 3 - 4

- Dive flexible skills training

- Break for Lunch and final exam on Island

- Leisure Dive/Open water training dive

- Student log dives

- End of Course


Schedule