DIVING PADI COURSES NORTH SARDINIA

DIVING PADI COURSES NORTH SARDINIA

We are a PADI 5 star Instructor Development Center. With us you can start your underwater adventure in the waters of Northern Sardinia, with the world’s best-known basic diving courses. If you are already a diver, you can continue your training with advanced level courses, at unique dive spots in the world.

Discover Scuba Diving

If you want to try scuba diving, but aren't ready for a course yet, the Discover Scuba Diving program is for you. It takes place in the pool. While not a certified course, Discover Scuba Diving is a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world.

Requirements

To sign up for a Discover Scuba Diving experience it is necessary to have:

at least 10 years old

valid medical certificate, although no previous diving experience is required

Scuba Diver

If you don't have a lot of time but really want to become a diver, the PADI Scuba Diver level might be for you, especially if you think you'll be diving primarily with a guide. If your ultimate goal is to obtain the Open Water Diver certification, this course is an intermediate step. PADI Scuba Divers are qualified to: dive up to 12 meters under the direct supervision of a PADI professional; obtain refills, rent or purchase equipment and participate in diving activities, provided it is adequately supervised; continue training by obtaining the PADI Open Water Diver certification and enrolling in certain specialty courses.

Requirements

To enroll in a Scuba Diver (or Junior Scuba Diver) course it is necessary to have:

at least 10 years old

adequate swimming skills and a valid medical certificate, although no previous diving experience is required

Open Water Diver

During the Open Water Diver course you will learn what you need to know to explore the underwater world using diving equipment. The achievement of the PADI Open Water Diver certification demonstrates that you have met the requirements of the course. Dive Centers and Dive Resorts require a certification before allowing you to rent diving equipment, load cylinders and book diving trips. As a PADI Open Water Diver, you will be trained to a maximum depth of 18 meters and qualified to dive in conditions that are equal to or better than what you have been trained in. The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three parts: Knowledge development which includes the principles, concepts and terms you need to know to dive safe and have fun; Confined water dives, to learn basic skills; Open water diving to use your skills and explore.

JUNIOR OPEN WATER DIVER – For children between 10 and 14 years old:

  • 10-11 years old can go down to a maximum of 12 mt:
  • 12-14 years old can go down to a maximum of 12 mt;
  • 12-14 years old can go down to a maximum of 18 mt, if the diving partner is an adult

Requirements

To enroll in an Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) course you must have:

at least 10 years old

valid medical certificate and be able to swim

Advanced OWD

Exploration, Excitement, Experience. That's what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is! You don't have to be ``advanced`` to sign up; is designed to advance your way of diving. With your instructor, you will organize your learning by choosing from a long list of Adventure Dives. Two dives are required: Deep and Underwater Navigation, and you will choose the remaining three, for a total of five adventure dives. You will thus learn to dive to a maximum depth of 30 meters.
JUNIOR ADVANCED OWD – For children between 12 and 14 years old:
  • 12-14 years old can go down to a maximum of 21 mt

Requirements

To enroll in an Advanced Open Water Diver (or Junior Advanced OWD) course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) certification

valid medical certificate

Emergency First Response

Primary Care (CPR) - This course teaches you the steps and techniques for managing life-threatening emergencies. You will practice eight skills to help patients who are not breathing, have no heartbeat, may have a spinal injury, be in shock, or have severe bleeding. You will learn how to perform CPR and continue monitoring the patient, in order to provide every chance of survival pending EMS.

Secondary Care - Because many medical conditions are not life threatening and medical services are sometimes delayed or unavailable, this course teaches you to provide first aid that soothes pain and reduces risk for further damage. You will learn to evaluate a variety of injuries and diseases, and practice bandages and splints.

Care for Children - This course allows participants to learn, practice and apply emergency medical care skills specific to infants and children. It is designed for those who work closely with children or may find themselves having to respond to emergencies involving the youngest. This course is often integrated into Primary Care (CPR) and Secondary Care (First Aid) courses.

CPR & AED - This course focuses on CPR training and teaches participants how to use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). When workplaces or government requirements specify this training, the CPR & AED course meets them. This course is often integrated into First Aid at Work programs.

First Aid at Work - In some areas, such as Great Britain, Australia and Canada, government laws require CPR and first aid training for the workplace. First Aid at Work programs are designed for these areas and, while they allow you to follow the simple educational approach to EFR training, they include additional topics and skills to meet these requirements.

EFR Refresher - Reviewing your CPR and First Aid skills every 24 months is a good idea, and that's what the EFR Refresher course does: by focusing on key skills, it allows you to stay up to date and ready to help in times of need.

Rescue Diver

You learn to prevent and manage problems in the water, and become more confident in your skills knowing that, if needed, you can help others. During the course, you will learn how to become a better dive buddy by practicing problem-solving skills until they become instinctive.
JUNIOR RESCUE DIVER – For children between 12 and 14 years old:

Requirements

To enroll in a Rescue Diver (or Junior Rescue Diver) course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or Junior Advanced OWD) certification

completed an Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) course in the previous 24 months; you will be able to complete this training during the Rescue Diver course

valid medical certificate

Master Scuba Diver

Join the best of the best in recreational diving and live a life as a PADI Master Scuba Diver. The Master Scuba Diver level places you among an elite of highly respected divers who have achieved it through excellent experience and training. Less than two percent of divers achieve this level. When you show your Master Scuba Diver certification, people will know that you have dived in different environments and that you have had a good number of diving adventures.

Requirements

To obtain the Master Scuba Diver it is necessary to have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or Junior Advanced OWD) certification

PADI Rescue Diver (or Junior Rescue Diver) certification

5 PADI Specialty Diver licenses

log at least 50 dives

Divemaster Course

The PADI Divemaster course teaches you to be a leader and take responsibility for diving activities. Through theoretical development sessions, water exercises, workshops and hands-on assessments, you will develop the skills to organize and direct a variety of underwater activities.

Requirements

To enroll in a Divemaster course it is necessary to have:

at least 18 years old

CPR and First Aid certification for no more than 24 months

PADI Rescue Diver license

valid medical certificate for diving activities

log at least 40 dives

Open Water Scuba Instructor

If you like being with people, if you have a passion for diving and you want an extraordinary lifestyle, become a PADI Instructor. Teaching scuba diving allows you to share your love for the underwater world with others by doing what you like best: being above, below and near the water. PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors and PADI Assistant Instructors are the most sought-after diving professionals in the world, having completed the program that sets the standards for training diving professionals.

Requirements

To participate in an IDC course it is necessary to have:

certified PADI Divemaster for at least 6 months

log at least 60 dives and at least 100 in order to participate in an IE

completed an Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) course in the previous 24 months

medical certificate with clearance issued in the previous 12 months

Emergency First Response Instructor certification, a level that you can still reach during your Instructor Course.

CONTINUING-EDUCATION

 

WITHOUT DIVING

Enriched Air Diver

In addition to nitrox equipment considerations, you will learn why, by diving with air that contains more oxygen and less nitrogen, you have more diving time. You will discuss how to manage your oxygen exposure, you will practice the analysis of the oxygen content of your tank, you will set up your computer for nitrox enriched air diving.

Requirements

To enroll in an Enriched Air Diver course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

Equipment Specialist

Don't risk missing a dive due to a minor problem with your equipment. Whether it's a missing O-ring, a tear on your wetsuit, or a broken fin strap, the PADI Equipment Specialist course teaches you how to handle minor repairs and adjustments. Furthermore, by becoming familiar with your equipment, you will learn how it works and you will be able to enjoy what you have purchased for a long time.

Requirements

To enroll in an Equipment Specialist course it is necessary to have:


at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

Project Aware

Project AWARE's philosophy is to mobilize a universal force of divers and sea lovers with the aim of protecting the world's water resources; a group that wants to make a difference, dive after dive. By earning the Project AWARE Specialty patent, you will become aware of the most urgent problems that environments must face and know the actions that you should observe daily to protect them. All those interested in the aquatic world can participate in this course, to learn how Project AWARE makes a difference, bringing together divers and sea lovers, deepen the environmental issues related to the oceans and coastal areas, learn about the issues related to fishing and related issues of sustainability, its role in the protection of aquatic environments.

There are no admission requirements, no age limits, no water sessions required for this non-diving specialty course

Project Aware Coral Reef Conservation

The Project Aware - Coral Reef Conservation specialty course helps you appreciate the complexity of coral habitats, and teaches you how to protect reefs. Anyone interested in the aquatic world can enroll in this course, to learn: how coral reefs work and the complex nature of life they host, why coral reefs are so important, why many coral reefs are endangered, what you can do to avoid further decline, how Project AWARE unites divers and water lovers to make a difference.

There are no admission requirements, no age limits, no water sessions required for this non-diving specialty course

2 DIVES

DUP

The course consists of a theoretical part and 2 dives. With this specialty, you will discover: how to choose the right photographic system for you, the PADI SEA method (Shoot, Examine, Adapt) to be able to quickly take beautiful photographs, the principles of good composition of underwater images, practical techniques for taking beautiful photos with your digital camera.

Requirements

To enroll in a Digital Underwater Photographer course it is necessary to have:

at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

Dry Suit Diver

Learning to use a dry suit allows you to expand your limits, and dive in other locations and more often. Do you want to stay warm? Do you want to extend your diving season? So… dive dry. Even in surprisingly cold water, a dry suit insulates you and keeps you in comfort.

Requirements

To enroll in a Dry Suit Diver course you must have:

at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

Fish Identification Diver

After a dive, one of the most frequently asked questions is: ``What was that fish?`` If you want to be a diver who can answer this question, instead of one who asks it, then sign up for the Fish Identification Specialty course. When you are able to recognize the creatures you see and identify the main families of fish and their characteristics, you enjoy diving much more.

Requirements

To enroll in a Fish Identification Diver course you must have:

at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

Joke & fun diver - Distinctive Specialty

The PADI Joke & Fun Diver Distinctive Specialty is designed to add fun to scuba diving. During this course, which you can only take at the Costa Paradiso Diving Center, you will refine the techniques learned during the PADI Open Water Diver course by playing and having fun underwater.

Requirements

To enroll in a Joke & Fun Diver course you must have:

at least 15 years old

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver license

valid medical certificate

Mediterranean red coral - Distinctive Specialty

The PADI Mediterranean Red Coral Distinctive Specialty allows you to learn more about the splendid red coral (Corllaium rubrum) that populates the depths of Costa Paradiso and Isola Rossa. During the 2 dives planned, one of which is nocturnal, together with the Costa Paradiso Diving Center, you will discover its ecology, habitat, training and life.

Requirements

To enroll in a Mediterranean Red Coral course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

PADI Night Diver Specialty license

valid medical certificate

Peak Performance Buoyancy

Excellent buoyancy control is what identifies more experienced divers. You saw them underwater. They glide effortlessly, use less air and go up, down or hover without even thinking about it. They observe aquatic life more calmly, without disturbing their surroundings. You too can achieve all of this. The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy specialty course improves the buoyancy skills you have learned as a novice diver and takes them to the next level.

Requirements

To enroll in a Peak Performance Buoyancy course you must have:

at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

PADI/DAN Basic Research Diver-Operator

The PADI / DAN Basic Research Diver and Basic Research Operator courses were created to introduce students to the knowledge and skills needed to complete Citizen Science investigations in Dive Marine Biology and DAN Research. The surveys and data sent within the two courses are essential to stimulate climate change, encouraging aquatic environmental responsibility.

Requirements

To enroll in a PADI/DAN Basic Research Diver course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

Requirements

To enroll in a PADI/DAN Basic Research Operator course you must have:

at least 18 years old

PADI Open Water Diver license

valid medical certificate

Underwater Naturalist

Sign up for the PADI Underwater Naturalist Specialty course and, even at the most familiar dive sites, you will be able to observe new things. Why? Because when you learn more about symbiosis, underwater ecology and the environments of aquatic plants and animals, you will see behaviors and creatures that you may not have previously noticed. Learn more about local ecosystems and check out your next diving adventure.

Requirements

To enroll in a Underwater Naturalist course you must have:

at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

3 DIVES

 

Night Diver

Diving at night teaches you to focus on what you see in the area illuminated by the light beam of your flashlight, to hear your breath and control it accordingly, to maintain the torque system and pay attention to all the details that go unnoticed in a ' day immersion. During the 3 night dives, you will practice: improving communication techniques and the use of underwater torches, entering and exiting the water and navigating in the dark, identifying how plants and animals change behavior at night.

Requirements

To enroll in a Night Diver course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

Underwater Navigator

The PADI Underwater Navigation course hones your observation skills and teaches you to use your underwater compass with precision. If you like rewarding challenges, take this course and have fun finding your own route.

Requirements

To enroll in a Underwater Navigator course you must have:

at least 10 years old

PADI Open Water Diver (o Junior Open Water Diver) license

valid medical certificate

4 DIVES

Deep Diver

The Call Of The Abyss. There is something exciting and mysterious about exploring the dive sites deeper. Sometimes it is a wreck that attracts you over 18 meters, sometimes it can be a giant gorgonian or a sponge. However, to dive with confidence and observe in depth within 40 meters, you must attend the PADI Deep Diver Specialty course. What will you learn? Your training begins by analyzing the reasons why you dive deep and understanding how important it is to become aware of your limitations. In the 4 deep dives with your instructor, you will learn to: know the specialized equipment for deep dives, plan deep dives, respect the duo procedure and master buoyancy control, manage your air supply and assimilate the basic safety requirements.

Requirements

To enroll in a Deep Diver course you must have:

at least 15 years old

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver license

valid medical certificate

Search & Recovery Diver

It happens: sometimes, while on a boat or while diving, you lose something in the water. If you've ever lost something in the water and wanted to find it, then the PADI Search and Recovery course is for you. To search for objects underwater, there are effective techniques that increase the chances of finding them. And there are several methods of bringing objects of various sizes and shapes to the surface. Search and rescue can be a challenge, but it's also fun.

Requirements

To enroll in a Search & Recovery Diver course you must have:

at least 12 years old

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or Junior Advanced OWD) license, or a PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior OWD) license with PADI Underwater Navigator Specialty

valid medical certificate

TECHNICAL DIVING

Tec 40

The PADI Tec 40 course describes the transition from recreational to technical diving. It is an excellent starting point because it represents the first subdivision of the complete PADI Tec Diver course and because it represents the link between recreational dives, no-stop diving, and technical ones, deep and with decompression stops. You will gain experience and begin to lay the foundations of the knowledge and skills necessary to continue your technical training. You will be qualified to carry out limited decompression dives and no more than 40 meters in depth.

Requirements

To enroll in a Tec40 course you must have:

at least 18 years old

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver license

PADI Enriched Air Diver license, with at least 10 enriched air dives deeper than 18 meters

PADI Deep Diver license, or prove that you have made at least 10 dives at 30 meters

log at least 30 dives

valid medical certificate

COURSES DAN E REEF CHECK

COURSES DAN e REEF CHECK

Basic Life Support - Defibrillator

A DAN Basic Life Support (BLS) course not only trains you to resuscitate a victim in circulatory arrest, but can also prevent the onset of this condition. This DAN course represents entry-level training designed to educate people to provide basic life support techniques, ``Basic Life Support`` to adults victims of life-threatening injuries, while the local Emergency Medical Service is activated ( EMS). The DAN Basic Life Support provider (``DAN BLS Provider``) course program is designed to teach the knowledge and practical skills needed to provide Basic Life Support (BLS) to adult victims. Together with the BLS, you will also learn the techniques of using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for victims of cardiac arrest. This program also provides an excellent continuing education opportunity for experienced divers and instructors.

First Aid

The DAN First Aid course aims to educate people in possession of the RCP / BLS certification to provide first aid to adults who are victims of injuries that are not directly life-threatening. The course, designed to be carried out together with the DAN BLS, can also be offered as an additional module to those who are already in possession of a DAN BLS certification or other BLS patents. In the face of a serious accident, first aid skills are the next step to an effective BLS.First aid consists of a series of techniques that relieve pain, prevent the injury from worsening and are able to determine the type of injury or illness.

EcoDiver

The Coastal Environment Monitoring Protocol (MAC) has the purpose of making underwater observations useful for expanding knowledge on the distribution of some species of particular ecological interest and following their changes over time. The protocol is based on the visual census conducted along random paths, at variable depths and for a known time. The work network provides for the active participation of volunteers, adequately trained (EcoDiver MAC), and local coordinators (EcoDiver MAC Trainer) who have the task of promoting the protocol and coordinating the activity at the local level, involving as many volunteers as possible. . The course is designed to allow anyone with a diving license, snorkelling or freediving, to fully conduct a visual census survey according to the MAC protocol of Reef Check Italia onlus.
Eco Diver Reef Check
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