maandag 8 juli 2013

PADI Advanced Open Water Gili Islands

The PADI Advanced Open Water Course is your next step after you complete your basic Open Water course. This course is called "advanced" not because you need to be advanced to sign up, but because this course further advances on the dive skills you learnt when you did your Open Water. HOW IS THE COURSE STRUCTURED? The advanced open water course is focused on improving your practical dive skills, and so majority of the teaching is done in practical dive sessions. This course consists of five modules, each of which includes an ocean dive and a very small amount of knowledge development. The flexibility of this course and the ability to pick and choose modules allow you to tailor the course to your individual needs and interests. There are two core required modules, the Deep Dive and Navigation Dive, and then the remaining three are electives. CORE ADVENTURE DIVES Deep Dive - This dive teaches you the basics of diving to 30m of depth, and how to recognize and respond to the considerations of diving deeper than your Open Water limits. Underwater Navigation - This dive teaches you the principles of underwater navigation, including compass use, distance estimation and the difficulties involved with navigating underwater. ELECTIVE ADVENTURE DIVES Any three of the following can be chosen depending on interest, weather and availability. Night Diver - Highly recommended as an elective, this teaches the basics of night diving. Peak Performance Buoyancy - This elective is one of the most popular as it helps divers fine tune buoyancy skills including weight distribution, correct weighting, diving profile, safety stop skills, and general diving skills. Enriched Air Nitrox - Learn the benefits of adjusting your oxygen and nitrogen content, as well as giving you longer bottom times on dives. Boat Diver - A relaxing dive at the end of the course for those who have worked hard to master and improve on new skills, this allows you to practice what you have learnt throughout the course, while diving in some of the most spectacular underwater scenery around the Gili Islands. Underwater Photographer - Improve your photography knowledge, and learn how to apply it to the unique concerns when taking underwater photos! Wreck Diver - Experience diving around dive wrecks. Search & Recovery - Practice your navigation skills and learn how to do search patterns, operate lift bags and conduct full scale searches. Underwater Naturalist - For those interested in learning more about their underwater environment, this allows you learn a little more about the ocean, as well as specific local information. Sidemount Diver – If you are bored to dive with a tank on your back. Sidemount diving give you more flexibility, is safer. It is the new dive hype! AWARE Shark Conservation - The AWARE Shark Conservation course is an excellent way for us to help educate divers about the plight of sharks. Project AWARE Fish ID - The PADI Project AWARE Fish Identification Specialty provides you with the fish identification basics so that next time, you know the answers. And more adventure dives. For more information: HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE TAKE? All five dives and the knowledge development are conducted over 2-3 days. WHERE IS IT TAUGHT? Your PADI Advanced Open Water Course takes place at our dive resort at Gili Air, Gili Islands, Indonesia. WHAT IS INCLUDED? PADI Advanced Open Water Manual Professional Instruction PADI International Registration Personalised Certification card Equipment 5 ocean dives WHAT DO I NEED FOR THIS COURSE? Prior to starting your Advanced course, you do need to obtain an entry level dive certification, such as your PADI Open Water Course. It is recommended that you have your own dive gear, including a compass and a dive torch suitable for night diving. If you wish to participate in adventure dives such as underwater photography, then you need to have your own underwater camera or, if available, arrange to hire one prior to the commencement of your course. For more information:

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