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Open Water Diver

Open Water Diver

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Who is this course for?

Persons desiring to obtain a Scuba Diving certification.

Persons interested in underwater exploration

Course prerequisites

Minimum age 18, 15 with parental consent, OR Junior Open Water Scuba Diver Course. (10 – 14 years old).

What you can expect to learn

The Open Water Scuba Diver Course will cover all of the necessary skills and knowledge for open water scuba diving, including:

The aquatic environment: vision, light, sound, heat loss, tides, currents, waves, surge, etc.

Physics and physiology: buoyancy, pressure, air spaces, breathing compressed air, mixed gases, etc.

Dive equipment selection, assembly, use and maintenance.

Dive planning.

Basic scuba skills including mask and regulator skills, swimming underwater, buoyancy control, basic rescue techniques, and emergency procedures.

And much more!

What's in it for you?

Upon successful completion of the Open Water Scuba Diver course, graduates may:

Conduct open water dives in conditions similar to their training.

Continue their dive education by enrolling in Advanced Diver and Specialty courses.

Open Water Scuba Diver minimum requirements

Demonstrate mature and sound judgment concerning dive planning and execution.

Satisfactorily complete the Open Water Scuba Diver knowledge quests or equivalent online learning course.

Complete all open water requirements safely and efficiently.

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Step 1: Get Smart

Start your Open Water Scuba Diver course and master all the important academic information online or in store here at DNQY. You can complete this phase through self-study, at your own pace, in the convenience of your home or office. All eLearning courses work on mobile and tablet devices too.

Step 2: Get Wet

For entry-level certification courses (as well as some continuing-education classes), the next step will be to complete your in-water skill-development training. This takes place in a swimming pool or similar body of confined water, under the supervision of a DNQY Instructor.

Step 3: Go Diving

The final step is to complete the required number of open-water training dives under the supervision of your DNQY Instructor. Here you will apply what you have learned during your academic and skill-development sessions, while learning practical lessons that can only be gained through real-world experience in open water.