PADI Open Water Midweek Modular Scuba

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If your evenings are free and you fancy a bitesized method of learning to scuba dive, then the PADI Open Water Diver: Midweek Modular is just up your street. Just set aside one evening a week for a combined pool and theory session starting at 6.30 pm. You can complete your training in as little as five sessions, but if you want to take things a little easier it’s no problem. With the added benefit of our own pool, it’s not an issue if things take a little longer.
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Midweek Modular is for people who prefer a less intense method of training or find it difficult to take time off at weekends.

 

Minimum age: 10 years

Course prerequisites: Able to swim 200m and tread water for 10 minutes

 

What will I do?

The initial theory is completed at your own pace in the comfort of your own home, or even the train on the way to work, before the course using the PADI eLearning materials.

We then take each of the five modules from the PADI Open Water Diver course and cover one section each week, focusing on practising and perfecting your diving skills. First your Instructor will go over the basic academic principles of diving, then during your first scuba sessions in our heated pool, you will learn the practical skills needed to allow you to dive safely.

Once your skills and knowledge are up to scratch you will move onto the open water dives. You will demonstrate your skills over four exciting open water training dives. You will be using a drysuit for these dives to provide maximum comfort. The open water dives are usually completed over one weekend but midweek dives may be arranged with prior notice.

 

How do I get started?

Just pick your dates if you can and pay your £149 deposit and you will receive your PADI Open Water Diver eLearning login details. Don’t worry if you can’t commit to a date straight away. There are plenty scheduled throughout the year and you can get started on the home study as soon as you have received your eLearning code.

 

How long will it take?

As few as five Wednesday evening sessions for the theory and pool training and two days for the open water dives. These training dives normally take place over one weekend with two dives a day.

With all the facilities in one place we can offer you a training package unmatched by anyone. Other options are available including Fastrack and Executive packages, so if you are in a hurry to complete your training before your holiday we will have the answer. How you complete your training is up to you. Aquasport can offer unlimited pool training so we go along at your pace, not ours.

 

What will I need?

Just your eLearning login code to start you on your way.

All the equipment you need to complete the programme is included. We recommend that you buy your own mask and snorkel and have a wide range in store, which can be purchased at the start of your course. The fit of your mask is very important so your Instructor will be able to show you how to try on our sample masks and will help you to find one that fits the shape of your face. However, if you're not ready to buy your own just yet, we also have plenty in the school for you to use if needed.

You will also need to fill out a self-certification medical statement. If you have any medical conditions that you think may prevent you from scuba diving, please feel free to contact us and we will try to be of assistance. At the start of the course you will be asked to demonstrate that you can swim 200m in your own time and in any style and perform a safety float (tread water) for ten minutes.

All the PADI materials and scuba equipment needed to complete the programme are included in the cost. You will need to pay for your entry to the open water dive site and any required air fills while away from the centre. This is approximately £20 for each day.

 

When can I start?

Courses start at 18:30 on the first Wednesday of every month.

 

Where can I go from here?

This is just the beginning of your adventure. The most logical next step is to complete your PADI Advanced Open Water certification. This course builds on what you have learnt during your Open Water programme and introduces you to different aspects of diving such as deep diving and wreck diving.

Aquasport offer the whole range of continuing education programmes for divers, as well as club nights in the pool, trips to the coast or diving holidays abroad. So, whether you just want to dive on your holidays or progress to the professional levels and beyond, Aquasport has something for everyone.