The PADI Junior Open Water Diver training is the first scuba diving certificate.
It is the must-have to live new underwater adventures and discover the natural diversity of our wonderful planet.
The Open Water Diver course is the most popular in the world and is recognised in all the PADI centres.
- To be at least 10 years old
- Good health (medical certificate required)
The course covers:
- The presentation of the scuba diving equipment
- The theory allowing to plan and dive
- Basic knowledge to prevent and handle issues
The course includes :
- The theoretical training to assimilate the basic knowledge of scuba diving
- Diving in protected field (swimming pool) to train in complete confidence and practice the notions covered in the courses
- Diving in natural field (lake) to master the technic while exploring the local natural diversity
The equipment that will be used:
- All the basic and necessary equipment for scuba diving will be presented and explained
- In this course, you will use a bottle, regulator, BCD, diving equipment and all the standards diving accessories as the neoprene suit, mask, snorkel and the fins.
- The equipment that you will wear will change depending on the water temperature and the field (swimming or lake) that you will dive in
The price includes:
- Inscription fees
- School fees
- The scuba diving equipment loaned by the school
- 9 dives (5 in swimming and 4 in lake)
- The certificate
The price does not include:
- The mandatory medical examination
What you will be able to do once certified:
- To dive completely autonomously with someone having at least the Open Water Diver certificate but without a professional up to a depth of 18 meters. The depth is limited to 12 meters for people younger than 12 years, as well as requiring the presence of an adult.
- To take some specialties (See the list of courses)
- To take the next level course: Advanced Open Water Diver