Learning how to dive might not have been the first thing to spring to mind when considering things to do during lockdown. An art class maybe, definitely a weekly baking session, but mastering scuba diving? Unless you’ve got a pool (and if you do, give me a call) it seemed unlikely.
If like us however you’re keen to keep busy, challenge your mind and have something to look forward to, the world’s leading scuba diver training organisation PADI runs online tuition to prep you for the day you can get back to the blue.
The convenient, interactive study option to their online course allows you to learn anytime, anywhere, using videos, audio, graphics, reading and short quizzes to help you learn and gauge progress. Starting your diving adventures from home at your own pace, you’re given a year to complete the online portion and the option to connect with a PADI Dive Centre to complete your in-water training when they open again, ready to dive right in and complete the certification with your instructor.
PADI has over 200 Dive Centres located across the UK and 6,750 across the globe, meaning the possibilities for amazing diving experiences are endless. For more information about PADI eLearning, either contact a PADI Dive Centre or check out their online courses here.