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September is coming to an end and the winter season is dawning, however our student base is still blossoming as we receive more and more individuals wishing to enroll on the PADI Open Water course. All skills are taught in a pool environment located in Cardiff so the winter chill isn’t felt and for the open water assessment the equipment we provide keeps out clients nice and warm. The course, which is taught in the Cardiff, Newport, Swansea and South Wales area, opens up a whole new realm of possibilities ranging from new career prospects, as it it an internationally rewound qualification, to a new leisure activity for you to experience all around the world.

The Open water course which hones your fundamental diving skills such as mask skills, navigation and equipment skills, is proceeded by two more courses, the PADI Advanced Diver course and the PADI Rescue Diver course, which allow individuals to further develop they’re skills and reach new, exiting depths safely. Less than 5% of the deep blue depths of this planet have been explored. Many believe space to be the final frontier, however, more of the moon and mars has been mapped than our own ocean, which constitutes more than 70% of the planets surface. Diving allows you to explore new depths, which may have never been explored by anyone else. With the help of these courses you could have an experience which no one else has ever had, seeing marine life in its element, not just on some TV screen on a show narrated by David Attenborough.

The next pool session is on the 4th October in Hebron Hall close to Cardiff, students are travelling from all over South Wales including Swansea, Newport, Bridgend and Porthcawl and the next Open Water Diver Session will be held on the 18th and 19th October. We will keep you up dated on all up coming events.