‘Never Stop Learning’
This has been a great motto for me, and as much as possible I try to encourage others to do the same.
This doesn’t mean endless courses one after the other, but more importantly, to find value in something as often as possible.
For diving it could be researching a particular species of creature I have not seen before, or heading to a location; having never been there before. For many people, we start ageing when we stop learning, and for myself I am sure it is true.
I feel I am still 18 and a brand new, shiny PADI Dive Instructor, however my dive doctor tells me I have a little more time and experience than that!
SubmersibleHuman offers Education in Scuba Diving and First Aid.
- Becoming a Diver – What is the process?
- Learn to Dive with me – The PADI Open Water Diver Program we offer.
- Improve your Scuba – Where to go after the Open Water Diver program.
- Understand the benefits of using a higher percentage of Oxygen in your breathing gas – and when this is suitable in the PADI Enriched Air Diver Program (details coming soon)
- “What did you see today?” “Oh, I saw lots of Pretty Blue Fish!’ – We usually learn to scuba dive to view the marine life – make it more enjoyable and learn to identify those creatures with the PADI Fish Identification Program (details coming soon)
- Expand your experience in Navigation, Deeper diving and 3 other specific fields in The PADI Advanced Open Water Program.
- Take the next steps – (Prerequisite Required – Advanced Open Water Diver)
- Develop specific safe diving skills & training in enclosed environments in the PADI Wreck Diver Program (details coming soon)
- Learn to assist others – Increase your skills, competence and confidence with The PADI Rescue Diver Program – (prerequisite – Senior First Aid)
- HLTAID001 Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) – Workplace Recognised RTO Training
- HLTAID002 Basic Life Support (BLS) – Workplace Recognised RTO Training
- HLTAID003 First Aid (FA) – incorporating both of the above and first aid – Workplace Recognised RTO Training
Scuba Diving & Snorkelling Training (PADI RTO #6729)
- SISOSCB301A SCUBA dive in open water to a maximum depth of 18 metresThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan and perform SCUBA dives in open water to a maximum depth of 18 metres. This unit also focuses on the use and maintenance of SCUBA dive equipment and the performance of SCUBA dive rescues.
- 10469NAT Course in Advanced Open Water DivingThe Course in Advanced Open Water Diving provides divers with a structured means to explore special diving interests and gain dive experience. This unit can be applied in either the workplace or for personal development.
- SISOSCB306A Perform diver rescuesThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to perform diver rescues. This includes assessing the situation, practicing search and rescue procedures for a variety of simulated dive incidents and providing treatment if required. Additional competencies, such as the administration of supplemental oxygen, are detailed in other units of competency.
- SISOSCB317A Complete a dive using Enriched Air NitroxThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan and perform an EANx dive under supervision. This unit also focuses on disassembling and maintaining equipment used for EANx dives.
- SISOSNK403A Instruct snorkelling skillsThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to instruct snorkelling skills. This unit focuses on planning, instructing and evaluating instructional snorkelling sessions to enable participants to achieve the skills and knowledge required to participate independently, or with minimal supervision, in a snorkelling activity in confined and or open water conditions.