50 year logo of PADI, the organisation responsible for certifying PADI diving courses
PADI – Celebrating 50 Years 1966-2016

PADI Diving Courses are by far the easiest and most enjoyable way to get your dive certification. All PADI courses are modular based, ensuring that you can learn how to dive properly and at your own pace to be the best diver you can be.

For the past 50 years, PADI has been leading the field in diving learning and certification. It’s easy to follow, modular based learning structure allows everyone to attain dive certification and improve their dive skills. From the PADI Open Water Course up to SCUBA Instructor level, the PADI system strips diving down to it’s component parts, teaches them one by one and then integrates them together again to ensure that all information is taken in, processed and utilized safely and efficiently. It also allows you to break each individual course up in to smaller pieces, so if you want to do the Open Water Course but just do not have the time or the energy  to do it all in one go, you can take it a day at a time over a few weeks to finish. This is one of the real beauties of modular based learning.

Also, if you become ill during a course or cannot finish your course for any reason, you will be issued with a Referral Form, good for one year, which you can take to any PADI dive location around the world and complete the course at your leisure, so you don’t have to go back to the start of the course and complete everything again (unless you want to!) This is why thousands of potential divers choose PADI diving courses and why PADI lead the way on diving certifications all over the world! It really could not be any easier!