PADI lays out a specific certification path for divers to use when planning their scuba diving courses. This isto make sure that all learning is done at a relaxed and convenient pace. This allows the student to learn in their own time and ensures all information is absorbed and processed well. Use this chart to find out what PADI dive courses or PADI Specialty you should do next.

PADI Dive Course Flowchart
PADI Dive Course Flowchart

PADI offer many other specialty scuba diving courses. PADI Specialty Diver courses teach you new techniques and give you the tools to enhance your exploration of the underwater world. For more information on PADI Dive Courses, check out the following links:

Altitude Diver

AWARE – Coral Reef Conservation

AWARE – Fish Identification

Boat Diver

Cavern Diver

Deep Diver

Digital Underwater Photographer

Diver Propulsion Vehicle

Drift Diver

Dry Suit Diver

Emergency Oxygen Provider 

Enriched Air Diver

Equipment Specialist

Ice Diver

Multilevel Diver

Night Diver

Peak Performance Buoyancy

Project AWARE Specialist

Public Safety Diver

Search and Recovery Diver

Sidemount Diver

Underwater Naturalist

Underwater Navigator

Underwater Videographer

Wreck Diver

Distinctive Specialties – Project AWARE and PADI

PADI Logo - PADI scuba diving Courses
PADI – Professional Association of Dive Instructors

PADI also offer many other Distinctive Specialty Scuba Diving Courses such as Self-Reliant Diver which you may be interested in.

Please be aware that some of the PADI dive courses listed here require a certain amount of dives and experience. For example, the PADI Ice Diver specialty requires that you have the PADI Drysuit Specialty first, before continuing to Ice Diver. Please check the relevant links or give us a call at the office in Seminyak to find out more about these.

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