The new PADI Open Water course has a new big push on safety and there have been some new skills added which reflect this. These new skill revolve around safety equipment, giving the newly certified divers the skills and knowledge to help keep them stay safe.
The mini-dive is a new addition to the confined water section of the new PADI Open Water Course skills. This is where student divers plan a simulated dive in a controlled environment with the assistants of their instructor. To make dive planning even easier, students now have the dive planning slate that walks them through all the steps of dive planning.
As September begins, this marks the moment of change for Two Fish Divers with Lembongan being the first off the mark to introduce the New PADI Open Water Course. Bunaken and Lembeh will soon follow, so its time to say goodbye to the old and hello to the new! The 1st of September has been chosen as Two Fish’s change over from the ‘classic’ PADI Open Water Course to the ‘new’ PADI Open Water Course, so let’s have a a look at what has been changed, removed and updated by tackling the updates by sections.
Open Water Course in Lembongan. Congratulations Ralf on your OW course. Also congratulations on your 3rd wedding anniversary yesterday and passing your OW course today on your instructor Jason’s birthday! time for a beer!
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Big congratulations to Natalie on becoming a PADI Open Water Diver today with us on Bunaken Island.
Natalie started with the PADI Discover Scuba Diving and liked it so much that she continued with the PADI Open Water, and the adventure is just beginning!
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