You might be interested in scuba diving for quite some time and have set aside enough money, but only got the chance to execute it now. You might have searched for some information about scuba diving and by now you already knew that this awesome water sport requires you to have a certificate before you are ready to discover the beautiful wildlife under the sea. PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the world’s biggest organization that offers the scuba diving certification. As for the beginning level, PADI Open Water Bali is one of the most favorite course among the others.
The PADI diving course Bali normally takes 3-5 days to complete. In this scuba diving certification course you will be learning the skills through two of this following phases.
Basic theoretical part of PADI Open Water Bali
Scuba diving is one of the safest sports in the world if it is done properly. So, knowledge about its basic theory is of great importance. When decided to take PADI Open Water Bali, you are normally asked to choose your preferred types of basic theory course. It would be either in the classroom or through eLearning course, both of which consists of five chapters. The instructor of the course will teach you about some maths and physics regarding the pressure density relationship with the water volume. Besides that, you will also learn about your body conditions underwater as well as the equipment you are going to use for scuba diving. There will be a textbook given to you so that you can understand the learning materials even better.
Basic practical part of PADI Open Water Bali
After you have learned the theory from the eLearning or classroom, your scuba diving lessons will be moving to a pool. You have to pass some tests like 200 meters swimming before then practically learn how to scuba dive. In this phase of PADI Open Water Bali, however, you will be practicing to assemble, put on and adjust the scuba gear, including how to inflate and deflate the BCD (buoyancy compensation device) and how to use the computer inflator. No less importantly, you will also be taught how to communicate underwater and how to handle some emergency situations that may occur when diving. After completing the course and test of PADI Open Water Bali you are already certified to dive up to 18 meters deep.