Who should take this course
Do you want to learn how to best support a dive buddy who has a physical or mental challenge? The PADI® Adaptive Support Diver course will increase your awareness of divers’ varying abilities and explores adaptive techniques to apply while diving with a buddy with a disability.
PADI Open Water Divers who are at least 15 years old and have completed the EFR Primary and Secondary Care course within 24 months are eligible to take the PADI Adaptive Support Diver course. It is also recommended that you complete the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course beforehand so that you have a better awareness of trim.
What will you learn
Through knowledge development and two diving workshops – one in confined water and one in open water – you’ll learn useful techniques that will increase your ability to become a better dive partner to a diver with a disability. You’ll gain insight and practical experience as you learn about:
- Becoming more aware and mindful of individual considerations when diving with people with disabilities.
- Adaptive techniques that can be applied while diving with buddies with mental and/or physical challenges.
What scuba gear will you use
Along with the basic scuba equipment, your Deep Blue Divers PADI Instructor may suggest additional gear to assist with your buddy’s particular needs.
Do you have any questions ? Drop us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If you require a personal briefing or any additional info don’t hesitate to give us a call at +30 699 702 0612 and talk with the Deep Blue Divers ADAPTIVE TECHNIQUE Specialty Instructor Alexandro M. Marketo.