During safari, you can take courses to improve your diving skills according to the standards of the universally recognized world training systems PADI and CMAS.
By PADI system we offer you the following courses and specializations:
Initial certification of PADI – Open Water Diver (OWD), i.e. swimmer of open water. The OWD preparation program is the first step towards the qualification of an amateur diver.
Advanced Course Advanced Open Water Diver
For those wishing to increase their skills, there are continuing education courses, such as Advanced Open Water Diver (AOWD) or “advanced open water swimmer”.
The training course RD (diver-rescuer) is the first and important step on the way to improve the level of training for a diver and go beyond the amateur diving.
Diving in air enriched with oxygen (nitrox):
The Enriched Air Diver course will be useful for divers diving underwater photography, wreck diving and going in for technical diving.
The perfect buoyancy control Peak Performance Buoyancy:
The course includes 2 classes in the water.
On the course you will learn:
- regulate and check your buoyancy at all stages of the dive;
- correctly select and distribute the cargo system;
- hang in the water column.
First Aid Emergency First Response PADI
The EFR course (first aid) is recommended for all divers regardless of the rating, but for those divers who want to get the AP rating, RD and all the following, it is mandatory.
The course “Dry suit” – “Dry suit”
Practical exercises in water + theory
Master Scuba Diver
Rating Master Scuba Diving is the highest amateur non-design rating in the PADI program and denotes the highest achievements in the field of diving and the highest level of professionalism.
The course PADI Divemaster
Do you want to become a professional and raise your skills to a high level of skill? The PADI Divemaster course is your first step in this direction.
The training by CMAS:
Diver 1 star
A diver, trained and able to safely and correctly use the diving equipment for diving on open water in a closed training water area, and allowed to participate in open water dives accompanied by an experienced team-mate.
Diver 2 star
A diver who has acquired the experience of diving in open water and is recognized as fit for diving in pairs with an underwater swimmer of the same or a higher level. An underwater swimmer with two stars can not lead when diving in open water in pairs with an underwater swimmer with one star.
Diver 3 star
A fully trained, experienced and responsible underwater swimmer who can be the leader in open water dives with an underwater swimmer of any level.