The diving course Open Water Diver it is the first diving license full that all aspiring divers get during their training.
It is a diving course in Verona in which the diver learns the basic knowledge of the equipment, on diving techniques and diving theory. It is divided into a theoretical part in the classroom and a practical part. Here are the main features of the course:
Being a first level of approach to diving, the only prerequisite required is to have completed at least 10 years for the Junior patent Open Water Diver and at least 15 years for the standard patent. It is not necessary to have attended any course before this. The student must enjoy a physical condition compatible with diving.
The theoretical part of the corso sub Open Water Diver is structured in 6 theory lessons in the classroom, during which the basic concepts of diving are examined, physical notions and marine properties. The underwater instruments and the maneuvers to be performed underwater are carefully analyzed in the classroom, so that the diver becomes familiar with his equipment and movements. At the end of the theory lessons, supported by video lessons and slides, we finally proceed to the practical part in the water.
The practical part of the corso sub Open Water Diver is the most challenging of the course. It is structured in 6 exercises in delimited waters and at least 4 immersioni in open water, during which students can finally put into practice all the notions of the theoretical part. Thanks to the collaboration with the Sporting Club Fumane, the first exercises can be carried out in the pool. Divers can thus practice in complete safety within dedicated lanes, also taking advantage of the showers and changing rooms at the end of the exercises. Open water diving is necessary, finally, to apply all the knowledge acquired in a complete underwater environment, as the Lake Garda. We will visit breathtaking underwater landscapes, unknown and mysterious, with video footage and photographs!
At the end of the theoretical and practical course, the diver obtains an official license. The Open Water Diver certification is internationally recognized, and will be requested by the Diving Centers if the diver is on vacation and wishes to dive with a local diving center. Passed the corso sub Open Water Diver, the diver can continue with the advanced certification Advanced Open Water Diver.
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