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PADI Scuba Review

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About the Course

A great day with our instructor team, you get to refresh your underwater skills while enjoying 2 fun dives at one of our great Sydney locations!

Are you a certified diver but haven’t managed to go diving within the last several months or years? Perhaps you’re feeling that you need a refresher on your scuba skills to feel confident about diving again?

The Scuba Review program is designed to do just that! Dive 2000 has recognised that there are many certified divers that for one reason or another haven’t been able to keep their diving skills maintained.

First you’ll be given a theory re-orientation using your Open Water Dive Manual and Recreational Dive Planner (PADI Dive Tables). If you don’t have your Open Water Diver Manual anymore, it is recommended you purchase a book called “Scuba Tune-up”, available at Dive 2000, which is designed for rusty divers.

Once you are up to date with your dive theory you’ll move to a local dive site where all the practical skills are rehearsed and practised. Local dive site is dependent on the conditions. At the end of the dive you’ll have confidently completed all the scuba skills you exercised during your original Open Water Diver training course.

Please note that C-Cards must be brought to the Scuba Review Program to enable you to attend the
session. Pre-study of your Open Water Diver Manual or Scuba Tune-up book and dive tables is required.

Prerequisite

Open Water Diver qualification from any training agency eg PADI, SSI, NAUI, SDI, BSAC etc

Price

$225 for the one day Scuba Review plus Scuba Tune-Up Book $36 (if required)
( $195 for 2 or more bookings )

Inclusions

  • Theory and practical session including a shore dive at one of our local sites.
  • All scuba equipment and air fills

What You Need to Bring

  • Your logbook and certification card
  • Lunch and snacks for the day
  • Towel, hat and sunscreen.