Finish Your PADI, SSI, SDI, or NAUI open water Scuba Diver Training and become a Padi Open Water Scuba Diver with Dive Georgia!
So you started your PADI, SSI, SDI, or NAUI Scuba Diver training but something happened in life and you couldn’t finish the program with the dive center you were working with. Dive Georgia has you covered with a referral and crossover program that will get you on the right track to become part of the largest group of divers worldwide, a PADI Open Water Scuba Diver!
It’s easy! You can call or stop by Dive Georgia and we will get you started right away! We have regular programs to cover all of your needs and the Knowledge, Scuba Review, and Open Water Dives are completed in ONE WEEKEND and locally at our very own Kraken Springs Watersports Park so you don’t have any required out of town trips.
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The Dive Georgia team will walk you through the following processes to get you all signed up and on your way to exploring the underwater world!
The team will get you signed up for the following to be completed in one weekend:
Scuba Review to assess your skills and help get geared up!
Open Water Checkout Dives
We will need the Diver Referral Paperwork from your original shop to verify what skills were completed and have you complete a few extra forms:
Make sure the training completion date listed on the referral document is not older than 12 months.
PADI RSTC Medical Statement
Standard Safe Diving Practices Statement of Understanding
PADI Release of Liability/Assumption of Risk/Nonagency Acknowledgment Form – General Training
We will assess your diver knowledge by administering the following, and remediate as necessary to verify mastery of your newly learned scuba knowledge:
PADI Open Water Diver Course Manual
Open Water Diver Online Quick Review
4. SCUBA REVIEW AND OPEN WATER
We will assess your dive skills by conducting a Scuba Review / Confined Water Dive that reviews Open Water Diver course skills in preparation for open water training dives later that day. Additionally you will complete:
A waterskills assessment (at least a 200 metre/yard swim or 300 metre/yard mask, snorkel and fin swim, and a 10 minute tread/float).
Make sure you completed all PADI Dive Flexible Skills.
Complete your PADI Open Water Dive and become certified as a PADI Open Water Scuba Diver!