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The International Association for Handicapped Divers (IAHD) is a diving association, based in Holland, which has focused upon providing the means for those with Physical disabilities who wish to become scuba divers to fulfil their ambition. To enable individuals with serious physical disabilities to participate in underwater activities requires competent, instructors, underwater guides, capable dive buddies, as well as training programs, standards, guidelines, materials, and member support. The IAHD provides this.

PADI Scuba Diver

As a certified PADI Scuba Diver you have the freedom to dive with a PADI Professional anywhere in the world to a maximum depth of 12 metres. Throughout the course you will learn the fundamentals of scuba diving, including dive equipment and techniques. You will earn this rating by completing three pool sessions, knowledge development sessions and by making two open water dives. If you want to learn more and go deeper then you can then choose to sign up and upgrade to PADI Open Water Diver.

How Much Will It Cost?

Our PADI Scuba Diver course is currently just £240.
This includes all you will need for the course; equipment hire, Open Water Course manual, Log book, eRDP (electronic recreational dive planner ).

Will I Be Safe?

All the way through the course you will be under the guidance of a PADI Professional, and helped by our staff whom are specially trained in all of the safety aspects of training divers. Following the UK Health & Safety Executive (HSE) Regulations and our own Eagle Ray Diving Health & Safety policy, we work as hard as we can to ensure that you will have a safe and comfortable experience throughout your course.

Who, Where, What & When?

Almost anyone who is in good health, reasonably fit, and comfortable in the water can earn a PADI Scuba Diver certification. If you are between 12 and 14 there is a PADI Junior Scuba Diver programme available. You are never more than 5 weeks away from the start of the next course. You will need basic swimming gear (costume, old t-shirt and towel) and your course pack to begin participating in this new experience.



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