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Ready to complete your bookwork and the confined water portion of your PADI open water certification at your local dive shop?.
¡Get to spend more time under Cabo’s beautiful waters enjoying unparalleled marine landscapes as you finalize their PADI qualification with the necessary four open water dives!.
Cabo PADI Open Water Referral Course is the best way to earn a Scuba diving certification, Students can complete each module of their training step by step, managing their learning times as best they can!. You be able to take the theory portion of the certification online from anywhere and the pool work with the dive shop closest to your city.
When you finished your training, that local shop then issues the referral forms that are necessary before the student can complete the open water dives required to earn a complete PADI. You can expect to review your forms and some basic dive theory with your local instructor.
You can expect to review your issue and some basic dive theory with your local instructor. He should make sure that you haven’t forgotten any of the information you need to have to dive safely.
If you forgot some things since you finished your book and pool work… Don’t be worried about this!.. if you’ve forgotten a thing or two Your instructor will review everything you’re not clear on and can take you through a quick skill review in the pool if they feel it is necessary. Your first dive will be very fun when you be familiarized with the equipment.
When you complete the book work and pool work parts of the scuba certification course before your vacation, you don’t have to spend time for study on your holiday. You can take advantage of your holiday time. Learning and training in a pool close to home. When you are ready to enjoy your holiday times just will be spending time exploring the beautiful landscapes of the depths, feeling sure of yourself and of the knowledge to obtain.
You will need to bring either an inter-agency referral form or the Universal Referral Form signed by both you and your instructor. You will also need to show us the diver’s medical statement that you signed before you began training in order to do any open water dives. And don’t forget to bring your logbook! You can use your signed logbook as proof of certification if you ever lose your certification card.
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