PADI Open Water Scuba Diver, PADI Jr Open Water Scuba Diver or qualifying certification from another training organization equivalent.
The PADI SCUBA Review is for ages 10 Years and Older.
Depth Restrictions After Certification
This PADI course does not increase your maximum depth rating. Standard depth restrictions apply.
Waivers and Liability Releases
all participants will need to have a completed set of liability releases signed and dated prior to any in water training. Note: Participants under the age of 18 will need to have a parent or guardian signatures as well. No exceptions.
For the PADI SCUBA Review program you will need the following releases:
4 PADI Youth Diving Responsibility and Risk Acknowledgment
The duration of the PADI SCUBA Review program is between ½ day to 2 days depending on the program you choose.
The course is performance-based so we do not like to rush we want to make sure everyone is safe and fully understands the skills of the day. So there is a start time but never a set finish time.
Required PADI Course Materials
For your course you will need the PADI SCUBA tuneup manual or the PADI ReActivate Touch.
SCUBA Tuneup Guidebook
PADI ReActivate Touch
If you purchase your PADI SCUBA tuneup manual at the time you book your course. You will receive your hard copy when you arrive at class.For your convenience we will provide you with all the materials you will need to get you started as soon as you book your course..
Each student is required to purchase from us their own PADI SCUBA tuneup manual.
Get wet again with the PADI SCUBA Reviw Refresher program.
The PADI SCUBA Review is also known as a refresher course. It is designed for certified divers who need refreshing on their scuba skills. Especially if it has been over a year since you been in the water. This course is also a prerequisite for continuing education courses such as upgrading from a junior diver or PADI SCUBA diver.
Course Overview Standard SCUBA Tuneup
The PADI SCUBA review program begins with completing the PADI SCUBA Tune-up Guidebook then it's into the water to practice and review your basic scuba diving skills.
Your PADI instructor will demonstrate and have you practice 15 different basic scuba skills in the pool or confined water. These are the same basic skills you went over during your open water diver course, so the skills should be familiar to you.
Ready to get back in the water after a long break from SCUBA diving?
Our full SCUBA review program is great for divers who have not been in the water in a long time (over 3 years) and who have logged less than 25 dives since her certification. Especially if the diver completed their open water course and never really dove afterwards. This is a great course to take to get back in the water safely. During our full SCUBA review not only will we go over all your basic SCUBA skills, we will also refresh your academic knowledge as well. Essentially, it’s the open water course without the exam.
Quick SCUBA Review
Our quick SCUBA review is for experienced divers who have logged over 25 dives but have not been in the water and over 3 years. This is a great way to get back in the water safely and explore at the same time. During your quick review you will go over all of your basics SCUBA skills and do a quick academic refresher all completed in one day.
Course Overview Reactivate Program
Haven’t been diving lately and want a quick scuba refresher? The ReActivate™ program is the perfect way to update your dive skills and knowledge from the PADI Open Water Diver Course before jumping back into the water. Whether you want a few reminders or need to go over the basics, ReActivate is personalized for you: You conveniently review scuba concepts on your tablet, mobile device or computer, then go diving with a PADI Professional.
It’s quick and easy, and a good way to prepare for your next PADI course or get ready for a diving vacation. The best part is, divers who complete both the knowledge and in-water skill refresher receive a replacement certification card with a ReActivated date on it.
Any PADI certified diver who wants a refresher or pre-travel update should ReActivate. Dive shops appreciate seeing a recent ReActivate date on your certification card because it means you’re ready to dive in.
ReActivate is a new PADI program that may not yet be available in all areas. If you can’t access ReActivate, or can’t access in your language your PADI Instructor can still complete a scuba skills review with you, and you can refresh your diving knowledge with Scuba Tune-Up Online.
Your PADI certification does not expire. Participation in PADI ReActivate™ is not mandatory, but recommended as an easy way to refresh your foundational scuba safety knowledge and skills if you haven’t been diving in a while. Divers who complete both the knowledge and in-water skill refresher receive a replacement certification card with a “ReActivated thru” date on it.
Optional PADI Online Academics
The PADI online academics program is great for students who are short on time. Bypass the classroom with the PADI online academics system. You will complete all of your academics in the comfort of your own home at your own pace.
Step one: Log onto the PADI online system and complete your online academics.
Step two: During the classes scheduled classroom academic session. You will come into the shop and under the direct supervision of your PADI instructor and take a quiz that will verify you have completed your online academics.
There are additional costs associated with the PADI online academic program. The cost is $179 per person and is not included in our standard or group courses.
Note: online academics is not available for ages 12 and under.
SCUBA Review Training Dives
1. Assemble, adjust, prepare, put on and disassemble scuba equipment.
2. Perform a pre-dive safety check.
3. Demonstrate appropriate deep-water entry.
4. Adjust for proper weighting — float at eye level at the surface with no or minimal air in the BCD, while holding a normal breath.
5. Alternately breathe from snorkel and regulator without lifting the face from the water.
6. Descend using the five-point method.
7. Recover and clear a regulator at depth.
8. Remove, replace and clear the mask.
9. Respond to air depletion by signaling “out of air,” and securing and breathing from an alternate air source supplied by a buddy. Continue for at least one minute while swimming.
10. Ascend properly using an alternate air source and establish positive buoyancy at the surface.
11. Breathe effectively from a free-flowing regulator for at least 30 seconds.
12. Use both oral and low-pressure BCD inflation to become neutrally buoyant. Gently rise and fall in a controlled manner, during inhalation and exhalation.
13. Ascend using the five-point method.
14. Remove, replace, adjust and secure the weight system at the surface in water too deep in which to stand, with minimal assistance (PADI Scuba Divers – remove only).
15. Simulate a controlled emergency swimming ascent by swimming horizontally for at least 9 meters/30 feet while emitting a continuous sound.
16. Using buoyancy control Hover for at least 30 seconds, without kicking or sculling.
17. Swim without a mask for at least 15 meters/50 feet, then replace and clear the mask.
18. Remove, replace, adjust and secure the weight system.
• With weight belt – on the bottom in water too deep in which to stand.
• With weight integrated BCDs (or weight harness systems that require reassembly after weights are removed) – remove weights in shallow water.
19. Remove, replace, adjust and secure the scuba unit on the bottom in water too deep in which to stand, with minimal assistance.
20. Remove, replace, adjust and secure the scuba unit at the surface in water too deep in which to stand, with minimal assistance.
Extend your bottom time with Enriched Air (Nitrox).
The PADI Enriched Air (Nitrox) diver course will certify you to use Enriched Air (Nitrox) to stay down longer during your shallow water dives. Also by breathing a higher concentration of oxygen during your dive, you will come back feeling refreshed and ready for more diving.