Supervised diver course
2 days/ 4 dives
- 5 hr5 hours
- Cape Greko Street
A supervised diver course, also known as a scuba diving course, is a program designed to teach individuals the skills, knowledge, and techniques required to dive safely and responsibly in open water environments. The course usually begins with a series of classroom sessions, where students are taught the basics of scuba theory, including dive physics, equipment, and safety procedures. After completing the classroom portion, students move on to a series of skill-based training sessions in confined water environments, such as swimming pools or shallow reefs. During these sessions, students learn how to breathe underwater, perform various diving maneuvers, and manage emergency situations. Once the student has demonstrated proficiency in these skills, they are then taken on open water dives under the supervision of a certified instructor. These dives give students the opportunity to practice their skills in real-world diving conditions, such as open oceans, shipwrecks, and coral reefs. Upon completion of the course, students are awarded a certification card that allows them to rent scuba gear and dive with other certified divers around the world. The certification level can vary depending on the course completed, but most recreational divers start with an Open Water Diver certification. If you are interested in more detailed information, please contact us or sign up for the Supervised diver course course in Protaras, Cyprus right now!
GoToDive Diving Center, Cape Greko Street, Protaras, Cyprus