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Refresher Pool Session

Want to get back into diving?

If you are a certified diver and haven't been in the water for some time, it is advisable to do a Scuba Review Session before getting back in the water.

PADI Pool Briefing - 2 AcrossDepending on how long it has been and what experience you had before the break, you may need a Review Session after as little as six months. If it has been more than five years since you have dived, you should probably re-sit the open water course again, but it depends again, on your experience levels.

Click here to book online for a private one-on-one or group Scuba Review Session.

What is a Scuba Review?

We run over everything from equipment assembly and pre-dive safety checks, to buoyancy and out of air procedures. Also with plenty of time to swim around this will make you a lot more comfortable on your first dive in the sea.

When can I do the session?

You can do a private Scuba Review when you wish (as long as an Instructor is available). This will typically run for 1.5 - 2.5 hours.

Or you can choose to join one of our Pool Sessions on a normal open water course. These group sessions run on the second evening of any "Evening Course" from 6.30pm - to approx. 9.00pm, or the first Saturday morning of any "Weekend Course" from 11.30am - approx 2pm.

Click here to go to the "Openwater Course Scedule" to see dates.

PADI Gear Assembly - 2 AcrossHow much does it cost?

It costs $150pp for a private Scuba Review Session.

If you prefer to join one of our course groups in a pool session, the cost is $90pp.

What are the prerequisites?

The only prerequisite is that you must have proof of your certification and complete a Dive Centre Ltd Medical Form

Everyone doing a dive course needs to complete a medical questionaire and we recommend doing that before booking onto the course!

If the answer to any question is yes, then you have to get it signed off by a Doctor. (If if the answer to all questions is 'No", you don't need to go to the Doctor at all - You can just sign the completed form and hand it in to us at the start of your course). If you need to, you can go to your normal family Doctor, but if you have any issues like a history of Asthma, Heart Condition, Insulin dependent diabetes, major ear or sinus problems, you should go to a Doctor with "training in fitness for diving medical assessments". A list of these Doctors is on the Introduction page of "Get into Diving".

Click here to book online for a private one-on-one or group Scuba Review Session.

Phone us on (09) 444 7698 or email us now and get back into diving... with confidence!