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Scuba Diving - Diving Courses and Education

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Diving Courses at Loma Diving Adventure in Khao Lak


We offer diving courses from beginner to professional level.

The training follows the PADI guidelines, the world's largest and most professional diving education system. PADI is represented all over the world, so there are no problems anywhere in the world with the recognition of the diving license.
In addition to PADI we can also give you a CMAS course and further education. We train up to the instructor level.

The following diving courses can be booked with us :

PADI Discover Scuba
Taster Diving Swimming Pool or Beach 1,900 THB

PADI Discover Scuba Diving
Taster Dive 6,900 THB

PADI Scuba Diver
9,900 THB

PADI Open Water Diver
Dive Settings Course 14,900 THB

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
Advanced course 16,900 THB

PADI Nitrox Course
5,900 THB

PADI Emergency First Response
First aid course with CPR 4,300 THB

PADI Rescue Diver
Rescue diver 10,900 THB

PADI Divemaster
First step to the professional - on request
go PRO IDC and IDC info - on request

PADI courses in combination with a liveaboard

Advanced Open Water Diver 8,900 THB - only on liveaboard in Thailand
Nitrox Diver (includes 2 Enriched Air Tanks) 4,900 THB
Specialty courses 4,900 THB


 


Rescue Diver / Divemaster

If you would like to complete your apprenticeship as a divemaster or instructor in Thailand as part of a three-month internship (free training in exchange for co-operation) at Loma Diving Adventure, i...


PADI Open Water Diver

With this certificate (also known as Brevet) you can go anywhere in the world without problems due to diving without instructor.

Maximum depth after the course is 18m.

Di...

With this certificate (also known as Brevet) you can go anywhere in the world without problems due to diving without instructor.

Maximum depth after the course is 18m.

Diving is a sport that is suitable for almost everyone. However, in order to learn to dive, you must be able to swim and have a medical certificate on the suitability for diving.

The course is divided into three parts: theory training, swimming pool training and open water education.

Theoretical Training
The first part of the training takes place in our training room, where the essential and necessary theory for diving is learned.
There is a video to watch and discuss the 5 chapters of the Open Water Diver Manual that you may already prepare online. After each chapter (also called module) there are ten repeat questions to make sure that the content has been understood.
At the end of the theory sessions, there is a final test (as in the multiple choice questions) with 50 questions.

Pool Training
The dives in the swimming pool are in preparation for the open water. Here you will learn how to float, learn how to handle the diving equipment and learn various techniques and skills that you must master as a diver.

Open Water Training
The open water training consists of four dives, one of which is optional as a snorkeling dive. Here the learned skills and abilities are applied under proper dive conditions and practiced and improved again.
The open water dives take place as part on two days with a longtail boat to nearby dive sites.

 


PADI Advanced Open Water Diver

The Advanced program is primarily designed to practice diving under the supervision of a professional, so that you can dive without the assistance of a professional.

For this purpose, f...

The Advanced program is primarily designed to practice diving under the supervision of a professional, so that you can dive without the assistance of a professional.

For this purpose, five dives have to be completed in various special areas that go beyond the level of Open Water Divers. Prerequisite for the course is the PADI Open Water Brevet or equivalent (eg CMAS *) and a valid medical certification.

The course is divided into two parts: theory training - open water education

Theoretical Training
Each student receives the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Manual. In this course book all special areas of diving are each described in a separate chapter. The participants read the corresponding chapter about the respective dive and fill in the questions of repetition. These are then discussed with the instructor and deepened. The repetition questions are collected and remain with the instructor. There is no written test; only an entrance test is to be completed - the so-called "Scuba Tune Up" test. Here it is determined what the participants still have prior knowledge of their beginners course and evenutelle gaps are closed.

Open Water Training
The open water training consists of five dives in different special areas. Two dives are so-called compulsory dives, which the participant must complete: a navigation dive for underwater orientation and a deep dive at 30 m, where the participant has to complete certain tasks. Three dives are so-called elective dives. Here participants can choose from various special areas, such as
Multilevel diving - wreck diving - naturalist - boat diving - night diving - perfect buoyancy - drift diving

 


PADI Rescue Diver

Based on the skills acquired so far, it is about getting a grip on any problems that arise and learning certain rescue techniques.

How do I prevent such moments? How should I react in e...

Based on the skills acquired so far, it is about getting a grip on any problems that arise and learning certain rescue techniques.

How do I prevent such moments? How should I react in emergency situations?

These are the central questions of the course, which are treated in theory and practice.

Course Requirements
1. You must be certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver with experience in greater depths and navigation or have an equivalent brevet. Equivalent here means that you must have at least 20 registered dives with experience at greater depths and in navigation.
2. You must be at least 15 years old.
3. You must have completed a recognized cardiopulmonary resuscitation course no longer than two years ago (the PADI Emergency First Response course complies with this condition).

The course is divided into two parts: theory training - open water education

Theoretical Training
There are 3 - 5 theory units provided. Each student will receive the PADI Rescue Diver Manual, which allows them to prepare for the theory lessons at home. For this purpose, at the end of each chapter repeat questions must be answered, which are then discussed in class. Topics covered include: self-rescue and diver stress, first aid in diving accidents, emergency management, equipment issues.
At the end, there will be a 60-question completion test, which is based on the multiple-choice procedure and which will require at least 75% completion.

Open Water Training
The open water training consists of 12 exercises in which, among other things, the following situations are trained:
bringing to the surface an unconscious diver, administering oxygen, ascending under octopus respiration, etc.
Finally, there are two simulated emergency situations as a test, which the participants have to manage. The open water training can be completed as part of a day trip to the Similan Islands, a day tour with the longtail boat and / or on the beach.

 


Special Courses (Specialties)

In addition, the following special courses are offered (prices on request) :

Night Diving
Underwater Orienteering
Multilevel Diving
Fish Identification
Buoya...

In addition, the following special courses are offered (prices on request) :

Night Diving
Underwater Orienteering
Multilevel Diving
Fish Identification
Buoyancy
Deep Diving
Equipment Specialist
Wreck Diving
UW-Scooter
Drift Diving
Nitrox
Project AWARE