Whether it's a missing o-ring, wetsuit tear or a broken fin strap, the PADI Equipment Specialist course teaches you to manage basic repairs & adjustment.
As a diver, you already know that diving is an equipment-intensive activity. From accessories such as dive lights and underwater cameras to essential gear like exposure suits, cylinders, and regulators, there is a lot to wrap your head around. you don’t need a degree in engineering to understand how your equipment works, the PADI Equipment Specialist Specialty Course will help you to understand how certain pieces of your diving gear work.
This course will teach you the benefits of owning your own equipment, how to choose it and to apply it best across various scenarios.
If you are a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or higher and at least 10 years old, you can enroll in the PADI Equipment Specialist Specialty Course.
What will you learn:
Routine Care and maintenance procedures.
Equipment storage recommendations.
How to overcome some common equipment problems
Equipment configuration suggestions.
To use new and unfamiliar diving equipment.
A broken fin strap, regulator problems, a blown O-ring, you will learn to fix it.
In addition, you will learn interesting background information about your diving equipment and how to repair it. It familiarizes you with your diving equipment.
You will bring your own basic diving equipment (if you already have it) to the class. You can also use examples of other diving gear to work with during the training.
The PADI Equipment Specialist Specialty Course just takes 1 day to complete.
This non-diving course is ideal to follow on your last day of the holiday or on a windy and cold day. But it stays a course that you can take any time you want.
The more you know about your diving gear, the more comfortable you will be with it, the more performance you will get out of it and the better you will take care of it.
It provides the foundation you need to use your equipment as efficient as possible and to maintain it to use it as long as possible.
Don’t miss a dive due to minor issues with your diving equipment. Visit us at our diving center and we will be eager to provide you with all the information about the PADI Equipment Specialist Specialty Course.