Mr Peake will be sending a detailed email later this week, but most of our young people achieved one of the two entry-level PADI qualifications:
We had hoped to progress students to Open Water Diver but the weather was against us.
So what’s the next step?
All the learning completed at home or at Dive Project Cornwall is registered on the PADI system, and so can be continued at any point with any accredited PADI dive school. You may want to move forward to Open Water Diver in more benign conditions abroad, but I cannot move on without remarking on how amazing UK diving can be. The choice is yours.
If you would like to move on to the next level locally, you can contact James Neil at InDepth Diving, sponsor of this week’s event. James has previously offered to train family members at cost, so please reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine cost and availability to complete the path to Open Water Diver.
Once you have Open Water Diver you can rent gear and dive across the planet. Realistically, the early days will see you diving with a dive master or instructor to work on those early skills like buoyancy and trim. After that, you may remain a holiday diver, or perhaps you will choose to join a local British Sub Aqua Club branch to develop your skills throughout the year and enjoy that amazing UK diving.
Do feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com