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Care For Children


During the Emergency First Response Care for Children course you’ll learn how to provide emergency care for injured or ill children (ages one to eight) and infants less than one year old. You’ll learn about the types of medical emergencies that children face, and how they differ from adult conditions. The course includes both primary care (CPR) and secondary care (first aid) skills.

Primary and Secondary Care


The Emergency First Response course consists of two parts. During the Primary Care (CPR) portion you’ll learn how to respond to life threatening emergencies. The Secondary Care (First Aid) portion of the course covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening. Throughout the course, you’ll learn through knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice, to make sure that you have the confidence in your ability to provide care when emergency situations arise.



The PADI Tec 50 course is the third and final part of the full PADI Tec Deep Diver program, and is where you learn how to make extended accelerated decompression stops using up to two decompression gases. You will learn to plan and execute repetitive decompression dives using up to two decompression cylinders, and to extend your depth limit to 50 metres/165 feet



The PADI Tec 45 course is the second part of the full PADI Tec Deep Diver program, and is where you start using a full technical diving rig to make accelerated decompression dives using enriched air or pure oxygen. You will learn to plan and execute repetitive decompression dives using a single decompression cylinder, and extend your depth limit to 45 metres/145 feet.



The PADI Tec 40 course is the first part of the full PADI Deep Diver program, and is where you transition from no stop recreational scuba diving towards full technical deep decompression diving. You start to build technical diving knowledge and skills, and gain technical diving experience. The PADI Tec 40 course qualifies you to make limited decompression dives to 40 metres/130 feet.

PADI Discover Tec Diving


Curious about technical diving, but not sure about jumping straight onto a tec course? The PADI Discover Tec experience allows you to begin your technical diving training in a pool where you can try out tec equipment and skills for the first time.

PADI Instructor Development Preparation Course


Planning on taking your PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC), but a little rusty on your dive theory and skills? That’s ok – we have just the course for you. Immerse School of Diving Instructors will ensure that your PADI Divemaster level theory and skills are perfected before you start your IDC, helping you to prepare in advance. We’ll spend time in the classroom reviewing all five areas of dive theory, practice your skill demonstrations, and conduct a rescue workshop.

PADI Assistant Instructor


Becoming a PADI Assistant Instructor allows you to gain even more experience as a professional level diver. You develop scuba diving teaching skills and enhance your organisational and supervisory abilities.

Emergency Fist Response Instructor


The Emergency First Response Instructor (EFRI) course provides you with the additional training necessary to teach the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR), Secondary Care (First Aid) and Care for Children courses. You need to become an EFR Instructor prior to becoming a PADI Instructor

PADI Discover Scuba Diving Leader Internship


To qualify as a PADI Discover Scuba Diving Leader and to be able to conduct PADI Discover Scuba Diving programs in a pool or confined water, a PADI Divemaster must complete a PADI Discover Scuba Diving Leader Internship. This includes conducting four separate real (not simulated) PADI Discover Scuba Diving programs in confined water under the direct supervision of a PADI Instructor.

PADI Divemaster


Your adventure into the professional levels of recreational scuba diving begins with the PADI Divemaster program. Working closely with the Immerse School of Diving PADI Instructors, in this program you expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills to the professional level

PADI Wreck Detective (10 Years+)


Have you ever sat on the boat after a dive and felt like you must have been swimming round a different site to everyone else? Do you struggle to work out the bow from the stern, never mind all of the features in between? If so then this is the course for you. Becoming a Wreck Detective will open your eyes to the common features found on both metal and wooden shipwrecks, key identifiers to look out for and what to do next if you would like to find out more about a particular wreck site

PADI Underwater Naturalist (10 Years+)


Admiring the beauty beneath the waves is one thing, but appreciating how the underwater environment functions, on a more complex level, is something that will enhance your diving experiences in ways you might not expect. The better you understand the aquatic environment, the more you’ll be able to savour the sights you encounter on your dives. Go beyond simply recognising the occasional fish by taking the PADI Underwater Naturalist course

PADI Underwater Navigator (10 Years+)


Be the scuba diver everyone wants to follow because you know where you are and where you’re going. The PADI Underwater Navigator course fine tunes your observation skills and teaches you to more accurately use your compass underwater. If you like challenges with big rewards, take this course and have fun finding your way.

PADI Twin Set Diver (15 Years+)


Want to take more gas with you on your dive, or thinking about advancing to technical diving? Then the Twin Set Diver Specialty may be for you

PADI Surface Marker Buoy (SMB) Diver (12 Years+)


Surface marker buoys (SMBs) are one of the most useful items of diving kit you’ll ever own, and having the ability to use an SMB is vitally important when you are coastal diving. They can allow scuba divers to mark boundaries for mapping or search and recovery, alert boat traffic, signal for assistance underwater, provide a line as a visual reference for ascending divers, and provide an emergency source of buoyancy.