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Free PADI Open Water Course Introduction

Free PADI Open Water Course Introduction

100% Free Introduction to the PADI Open Water Course

Thinking about learning to scuba dive? Don’t know where to begin? Take the first step today with this limited time FREE offer from Aussie Divers!

Start your PADI Open Water Course for free: Sign up here

PADI & Aussie Divers are offering a 100% free online introduction to the PADI Open Water Course. You can now have an insight to the dive theory before committing or paying any money, start your PADI scuba education online today!

This online PADI eLearning module covers the steps involved to become a certified diver, how to get the most out of your course & some basic aspects of the full PADI Open Water Course.

You can study the theory online from the comfort of home and at your own pace, prior to committing to the full course. Once ready you then have the option to complete the course in Phuket or Koh Tao, we can also conduct the required pool practical session’s in Bangkok.

PADI’s Open Water Course is the world’s most popular certification course with over 27 million divers previously completing it. If you have always wanted to be a certified diver but did not know where to begin then we are offering the PADI Introductory Course for FREE!

Simply contact us and please include the code: FreePADI*

Start your PADI Open Water Course for free: Sign up here

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What you will learn

During this obligation-free offer you will learn about the following:

  • The steps involved in becoming a scuba diver
  • What are the three basic parts of a PADI Open Water course
  • How to get the most out of your PADI Open Water Course
  • How to perform the key basic skills of a scuba diver
  • How to get the most out of being a scuba diver

Aussie Divers will be there along the way to help you with any questions that you have.

Get started and join the 27 million other divers that began their diving life with PADI.

Simply contact us and please include the code: FreePADI*

Start your PADI Open Water Course for free: Sign up here

*This is a limited time offer, contact us today!

By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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