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Bangkok Training

Bangkok Training

Bangkok Training

The professional Aussie Divers PADI Instructors & staff can assist you with the theory (online or traditional classroom) & pool practical training sessions for all PADI courses in Bangkok. You can now complete all of the course theory & pool practical sessions in Bangkok at a relaxed pace prior to finishing the PADI training dives in either Phuket or Koh Tao.

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Where to begin

If you have always wanted to be a certified diver but did not know where to begin then for a limited time we are offering the PADI Introductory Course for FREE!

Simply contact us and please include the code: FreePADI

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Bangkok Pool PADI Open Water Course

Bangkok Pool PADI Open Water Course

Awesome Training Facility

Nestled in a private estate in the Seri Thai area of Bangkok, it is a stunning venue to complete your pool training and you will receive the PADI 5 Star training you expect from one of Thailand’s premier scuba diving centres, Aussie Divers.

This spacious training pool allows plenty of room to practice your PADI skills without interference from other students. The pool starts at 1.2 metre deep and gentle slopes down to 3.0 metres to offer a real feeling of diving in deeper water.

Completing the Open Water Divers

Once you have completed the practical pool training you can then finish your PADI Open Water training dives in either our Phuket or Koh Tao dive centres. Having the theory & pool sessions completed in Bangkok will give you more time to enjoy your holidays in Phuket or Koh Tao.

Phuket offers some beautiful diving, done as full day tours with 3 dives per day. The PADI Open Water Course training dives will usually be completed with a 3 dive day trip to the Racha Islands & a 3 dive day to Phi Phi & Shark Point, a total of 6 dives over two days at some of Thailand’s best dive sites.

Koh Tao has more than 25 dive sites to select from for you PADI course, most of which are within 10 – 20 minutes reach of the main island. The diving in Koh Tao is done as 2 dives per trip, usually as half day trips with a morning or afternoon dive option. The PADI Open Water course in Koh Tao would be finished with 4 dives over two days. Each day would be a half day trip, giving you the chance to spend some time relaxing on the beach or by the pool for the rest of the day.

Online Theory

We highly recommend the PADI digital online theory as prelude to your pool session in Bangkok. The PADI eLearning system allows you to study at you own pace in the comfort of your home, giving you more time to then focus on the practical skills & training once you reach the pool session.

Bangkok Pool PADI Open Water Training

Bangkok Pool PADI Open Water Training

Bangkok Training Pool Aussie Divers

Bangkok Training Pool Aussie Divers

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