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Padi 5 Star Gold Certification Card

Padi 5 Star Gold Certification Card

Padi 5 Star Gold Certification Card with Aussie Divers Phuket

PADI Gold 5 Star Certification Cards

PADI have released new gold certification cards that are only available at the high ranking PADI 5 Star Dive Centres.

These cards are recognition of a higher level of training standards and professionalism.

The cards are available for PADI Open Water Course, PADI Advanced Open Water, PADI Rescue Diver and all PADI Specialty Courses.

Your PADI Gold Certification card is available when you do a PADI course with Aussie Divers Phuket and it will be an indication that you were taught at the highest level of in the PADI system.

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