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Online Courses

Online Courses

PADI And Aussie Divers Phuket now offer a wide range of online digital and downloadable study options

PADI eLearning

This is the original PADI online learning platform and is available to student divers wanting to complete the theoretical proportion of their course at a nice relaxed pace anywhere where you have an internet connection (please note that this version is not downloadable). It is compatible on both Windows and OS X.

It is available for Open Water Diver Online, Advanced Open Water Diver Online, Rescue Diver Online, Dive Theory Online, Digital Underwater Photography Theory Online, Enriched Air Diver Online, Divemaster Online and Instructor Development Online.

Available Languages: English, Spanish, German, Japanese, French, Dutch, Russian, Chinese and Korean.

PADI Open Water Touch

The PADI now offers revolutionary digital study option called the PADI Open Water touch. This downloadable tablet based course has a rich interactive learning option that is available for download through the PADI Library. It integrates, learning objectives and curriculum and videos in a rich interactive learning experience.

It is compatible on Apple IOS and Android based devices

Languages: English Coming soon: French, German, Spanish, Korean, Dutch, Italian and many more.

Study at home

Study at Home

PADI ReActivate

The PADI ReActivate is a fresh and convenient prescriptive teaching program designed to stimulate inactive divers to refresh their outdated knowledge and have them rejoin the wonderful sport of scuba diving.

It is also downloadable on the PADI Library asa downloadable product as well as an online version that can be used on desktop computers and laptops.

It is compatible on Apple IOS and Android based devices as well as Windows and OS X.

Language: English only.

Study at home

Study at Home

Equipment Specialist

A wonderful new PADI product is the Equipment specialist touch that is an interactive tablet based product that gives divers more information scuba systems and what to look frown purchasing their own equipment. It explains in details about regulators, dive instrument particularly dive computers, enriched air equipment and cylinders. There is even a section on rebreathers. It is a great supplement for all of those that are entraining the PADI Pro ranks or any scuba diving enthusiast.

It is compatible on Apple IOS and Android based devices.

Language: English only.

Digital Online Manuals

PADI have a wide range of digital online manuals. These digital manuals dive students an opportunity read up on upcoming courses at home thus reducing the time to study whilst on holiday in Phuket.

PADI Open Water Course:

PADI Adventures in Diving

Enriched Air Nitrox

Rescue

Digital Underwater Photographer

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