PADI's most popular specialty course, Enriched Air Diver, will be offered online. You'll be able to complete all the knowledge development portion of the course at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. Coming Soon! Other PADI eLearning Courses Available Now: PADI Advanced Open Water Course Online PADI Open Water Diver Course Online (available in English, Spanish, German and Japanese; Italian, French and Dutch coming soon)
PADI's Enriched Air Course is Coming Online Soon
PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor Martin Edwards from Queensland, Australia has managed to successfully combine his two passions, diving and photography. When completing his PADI Divemaster course, Martin remembers his Instructor telling him “[you] love diving too much!” Over the years, Martin has never lost this passion, and it is this that shines through in his many images.
Nearly a year after his first ScubaEarth interview, PADI Assistant Instructor, Michael Keller speaks about his latest diving conquests and his active role on PADI’s online community, ScubaEarth.
Want to raise money to protect sharks against finning and have fun at the same time? From fancy dress to wacky races here’s how to plan your own ocean conservation event.
Want to do something good for the ocean next time you check in for your dive? Project AWARE's new limited edition card is here!
Are you a diving and video enthusiast? You can have the opportunity to win some new GoPro gadgets.
The story of scuba diving goes way back, centuries in fact, but it took a long time before modern diving actually developed. From using a hollow reed as a snorkel to turning a barrel into a diving bell, here's a quick look at how far we’ve come.
What did volunteer divers find during Debris Month of Action? More than 38,680 debris items including 3,935 plastic beverage bottles, 2,152 cigarette filters, and 2,363 cigar tips. Shocking? Wait until we tell you what the most bizarre and unusual discovery was: a “makeshift toilet” found in the murky depths of the Sheffield Canal in the UK.
Last year five incredible Ocean Action Projects were put into motion after you voted for the conservation projects you believed would make a real impact. From shark and manta ray protection to cleaning up the ocean from the growing onslaught of trash, follow the Ocean Action journey as these projects go from strength to strength.
From skipping the buddy check to miscalculating your weight, we all are guilty of bad diving habits from time to time.
Debris Month of Action has seen divers all around the world taking the plunge to fight back against trash in the ocean and Dive Against Debris. Last weekend Hannah Pragnell-Raasch, Program and Outreach Coordinator, Project AWARE Foundation was lucky enough to join Dive 2000 and Mosman Council in their Dive Against Debris in Sydney, Australia.