Recreational courses

The Scuba Experience program is not a course, but an introduction to diving. On completion, the participant is issued with a certificate of participation but this has no validity as a diving qualification. However, if you enjoy the experience, you can continue onto the Scuba Diver course directly.
The Open Water Diver Course is a great “beginning”, but is more challenging then the Scuba Experience as you will become an autonomous diver. The international certification you will attain enables you to dive (without the requirement of being accompanied by a diving professional) with a dive buddy to a maximum depth of 18 meters (60 feet).
The Advanced Open Water Diver course represents the second level of training, thanks to which you will learn to manage some special activities such as exploring deeper and navigating with and without a compass. You may also learn to search and salvage objects, dive in a current, dive on wrecks, in conditions of poor visibility, or at night. The international certification you will attain certifies you to dive, with a dive buddy, to a depth of 30 meters (100 feet).
The Scuba Rescue Diver course is one of the best ways of learning how to deal with diving emergencies. However, in the PSS training system there are two other courses dedicated to rescue: First Aid – CPR and Oxygen in Diving Emergency. The first has general applications, while the second deals with the administration of normobaric oxygen to an injured diver. These three courses are therefore complementary and designed to deal with all the possible scenarios of any type of diving emergency.
Although the Advanced Open Water Diver certification opens the door to many new diving opportunities, going deeper can be irresistible. If you want to venture to deeper depths, you can attend the Deep Diver course. At the end of the training you will be able to make no-deco stop dives with a dive buddy to a maximum depth of 40 meters (130 feet), which is the maximum depth limit for recreational divers.
The PSS training system provides many specialized courses that are aimed at mastering the diving techniques already acquired or maybe trying something completely new. Some of the courses you can attend are: Night Diving, Limited Visibility Diving, Wreck Diving, Drift Diving, Search and Salvage, Underwater Ecology, Nitrox Diving, Digital Underwater Photography.
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Professional courses

The Divemaster course represents the first professional level. The course also represents an important step in a diver’s career. Previously the diver had only been responsible for him/herself and his/her dive buddy but on becoming a Divemaster the diver becomes responsible for the safety and the enjoyment of all the certified divers that he or she accompanies on dives. A divemaster may also be called on to assist Instructors on recreational diving courses, supervising students who may be entering the water for the first time.


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OneOcean Dive Resort is affiliated to PSS Worldwide as one of the world’s leading underwater education agencies that is part of the RSTC Europe educational agency pool. Membership in RSTC qualifies affiliated organizations, by virtue of the minimum common standards, as “internationally recognized”. The PSS Diving Rules comply with the European Community Directives (EN Standards) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standards. This compliance is essential to operate, in compliance with the regulations issued, within the European Community and worldwide.