Don’t miss a dive due to a scuba gear issue.
Whether it’s a blown o-ring, regulator problem, wetsuit tear or a broken fin strap, you can learn how to manage basic scuba equipment adjustments.
As a PADI Equipment Specialist, you are prepared for the basic scuba equipment maintenance, care and adjustments you’ll encounter every day. In addition, you’ll learn interesting background information about how your gear works, how it’s repair and other information that helps you with your equipment investment.
The more you know about how your dive gear works, the more:
Comfortable you are with it
Performance you get from it
You can care for it
During this course you will learn to:
Review the theory, principles and operation of scuba diving equipment
Learn about routine, recommended care and maintenance procedures, and equipment storage
How to overcome common problems with equipment and recommended professional maintenance procedures (may include a demonstration of repair procedures)
Gain simple suggestions for comfortable equipment configurations and an introduction to new gear (may include optional confined water dive to try new or unfamiliar equipment)
PADI Equipment Specialist Course
You will have a chance to see and interact with many types of scuba gear, accessories, dive lights, gear bags, flags and floats, dive computers, BCDs, regulators, dive knives, scuba weight systems and more!
The learning materials you need:
Curious how scuba tanks are made? Ever wondered what the inside of your regulator looks like? The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving DVD-ROM explains it all with videos and four-color diagrams. In addition to a comprehensive overview of diving equipment, the Encyclopedia also covers diving physics, physiology and the history of scuba diving.
The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving is also available as a full-color book.
(These materials are available for purchase at our dive shop so you can get it on your arrival to the dive centre)
This course requires a minimum time duration of 1 day.