Scuba Diving In Denver
Scuba diving is lots of fun, easy to do and in no time at all you’ll be blowing bubbles underwater with a 400-pound Queensland Grouper, rays, lazy Nurse Sharks and a whole bunch of their cool fish friends. Maybe you watched a cool movie on television showing scuba divers playing with dolphins or one of your friends just returned from a dive trip to the “Islands” or maybe you’ve always dreamed of diving on a WWII wreck. Whatever your reason, lessons got just what you need to Discover what it’s like to Scuba Dive in Denver.
During Independent Study portion of the course you’ll become familiar with basic diving principles and procedures. For example, you’ll learn the affects of pressure on your body, how to choose the right equipment, considerations for planning dives and more. This step involves independent study using one of the PADI eLearning options or Home-Study. You’ll need to complete this step prior to participating in next.
During Confined Water Pool Dives and Knowledge Development step, you’ll dive in onsite swimming pool and develop the basic scuba skills necessary to safely dive. Such as, learning how to set up your diving equipment, control your buoyancy, dive with a buddy and several other important skills. You’ll also get a chance to do somersaults, handstands and experience the freedom of “inner-space!” The skills learned in pool will prepare you for the open water dives. In addition, you’ll spend a short time in the classroom learning about additional diving opportunities, planning for dive travel and more. Open Water Dives is where you’ll apply the various skills you learned and developed during steps, in an open water environment. This is when your skills and diving knowledge are their freshest.