SSI Open Water Diver (Bali)

SSI Open Water Diver Course (Bali)

SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) Price: $500.00

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Bali is a world-famous diving destination, and for good reason! The warm waters and vibrant reefs make for an amazing diving experience.

Are you looking for an exciting way to explore the underwater world? Then come to Bali and enrol in one of our scuba diving courses!

The SSI Open Water Diver course is the perfect way to get started in diving. You’ll learn all the basic skills and safety procedures, as well as getting plenty of time in the water to explore.

After successfully completing the course, you’ll be certified as an Open Water Diver, allowing you to dive anywhere in the world.

So what are you waiting for? Come and explore the underwater world of Bali!

SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) Essentials

Open water diver course will prepare you to your dream underwater journey. These basic requirements will make sure that everything will be smooth sailing as you navigate through the vast ocean and enjoy every second you are immerse under water.

  • Prerequisites

    • Be at least 10 years of age or older
    • Able to swim 200m
    • Able to float or tread for 10mins without any swimming aids
  • Includes

    • All course materials
    • 1 Theory session
    • 1 Pool session
    • 4 Open Water Scuba Dives
    • Equipment rental for Pool and Trip (BCD, Regulator, Wetsuit, Weights and Tank)
    • Instructor fees
    • Certification fees
  • Exclude

    • Dive Insurance (Recommended)
    • Marine Park fee
    • Batteries for torch
    • Gratitude for Boat Crew / Guide
    • Equipment: Dive Computer

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SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) Components

Scuba diving is an amazing thing. It is like going to space for an hour. To begin your journey, the SSI Open Water Diver course is the way to go. It is your ticket to the underwater world! The SSI Open Water Diver course consists of 3 parts: Academic, Pool training and Open sea dives

Theory class

Bali Diving Courses Theory Classroom

You will be learning buoyancy and pressure concepts, equipment usage, hand signals and more.

Practical Pool Session

Dive Instructor Journey
Diving Course Bali Pool Compound
Bali Diving Course Pool Equipment Area

You will learn equipment assembly, experience breathing underwater, learn about buoyancy control and much more!

Open Sea Dives

Divers on the surface of water ready to dive.
Diving Course Open Water Component
Bali Diving Course Open Water Component 2

You will complete at least 4 dives and have the chance to experience everything you learned in the pool hands-on.

Our theory and knowledge component is broken into two parts:

-E-learning (from home)
-Theory class

We have developed an online training platform so you can learn the theory portion at your own pace when it is convenient for you. You will be learning buoyancy and pressure concepts, equipment usage, hand signals and more via an interactive online system with videos and quizzes.

After which, there will be 1 theory session where an instructor will go through additional queries and actual application concepts to get you ready for your pool session.

During your pool session, you will learn practical aspects of scuba diving and get a chance to master skills before going to the sea. You will learn equipment assembly, experience breathing underwater, learn about buoyancy control and much more!

– 1 Pool Session @ Pebble & Fins

You will complete at least 4 dives and have the chance to experience everything you learned in the pool hands-on. The course trip will include everything from travel, accommodation, diving and food.

– 6 Open Water Dives for Bali
– Pool sessions are done in Bali beach resort

Why Learn SSI Open Water Diver (Bali)

If you want to explore the underwater world, the SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) course is the perfect way to get started. Here are 5 reasons why:

1. You'll learn the basics of scuba diving, including safety procedures and diving techniques.

The SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) course is a great introduction to scuba diving. You’ll learn the basics of scuba diving, including safety procedures and diving techniques. This course is perfect for those who want to learn how to dive in a safe and fun environment.

2. The SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) course is conducted in small groups, so you'll get plenty of individual attention.

One of the main reasons why the SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) course is so popular is because it is conducted in small groups. This means that you will get plenty of individual attention from your instructor. This is a great way to learn how to dive, as you will be able to ask questions and get feedback on your progress.

3. You'll have the opportunity to dive in some of the world's most beautiful locations, including the reefs of Bali.

The SSI Open Water Diver course gives you the chance to explore some of the world’s most amazing underwater locations, including the vibrant reefs of Bali. This course is perfect for those who want to experience the beauty of the underwater world in a safe and controlled environment.

4. The course includes all the equipment you'll need, so you can start diving right away.

The SSI Open Water Diver course includes all the equipment you’ll need to get started diving, so you can start diving right away. The course is also comprehensive, teaching you everything you need to know to be a safe and confident diver.

5. You'll receive a certification from SSI, which is recognized worldwide.

SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) is a certification that is recognized worldwide. This certification is from SSI, which is a highly respected and well-known organization. This certification will allow you to dive anywhere in the world, and will give you the skills and knowledge you need to safely dive.

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SSI Open Water Diver (Bali) Topics

Pressure Underwater
Diving Hand Signals

Scuba diving is an amazing way to explore the underwater world, but it’s important to remember that you are communicating with hand signals. This is a crucial part of scuba diving, and it can help you stay safe underwater.

Diving hand signals are a form of communication used underwater by divers, in order to indicate what they need or want. The most common hand signals are used to indicate things like ‘stop’, ‘go’, ‘ascend’, ‘descend’, and ‘I need help’. There are also signals for more specific things, like ‘I’m running out of air’, ‘I see a shark’, or ‘I need to go to the surface’.

Using The Diving Equipment

The diving equipment is essential for scuba diving, as it allows you to breathe underwater and move more efficiently through the water. The mask is used to cover your nose and mouth, and the dive computer helps you to monitor your depth and time underwater.

The regulator is used to control the flow of air from your tanks, and the diving fins help you to move through the water more easily. The snorkels are used to help you breathe while you are swimming on the surface.

Surface Interval

A surface interval is the time that a scuba diver spends at the surface between dives. This time is important for a number of reasons, including allowing the diver to rest and recover from the previous dive, as well as giving them time to check their equipment and prepare for the next dive.

You will learn a lot more about surface interval during the Open Water Diver theory.

Handling Emergency

If you find yourself in an emergency situation while scuba diving, the first thing you should do is try to stay calm. Remember that you have been trained to deal with this and that panicking will only make the situation worse.

Once you have calmed yourself down, assess the situation and decide what the best course of action is. If you can safely swim to the surface, do so. If you are unable to reach the surface, or if doing so would put you in further danger, stay where you are and signal for help. Remember to stay calm and follow your training, and you will be able to handle the situation.

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