Do you often get out of the water and hear everyone talking about the amazing marine life they all saw, and wonder why you didn’t see anything that they mentioned?
This course will open your eyes to the underwater world and you will develop a thirst for more knowledge as a result of participating. No longer will you be content to just swim over the bottom – every rock, every weed, every pylon will stop you in your tracks for a closer examination!
The PADI Underwater Naturalist course is designed to create an awareness and sense of responsibility and respect for the aquatic environment. It is an introductory course to aquatic organisms and their environment. We also look at the impact of man on the underwater realm, the mythology and the relationships between aquatic animals and human interaction.
Tuesday evening – 6pm-9pm theory review
Saturday – 2 open water dives
Tuesday – 6pm-9pm critter debrief and review.
PADI Open Water Diver certification (or equivalent rating with another training agency).
Includes: PADI Naturalist Manual, 2 evenings of knowledge development sessions, 2 open water dives, use of tanks & weights and PADI Certification upon successful completion.
Complete SCUBA unit including alternate air source SPG, computer & compass
Exposure suit – drysuit or wetsuit
Mask, snorkel, boots & fins
Slate with pencil
1 passport style photograph
Suggested but not mandatory – magnifying glass, plastic bags, small screw top clear containers, waterproof identification charts.
Want to start?
Contact Ocean Divers at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9579 2600
A $150.00 deposit is required.
You will receive your PADI Naturalist manual, you required to complete the independent study, and fill out the knowledge reviews prior to the first session of the course.
Terms & Conditions
This course is subject to Ocean Divers’ normal Terms & Conditions. By enrolling in this course, you agree to accept all terms and conditions.
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