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FULL FACE MASK TRAINING
The full face mask training is upon the customer demand and will be in private with Eyal with unlimited dives combined with any dive activity with in the company.
Eyal in person will train you how to use your full face mask in the best safe way.
You must be a certified diver with in any dive organization
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PADI AWARE FISH ID TRAINING

FISH ID. COURSE OVERVIEW
This course covers the knowledge and techniques for identifying fish common to the local area. To conduct a AWARE - Fish Identification DiverCourse, include the following:
1. The Project AWARE philosophy about protecting worldwide
Aquatic ecosystems.
2. Fish family groupings and common characteristics of fish species found in the local area.
3. Fish surveying techniques and strategies for collecting valid data.
4. The planning, organization, and procedures for identifying fish families and species while diving.
CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES
The certifying instructor obtains a AWARE - Fish Identification Diver certification by submitting a completed, signed PIC to the appropriate PADI Office. The instructor who conducts the student’s final open water training session is the certifying instructor. The certifying instructor must ensure that all certification requirements have been met.
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver, Junior Open
Water Diver or qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 10
Recommended Minimum Course Duration: 12 hours
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 dives
Student-to-Instructor Ratio: 8:1*
Minimum Instructor Rating: AWARE - Fish Identification Diver
Specialty Instructor
* For dives that include 10-11 year olds, direct supervision is required at a maximum ratio of
4:1. No more than two of the four divers may be age 10 or 11.

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PADI BOAT DIVER TRAINING

This course covers the knowledge and techniques of boat diving. The minimum number of recommended hours is 12, with time being equally divided between knowledge development and actual water-training sessions. To conduct a Boat Diver course, the following is to be included:
1. The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems
and hazards of boat diving.
2. Proper boat diving etiquette -- storage of personal equipment,
personal conduct and considerations for care of the boat.
3. Basic, common boat terminology.
4. Specific boat diving laws and/or ordinances.
5. Local boat diving laws and/or ordinances.
6. Overview of emergency/safety equipment needed on-board
private diving vessels.
When available and convenient, student divers interested in seamanship and small boat handling should be directed to specialized courses offered in this subject area (like those offered by national Coast Guard units, power squadrons, private schools, colleges/universities, etc.). However, basic seamanship and small boat handling skills may be included in the course at the discretion of the instructor.
CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES
The certifying instructor obtains a Boat Diver certification by submitting a completed, signed PIC to the appropriate PADI Office. The instructor who conducts the student’s final open water training session is to be the certifying instructor. The instructor certifying the student must ensure that all certification requirements have been met.
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver, Junior Open
Water Diver or qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 10
Recommended Course Hours: 12
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 dives
Student-to-Instructor Ratio: 8:1*
Minimum Instructor Rating: Boat Diver Specialty Instructor
*For dives that include 10-11 year olds, direct supervision is required at a maximum

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PADI DEEP DIVER TRAINING UP TO 40M

COURSE OVERVIEW DEEP DIVER
This course is designed to be an introduction to deep diving and to help the student diver develop the necessary skills, knowledge and techniques to safely participate in deep diving activities.

This course covers the knowledge, skills and techniques for deeper diving.
To conduct a Deep Diver course, the following is to be included:
1. Planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems
and hazards of deep diving
2. Risk factors and decompression-tables review
3. Safety stops and emergency decompression procedures
4. special equipment, descent lines and buoyancy-control considerations
5. Procedures for flying after diving and high-altitude diving
6. Orientation to recompression chambers
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Adventure Diver (or qualifying
Certification from training
Organization similar to that of a PADI
Advanced Open Water Diver)
Minimum Age: 15
Recommended Course Hours: 24
Minimum Open Water Training: 4 dives on 2 days
Minimum Instructor Rating: Deep Diver Specialty Instructor
Price 850 nis + Padi PIC

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PADI DIGITAL UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER TRAINING

This course is designed to be an introduction to basic underwater photography and to help the student diver develop the skills, knowledge and practical techniques necessary to enjoy this interesting activity.
This course covers basic underwater photography with special emphasis on practical photographic techniques.
To conduct an Underwater Photographer course, the following is to be included:
1. the planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems
and hazards of underwater-photography diving
2. photographic principles, composition, film types, flash/available light photography and camera-handling techniques
3. the preparation, care and maintenance of photographic equipment
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Junior
Open Water Diver or qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 10
Recommended Course Hours: 12
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 dives
Minimum Instructor Rating: Underwater Photographer

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PADI VIDEOGRAPHER TRAINING

This course is designed to introduce student divers to the selection, use and care of underwater videography equipment, and the basic principles of underwater video production.
The course covers the knowledge and skills of underwater videography. The minimum recommended course hours is 12. The PADI Underwater Videographer
Specialty course must include:
1. The selection, maintenance, care and handling of underwater
video equipment.
2. Safe diving practices while using underwater video equipment.
3. Exposure, focus, and maintaining color with video equipment.
4. Shot types, lengths and camera moves
5. Developing a story line and shot sequencing
6. The planning, organization, procedures, techniques and problems of underwater videography.
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver, Junior Open
Water Diver or qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 10
Recommended Minimum Course Duration: 12 hours
Minimum Open Water Training: 3 dives
Minimum Instructor Rating: Underwater Videographer
Specialty Instructor

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PADI DRIFT DIVER TRAINING

This course is designed to be an introduction to drift diving and to help the student diver develop the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary for drift diving.
This course covers the knowledge and techniques of drift diving. The minimum number of recommended hours is 12, with time being equally divided between knowledge development and actual water-training sessions.
To conduct a Drift Diver course, the following is to be included:
1. The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems
and hazards of drift diving.
2. Special equipment -- floats, lines, reels.
3. Proper procedures for buoyancy-control, navigation and communication.
4. Site selection and overview of aquatic currents – causes and
effects.
5. Techniques for staying close to a buddy or together as a
group.
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver, Junior Open
Water Diver or qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 12
Recommended Course Hours: 12
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 dives
Minimum Instructor Rating: Drift Diver Specialty Instructor   

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PADI DRY SUIT DIVER TRAINING

This course is designed to be an introduction to dry suit diving and to help the student diver develop the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary for dry suit diving. This course covers the knowledge and techniques of dry suit diving. The minimum
number of recommended hours is 12 with emphasis placed on the use of dry suits — operation principles, care and diving techniques.
The following is to be included:
1. the planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of dry suit diving.
2. proper procedures for buoyancy control.
3. ascent and descent technique training.
4. routine, user-level, preventative maintenance and performance checks on dry suits.
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Junior
Open Water Diver or qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 10
Recommended Course Hours: 24
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 dives
Minimum Instructor Rating: Dry Suit Diver Specialty Instructor

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PADI EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING
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PADI ENRICHED AIR NITROX DIVER TRAINING

This course is designed to qualify recreational divers to use enriched air (“nitrox”) for no stop recreational diving. The program addresses the use of enriched air with 22 percent to 40 percent oxygen, with emphasis on enriched air with 32 and 36 percent oxygen. This course covers the knowledge, skills and techniques for diving with enriched air. The minimum number of recommended hours is 12, spent on knowledge development and practical operational application, which does not include the
enriched air training dives.
Students must successfully complete the Enriched Air Diver Exam anddemonstrate mastery of all performance objectives during the PracticalApplication Session 1 and 2 and enriched air training dives. To be successful on the exam, the student must either score 100 percent initially, or score 75 pesrcent or higher and have each question missed explaineduntil mastery is achieved.
TEN: Enriched Air Diver Course SPECIALTY DIVER COURSE INSTRUCTOR GUIDE
KEY STANDARDS
Prerequisite Certification: PADI Open Water Diver* or
qualifying certification
Minimum Age: 15
Recommended Course Hours: 12, plus two open water dives
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 Enriched Air Dives.
Minimum Instructor Rating: PADI Enriched Air Instructor
* Open Water Diver course students who have completed Open Water Dives 1, 2 and 3 may complete
Enriched Air Training Dive 1 combined with Open Water Dive 4. Students completing this option must
be certified as PADI Open Water Divers prior to Enriched Air Training

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PADI ICE DIVING TRAINING
   
PADI MULTI-LEVEL & DIVE COMPUTER TRAINING

Course standards:
Plan and execute multilevel dives - the most rewarding and most useful dive profile you can employ. Learn the advantages, techniques, methods of calculating no-decompression time, guidelines and rules of multilevel dives.
Prerequisites:
Certified Open Water Diver
Minimum 12 years old
Course structure:
One theory lesson and two dives Course length:
One and a half days

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PADI NIGHT DIVER TRAINING

Course standards:
As a PADI Night Diver specialist, you will develop the skills and techniques necessary for night diving - like navigation, communication, and orientation to nocturnal aquatic life.
Prerequisites:
Certified Open Water Diver
Minimum 12 years old
Course structure: One-theory lesson and three night dives
Course length: Two days (or nights!)

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PADI PIC PERFORMANCE BUOYANCY TRAINING
This course gives divers tools to use the PADI basic weighting guidelines, polish buoyancy control beyond Open Water Diver level and fine-tune neutral buoyancy underwater. Some say that upon completing this short course, your buoyancy will advance in two dives only.. You will consume less air, impact much less on your environment and have a lot more fun!
A very useful speciality. It can be used to refresh the rusty diver or to insure the photographer's position in the water.
Duration: 1 day (2 dives)
The purpose of the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Speciality Course is to polish a diver's buoyancy control beyond the Open Water Diver level. The goal of PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy training is to enhance the student diver's buoyancy control abilities through knowledge development and practical skills practice.

To conduct the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Speciality Course, include
the following:

  • Peak Performance Buoyancy fundamentals:
    • buoyancy check
    • fine-tuning buoyancy underwater
    • weight position and distribution
    • streamlining
    • visualization
  • Use of PADI's "Basic Weighting Guidelines."
  • An opportunity to polish buoyancy control beyond the Open Water Diver level:
    • positioning and distributing weight for comfort and desired body position (trim in the water)
    • visualization techniques prior to dives
    • buoyancy checks
    • establishing neutral buoyancy during all segments of a dive
    • fine-tuning neutral buoyancy underwater hovering

Prerequisites:
Certified Open Water Diver
Minimum 12 years old
Course structure: One-theory lesson and two dives

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PADI PROPULTION VEHICLE DIVER TRAINING
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PADI SEARCH & RECOVERY TRAINING

Course standards:
As a PADI search and recover diver you will learn different search ways underwater and immerge objects and floating them to the surface with various lifting devices.
Prerequisites:
Certified Open Water Diver
Minimum 12 years old
Course structure: Two theory lessons and four dives
Course length: Two days

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PADI UNDERWATER NAVIGATION

Course standards:
The course will give you the skills while practice the various techniques of navigation underwater, methods of estimating distances underwater, natural navigation and relocation techniques.
Prerequisites:
Certified Open Water Diver
Minimum 12 years old
Course structure: One theory lesson and three dives
Course length: One and a half days


PADI WRECK DIVER TRAINING

Course standards:
Learn how to plan and organize safe penetration of an unfamiliar wreck site using special equipment. Included in the course are segments on dealing with limited visibility, handling and safety procedures as well as international wreck diving laws.
Prerequisites:
Certified Advanced Open Water Diver
Minimum 15 years old
Course structure: Two theory lessons and four dives
Course length: Two days

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SEMI CLOSE REBREATHER DULFHINE.

Course standards:
Learn how to plan and organize safe penetration of an unfamiliar wreck site using special equipment. Included in the course are segments on dealing with limited visibility, handling and safety procedures as well as international wreck diving laws.
Prerequisites:
Certified Advanced Open Water Diver
Minimum 15 years old
Course structure: Two theory lessons and four dives
Course length: Two days

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