What will I learn?
Since you’ll be qualified to dive to 30 metres after this course, one of the dives you’ll make is a deep dive. You spend another dive building on the navigation skills you learned in Open Water and learning about techniques to find you way simply using the natural environment around you. You’ll spend one dive focusing exclusively on fine-tuning your buoyancy – a crucial skill to master but one of the biggest challenges facing many new divers.
Finally you’ll pick two dives which interest you: Common choices include Drift Diving, Nitrox diving, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Fish ID and Boat diving.
There is a large selection of dives you can choose from – if you don’t know what you’d like to do then discussing your options with your instructor will help you to see what will be the most interesting and/or beneficial for you.