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Aquatic Adventures begin with the Open Water Course and grow your passion by becoming a PADI Professional.

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Please Review the Questions on the Medical Statement Linked below.  Any question that you will answer "YES" to will require a Doctors Approval.  Honesty in your answers helps us protect you during training.  We cannot offer medical advice.  Medical Statement.

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Call about our Companion Course for Certified Divers.

You are committed to being a safe diver and now you can become the diver that people turn to when they need help. A PADI rescue diver not only recognizes a potential problem but responds to it quickly and efficiently. Your training will go one step further and teach you to prevent the problem from happening in the first place. Your personal dive skills will be elevated to a new level and your diving will be changed forever. 



Get Started Now With:  Online Academics $184

Rescue Classroom, Pool & Open Water Session: $250

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Required Release Forms

Release forms for the PADI Rescue Diver Course

Stop - Attention Required!You will be required to complete a Continuing Education Release Form with a medical statement before any inwater training. This information is confidential and, because it identifies medical conditions that may be affected by diving, it is vital that you complete it accurately. If any of the conditions apply to you, you will need to consult with a physician and receive written clearance before any inwater training. If you require a physician's approval for diving, you will need to print the medical statement (6 pages) complete it and take it to your physician for approval. Then bring all (6 pages) back to the dive center.