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Beginning Scuba: Let us get you diving…

For those interested in becoming certified divers, Aquatic Adventures offers beginning scuba lessons to meet every schedule. Check out our beginner classes below, or see Frequently Asked Questions About Getting Scuba Certified to learn more about how you can become a PADI certified diver.

To learn how to become a certified diver, we encourage you to visit our webpage So How Do I Become a Certified Scuba Diver? This is a great place to learn the various options you have in doing your beginning scuba training.

Beginner Courses

PADI Open Water Diver and Junior Open Water Diver

Get certified by taking the PADI Open Water Diver course! This course introduces you to scuba through classroom, pool, and lake or ocean training. During these scuba lessons, you will learn how to assemble, operate and break down your scuba kit. You will also learn basic scuba skills such as mask and regulator clearing, emergency air management, and dive planning.

When you complete this course, you will receive the PADI Open Water Diver certification. This certification level allows you to participate in many supervised and unsupervised dive activities. You will probably want to take additional training later, but the PADI Open Water Diver certification will send you on your way to many exciting underwater adventures!

Course Dates: Visit Aquatic Adventures Online or email our Training Department for additional dates.
Prerequisites: 10 years of age, swimming proficiency (200 yard swim, 10 minute tread)
Location: Aquatic Adventures, UWM Klotsche Center, (or other local pool), Pearl Lake (or other local lake) or Travel destination.
Get prepared for class: PADI Open Water Diver Checklist

Need more information? Follow Jesse as she becomes a PADI Open Water Diver at Aquatic Adventures by watching the informational videos on our Jesse Gets Certified page.
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PADI Scuba Diver

Want to go diving on your next trip, but you just don’t have time for the full Open Water Diver course? The PADI Scuba Diver certification just may be your answer. With just a couple of hours in the classroom and pool and one day out at the lake, you can earn the Scuba Diver rating. Generally, this course takes no more than three days to complete. Successful completion of this course allows you to dive with a PADI dive professional to depths of 40 feet.

Course Dates: Visit Aquatic Adventures Online for dates associated with our full certification course. Then email our Training Department or call us at (262) 938-6827 so we can set up a customized schedule and pricing for you.
Prerequisites: 10 years of age, swimming proficiency (200 yard swim, 10 minute tread)
Location: Aquatic AdventuresUWM Klotsche Center, (or other local pool), Pearl Lake (or other local lake) or Travel destination.
Get prepared for class: PADI Open Water Diver Checklist

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