PADI eLearner

PADI eLearning and Today’s Dive Training

Today there is a revolution going on in dive training. Instead of spending hours in a classroom, our students now learn the fundaments of scuba through PADI eLearning programs. With eLearning readings and videos are integrated, and quizzes and exams are issued and graded at the time and place our students choose. These online training programs are not intended to replace our scuba instructors, but rather they are designed to free our staff to concentrate on skill development and mastery and building relationships.

At Aquatic Adventures, we believe that our eLearning classes greatly enhance the learning experience for our students. That’s why we recently added several new eLearning-based classes. Rather than putting students through exhausting weekends of exams, pool and open water training, our students now complete their academic training before they come to class. That allows them to enjoy shorter days while concentrating on developing the scuba skills they will need as certified divers.

Aquatic Adventures has seven scuba courses where we include PADI eLearning. These programs can be downloaded to the student’s iOS or Android device where they can be reviewed with or without an internet connection. PADI eLearning is included with:

We encourage all of our customers to enroll in one of these courses to see how eLearning is transforming dive training. We believe you will be impressed with both the convenience and effectiveness of these state-of-the-art courses. Sign up today and see how eLearning can make you a better diver!

For more information on how PADI eLearning works at Aquatic Adventures, see our PADI eLearning page.

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About the Author Jerry Otte

Jerry Otte is the UW-Milwaukee Scuba Coordinator for Aquatic Adventures, Inc. Jerry has run the scuba program with the University since 1997 and has written the curriculum for several of the college credit scuba courses taught at the University. Jerry has certified more than 2000 divers and has been on more than 2500 dives. He is currently certified as a PADI Master Instructor, a rating he earned in 2001. He also holds Instructor ratings in deep technical diving and more than 20 specialties.