PADI eLearning

PADI eLearner

Are you pressed for time? Do you learn best in an online format? Then PADI eLearning may be the right option for you to become a certified diver or take your next scuba course. PADI eLearning provides a convenient way for students with limited time to complete their classroom training.

What is eLearning?

PADI eLearning is a premium training option available at Aquatic Adventures for students with limited time who prefer to do a portion of their classroom training online rather than in a traditional classroom. Student register through eLearning on the PADI eLearning website. PADI eLearning, you should note, only covers the classroom portion of scuba training. You will still need to register for pool training and/or open water training when selecting this option. Dive center fees in addition to PADI eLearning fees may apply, so feel free to contact us at if you have any questions.

How to register

Regardless of which eLearning course you wish to take, registration follows these steps.

PADI eLearning for beginner certification

By far our most popular PADI eLearning course is the Open Water Diver course. This eLearning program allows you to complete your classroom training for the beginner certification online. Students register for eLearning on the PADI eLearning website. When accessing the PADI website, ensure that Aquatic Adventures Inc./19742 appears at the bottom left of your screen. Doing so assures that certain additional charges for materials will be waived by Aquatic Adventures. If you do not see Aquatic Adventures Inc./19742 type the following URL into your browser: https://www.padi.Com/elearning-scuba-registration/default.aspx?irra=19742.

Options for beginner certificationPADI eLearning on the beach

There are currently two options for completing basic certification online:

1. Standard eLearning

Standard eLearning is performed on a laptop or PC connected to the Internet. The student is able to view course videos and complete quizzes and exams. To register for this option, click Purchase an eLearning Course from the PADI eLearning Home Page. Then select Open Water Diver – English from the dropdown menu.

2. Touch Course

The PADI eLearning Touch Course is currently available for Apple iPad users. PADI intends to release the course to Android tablet users in the near future. The Touch Course is downloadable to your tablet, is highly interactive, and proivdes maximum flexibility and mobility. Since the course videos and other material resides on your tablet, this option does not require an internet connection for you to complete most portions of the course. This is ideal for students on the go who may wish to complete eLearning while on a plane, at the beach, or anywhere an Internet connection is not available.

To register for the Touch Course, click Purchase a Touch Course from the PADI eLearning Home Page. Then select Open Water Diver English – Touch from the dropdown menu.

Registering for class with Aquatic Adventures

Once you have registered for PADI eLearning, our eLearning instructor will contact you and invite you to register for pool training and/or open water training with Aquatic Adventures. You can register online at Aquatic Adventures Online, you can call us at (262) 938-6827, or you can stop in at Aquatic Adventures. We encourge you to make a visit to our store to get fitted for the equipment you will need for the course. If you have any questions, you can also email us at

Other PADI eLearning courses

In addition to the basic Open Water Diver course, the following PADI courses are available through eLearning:

Advanced Open Water Diver
Scuba Tune-up
Dive Theory
Digital Underwater Photographer
Enriched Air Diver
Rescue Diver
Instructor Development Course

Like the beginner class, additional dive center fees may apply when taking these eLearning courses.

What all PADI eLearning students should know

Students who select the eLearning option for any PADI course should understand that there are two fees involved in most eLearning training: PADI eLearning fees and Aquatic Adventures fees. Pool training and/or open water training required for the desired certification level must still be completed in addition to the eLearning material. PADI eLearning is only a substitute for a portion of the required classroom training.

Finally, eLearning students should also understand that diving is a group activity and interaction with other students and the instructor is a valuable part of scuba training. PADI eLearning students should be prepared to assume a greater responsibility for building relationships during other portions of their training, as personal interaction in eLearning is more limited than in our traditional courses.

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