Yes. You require to be a minimum qualification of AIDA 3 or equivalent. The pool is very easy to pass, the open water it is recommended that you are diving regularly.
We have put together some useful exercises and a reading pack for you to help you during the course. It is not compulsory to do this, however highly recommended.
You can get fit doing the sport! General health is important for safety, you will get a medical form to fill in, it is a self-declaration form. If you have any significant medical problems (heart/lungs, diabetes, asthma for example) [...]
From the time I complete the pool and theory, and do the open water, how long do I have to complete the qualification?
12 months unless you visit us in-between that time and do some refresher training, then it can last another 12 months from that date. It is also possible to be signed off at the Pool Freediver level you are [...]
18 years to become an AIDA Freediver, if you have parental permission and you are joining with a parent, the age is 16 years of age.
We have a cross over chart so that we can enrol you onto the appropriate course. Also those agencies that are not recognised, we can find fair ways of enrolling you onto the appropriate course and getting value from [...]
Yes – all equipment is provided, the school carries full kit, enough to kit several groups at once, so sizing is rarely an issue.
Course fees include pool fees and equipment. For AIDA courses the certification costs are due at the end of the course you wish to be signed off for, normally 20 Euros per certification. The PADI courses include the first [...]