January 2, 2018

Scuba Diving

If you want to try something new and completely different, then Scuba diving should be your best choice.

To become a scuba diver, start with the PADI Open Water Diver course, the world’s most popular scuba diving certification.

You can also read a complete guide How To Get Scuba Certified to understand better what is scuba diving.

Course Details

Becoming a scuba diver is a wonderful adventure! The total duration of the course is around 7 days, depending on individual progress.

Scuba certification includes three phases:


1. Knowledge Development

During the first phase of your scuba lessons, you’ll learn the basic principles of scuba diving such as

  • What to consider when planning dives.
  • How to choose the right scuba gear for you.
  • Underwater signals and other diving procedures.

You’ll learn this valuable information by reading the PADI Open Water Diver Manual your instructor will provide. At the end of each chapter, you’ll answer questions about the material to ensure you understand it. Along the way, let your PADI Instructor know if there is anything you don’t understand. At the end of the course, you’ll take a final exam that ensures you have thorough knowledge of scuba diving basics.

You’ll also watch videos that preview the scuba skills you’ll practice in a swimming pool. In addition to the video, your instructor will demonstrate each skill for you.


2. Confined Water Dives

This is what it’s all about – diving. You’ll develop basic scuba skills in a pool or pool likes confined water. The basic scuba skills you learn during your certification course will help you become familiar with your scuba gear and become an underwater explorer. Some of the essential skills you learn include:

  • Setting up your scuba gear.
  • Entering and exiting the water.
  • Buoyancy control.
  • Basic underwater navigation.
  • Safety procedures.

You’ll practice these skills with an instructor until you’re comfortable. When you’re ready, it’s time for your underwater adventure to begin at an open water dive site.


3. Open Water Dives

After your confined water dives, you’ll head to “open water” in Sevan, where you will make four dives. On these dives you’ll get to explore the underwater world.

When you complete these steps you will receive your PADI Open Water Diver license which will allow you to dive anywhere around the world.

Certifications we provide

  • Bubblemaker
  • Junior Scuba Diver
  • Junior Open Water Diver
  • Junior Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Scuba Diver
  • Open Water Diver
  • Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Emergency First Response
  • Rescue Diver
  • Divemaster
  • Master Scuba Diver confirmation

Specialties we provide

  • Care for Children
  • AWARE Coral Reef Conservation
  • Project Aware
  • Peak Performance Buoyancy
  • Enriched Air
  • Diver Propulsion Vehicle
  • Deep
  • Boat
  • Altitude
  • Dry Suit

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Why should you do your course with ArmDiving?

Deciding on where to do your PADI course is extremely important as you need to make sure that you get the best value for your money and that those teaching you have is right experience. Our aim is beyond making you pass the course; it is to make you a great diver.


Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about why you need certification and other important questions.