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Katerina
posted : November 17, 2005 Post subject: Diving License
I am a new kid on a block, just about to take a license. Can anybody tell me which license to take to have freedom to dive in different places?
Many thanks!
K.

 
dagon
posted : November 17, 2005 Post subject: Diving License
hi lat what licence r u on about?

 
amo102
posted : November 21, 2005 Post subject: Diving License
Hi Katerina,

There are a number of different organisations who teach and certify diving - try either PADI or BSAC in the UK. If outside of the UK go for PADI or a CMAS accredited course.

There is info on places that can teach you to dive on the learn to dive tab at the top of this web page.

Hope this helps (& good luck)

Andrew

 
dagon
posted : December 3, 2005 Post subject: Diving License
hi kat how r ya?

 
dagon
posted : June 15, 2006 Post subject: Diving License
hi hows u?remember me?its naz the diving doc from london.How have u been?

 
dagon
posted : October 20, 2006 Post subject: Diving License
hi there how r u?hows the diving going?dry site,isn't it?like noone replies to messages!

 
schneider_128
posted : October 27, 2006 Post subject: Diving License
Check out http://www.divedivedive.co.uk

 
ph
posted : November 18, 2006 Post subject: Diving License
andrew is correct but there is no licence as such .they all provide leavels of competence & certification. bsac is a club is slow but very cheap & a social life.padi will be quicker but is far more expensive. but if you wont to go on hols & see the pritty fish go with padi

 
Paul
posted : November 18, 2006 Post subject: Diving License
Hi Im sic of people saying Bsac is slow, they train you at your own pace to a higher level, if you go to a bsac school they can have you in the water just as quik as any other

 
wilko2812
posted : November 21, 2006 Post subject: Diving License
I would reccomend;
First qualify to BSAC openwater (as imho BSAC gives you a more in-depth training),
Then qualify as PADI advanced open water.
However if you get in with a good BSAC club you may want to stay on with BSAC

 
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