10am - 5pm
10am - 9pm
10am - 5pm
10am - 5pm
09am - 5pm
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MONDAY 1ST APRIL
28TH & 29TH SEPTEMBER
Saturday March 9, 2013
23RD – 30TH MARCH
Sunday May 5, 2013
Thursday May 9, 2013
18TH -20TH OCTOBER
23RD – 30TH NOVEMBER
11TH – 19TH JANUARY 2014
Please note the roads around the lake are still being developed so we don't appear correctly on maps and most Sat Navs dont recognise our postcode yet.
So here are some directions
•From the M20 at Junction 4, take A228 to Rochester. Turn left for Holborough Lakes at the third roundabout. (beside the petrol station and wimpy which are now boarded up). Drive into Holborough Lakes housing estate and turn left at Providence House (the big white building). Follow Amisse Drive turning right at the mini roundabout. The lake is at the far end of Amisse Drive.
•From the M2 at Junction 2, take A228 to West Malling. Turn right for Holborough Lakes at the third roundabout. (beside the petrol station and wimpy which are now boarded up). Drive into Holborough Lakes housing estate and turn left at Providence House (the big white building). Follow Amisse Drive turning right at the mini roundabout. The lake is at the far end of Amisse Drive.
First you'll learn some simple scuba skills and receive a lesson on the techniques and rules for using scuba, and then it's time to take your first breath underwater, the skills learnt are your first steps towards the Padi Open Water course or Referral program... time to start your adventure.
The Padi scuba review includes pool skills and a theory review session and is open to all qualified divers that have gone for a number of months or even years without diving and need to refresh their dive skills.
The Padi open water course. 70% of the earth’s surface is covered by water and 70% of the worlds divers are Padi trained. Time to get the diving licence that is recognised all over the world, the course price includes all course work, full equipment hire, pool and lake entry fees, two pool skills sessions over one weekend and theory review sessions, plus four lake dives over two days the following weekend (lake dives can be arranged mid-weeek on request), certification fees, full instruction and you will receive a logbook, manual, DVD, eRDPml (electronic dive planner) which are yours to keep. Great value at an all-inclusive price! All you need is swimming costume and towel.
Want to learn to dive? But don’t fancy diving in UK or using all your holiday learning aboard. Then a Padi referral open water diver course is for you. The course includes all course work, two pool skills sessions over one weekend and a theory review session as with the open water course but no lake dives. At the end of the course you will receive a referral certificate to take to your holiday resort / dive centre of your choice.
The Padi advanced open water (aow) is five dives from the adventures in diving program including deep and navigation plus three others. Held over two weekends, one at Holborough lakes and another at Vobster Quay.
The Padi adventure diver program allows you to increase your diving skills and interests in a safe environment it consists of three dives from the adventures in diving program including navigation plus two others, held over one weekend at Holborough lakes.
The Padi rescue course is completed over two weekends. Weekend one containing pool session and theory reviews and exam and weekend two completed at Holborough lakes. A prerequisite for all Padi rescue diver courses is (EFR) emergency first response course or equivalent first aid certificate.
With so many wrecks scattered around the British coast line the excitement of diving on a submerged shipwreck has attracted many divers of the years. This course covers avoidance of hazards, detailed wreck mapping, use of lines and reels and safe wreck penetration.
The course involves 4 dives to a maximum depth of 40 metres, providing you with the experience of deeper water diving under professional supervision. You will become familiar with equipment used when deeper diving.
This course is designed to master the skills needed to navigate from A to B and C and back again plus estimate distance and compasses work. It involves 3 dives over one day.
Being cold whilst diving isn’t fun for anybody, but diving in a dry suit enables you to enjoy diving and stay warm all year round.
So how do you go about recovering new piece of kit that you lost on the last dive? With this course you will gain experience in using different search patens to find object both big and small. Plus techniques used for rigging and lifting of different size objects.
This course covers all the theory and planning necessary to complete longer dives using Enriched Air for example a 18 mtr dive on air has a max dive time of 56 mins with 32% Enriched Air the dive time is increased to 125 mins.
The emergency first response course (EFR) is a one day course in first aid and cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The course is intended for both divers and non-divers.
Do you know the difference between adult and child CPR, or how to deal with a choking baby? The Care for Children course content is based on guidelines from the Pediatric Working Group of ILCOR. Covering Primary & Secondary Care for Children and Infants, this course can also be combined with the adult EFR course (ask for prices).
You'll learn what multilevel diving is all about including multilevel dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques, and potential problems. You'll plan a multilevel dive profile and dive it with your PADI Instructor.
Everything you need to get going with today’s modern digital equipment. You will learn the PADI SEA method for getting great shots quickly, along with camera care and the 3 primary principles for good underwater photos.
Learn about night dive planning, equipment and navigation. Plus, see a whole new set of aquatic life that come out at night!
Suitable for divers and non-divers you will learn how to recognise diving related illnesses and how to properly setup and administer emergency oxygen. Recommended for divers, boat crew, non-diving buddies, lifeguards, and shore staff. You don’t need any previous CPR or first aid training to take this course.
This course is suitable for divers and non-divers. Learn about some of the most pressing problems facing vulnerable environments and everyday actions you can take to help conserve them. It’s informative, interesting and most importantly, you learn how to make a difference and help protect aquatic environments.
Neutral buoyancy is the key to conserving your air consumption and leaving minimal impact on the aquatic environment. Learn how to achieve neutral buoyancy with ease. Every diver can learn something from this course.
Learn how to deploy an SMB (Surface Marker Buoy) safely whilst retaining neutral buoyancy and how to swim with a deployed SMB and ascend using one as your reference line. Most UK boat skippers will insist divers use an SMB so make sure you are prepared to use one safely and correctly.
One for the kids! From age 8 you can experience the underwater world from the safe warm environment of a swimming pool. Your instructor will explain the equipment and give you a quick safety briefing before you swim underwater using full scuba equipment. You may get chance to play some underwater games! If you enjoy this experience then you can move on to the PADI SEAL TEAM
Take part in 5 SEAL TEAM AQUAMISSIONS and master the skills required to become a PADI SEAL TEAM MEMBER, then you can progress to complete 10 SPECIALTY MISSIONS and become a PADI MASTER SEAL TEAM MEMBER. Minimum age 8
The purpose of the Self-reliant Diver specialty course is to recognize and accept the role of the buddy system and its contribution to diver safety while identifying and developing self-reliance and independence while diving.
More info to come soon.
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