PADI Diving courses
If you are completing a PADI dive course with Flying Fish then there here is some useful information about the Diving
PADI Medical exam for recreational diving
You will need to complete the PADI self-assessment before you start your course. If you answer yes to any of questions then reveals the need you will need to take your PADI medical statement to a doctor and obtain a certificate of fitness to dive.
PADI Divemaster course
At a professional level, when preparing for a PADI Divemaster or Instructor course, all candidates must be examined and provide a medical certificate. The statement must have been completed within the last 12 months
Download the PADI medical statement and self-assessment questionnaire here.
We recommend that you purchase your own mast, fins and snorkel as you will be diving most days. If you are unsure what to buy then it is a good idea to wait until you arrive at the dive centre in Greece. Here you will be able to try out all the latest dive equipment to see what fit’s best. We have a trade discount with most suppliers which is much cheaper than the retail price
PADI require that all Divemasters become PADI members, this is an annual €110 (as of 2018) to paid directly to PADI before qualification can be awarded
You will be working through the PADI Divemaster crew pack, which includes all the information, manuals, logbooks, exercises and documentation relating to the Divemaster course. This can be purchased online and will cost around £200 as a one off cost