Contents iii Introduction

1-1 One: Discover Scuba and Bubblemaker

2-1 Two: Discover Scuba Diving A Appendix

PADI Discover Scuba and Discover Scuba Diving Instructor Guide

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Some people still think that it takes a lot of time and training to scuba dive. Dive Today is a philosophy that addresses this perception by allowing people to begin diving right away. It's a simple approach - you lead with the diving experience. By allowing people to discover the thrill of breathing underwater for themselves, you overcome obstacles and motivate them to continue on to certification.

The Bubblemaker program introduces scuba as an activity that allows kids to experience the underwater world. Under close supervision, participants swim around on scuba in shallow confined water - just playing. Colorful Bubblemaker emblems, decals, towels and toys along with a distinctive recognition certificate, and card make the experience one to remember.

Discover Scuba introduces potential divers, 10 years of age and older, to breathing underwater. With minimal explanation, new divers begin using scuba equipment and experience a shallow dive, in a pool or pool-like conditions, under supervision. For some, just trying diving is enough, but for others, Discover Scuba also allows them to complete Confined Water Dive One (from the Open Water Diver course) as part of the experience. This allows participants to earn credit toward these courses or toward the Discover Scuba Diving Waterskills Development Session.

Guide To Scuba Diving

Guide To Scuba Diving

Many people think that space is our final frontier and that is not entirely true. While it is more difficult to get to outer space, we probably know more about the various planetsand environments in space than wedo about what lies beneath the surface of our oceans.

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