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Booking diving lessons via Airtasker is one of the most convenient ways to learn the sort of diving you want from experts at your convenience. You don’t have to rely on referrals or go through the trouble of driving to a faraway school or pore through dozens of ads. All you have to do is use the Airtasker app, and you can book the lessons without leaving home.
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It would be best if you had the essential equipment like a diving mask, fins and wetsuit. Most diving instructors can supply sophisticated equipment, such as a scuba tank. Rental of this sort of equipment can be part of the lesson fee. Some instructors can lend you a diving mask, wetsuit or another kit, depending on your arrangement. They can arrange to use a nearby pool, or you can offer your own, and remember you can always hire someone to clean up afterwards.
The time it takes depends on the type of diving lesson, the complexity, and the topics’ scope. This can also depend on how close you are to a swimming pool to train and how close you are to a body of water to apply the lessons, as in the case of scuba diving. The time needed to complete these lessons can range from a few days to a week.
Yes! You can hire Taskers to work as instructors if you’re short on staff. Make a post on Airtasker with all the crucial details. Mention your location and the qualifications you want in a Tasker. Taskers befitting your description will reply with a free quote, and you can see their reviews and ratings to choose the right ones. You can discuss schedules and rates after you’ve hired them. Note that check out tutors to provide academic lessons too.
Yes, absolutely! You can find capable Taskers to provide you with these lessons by making a post on Airtasker. Include your age, skill level, schedule and budget, apart from your location. Our platform will match you with qualified Taskers nearest you, and they’ll reply with a free quote. You can also see reviews and ratings on Taskers to help you choose the best one.
You can take diving lessons despite having high blood pressure, but only if it’s not too severe and you have it under control. If your overall health is good and you don’t have any serious condition affecting organs like your heart, kidneys or eyes, you may still take them. The best way to know if you can take up diving is to have a checkup and ask for your doctor’s advice.
Yes, they can take scuba diving lessons. Rules by recognised diving institutions like PADI state that the minimum age requirement for learning recreational diving is ten years old. Students aged 10 to 14 can earn the PADI Junior Open Water Diver Certification, then upgrade to PADI Open Water Diver Certification when they turn 15. Kids under the age of 15 may need permission from their parents or guardian to take lessons, so please check first with your state’s laws.
Diving lessons include all the tasks and activities necessary to make you a capable diver. Whether you need scuba diving lessons, deep-sea diving lessons, high diving lessons or duck and dive swimming lessons for surfing, this service can get you the appropriate instruction from the right experts.
For each of these types of diving, you can learn essential topics that can include the basics of diving safety, the appropriate information about physics and human physiology, how to use your equipment and how to ascend from a deep dive without incident safely. The inclusions, exams, venues and what happens during the lesson depends on each type of lesson:
This course can include some instruction in a classroom or online. Your instructor can teach you basic concepts in decompression theory, human physiology, the ocean environment and other relevant topics. They can also teach you how to do a safety stop and the universal signs for communicating with your dive companions underwater.
You may take a written exam to track your progress and see which areas of knowledge you may need to improve. There can be at least two dives in confined water, such as a swimming pool, then at least three dives in open water, such as in a lake or the ocean.
After learning how to scuba dive, you can take this course to reach depths of 20 metres or more. You can expect more intensive instruction on diving safety, decompression theory, physiology, the ocean environment and other vital topics. As with ordinary scuba diving courses, this course typically concludes with open water dives but at greater depths.
High diving lessons can include the basics of diving from an elevated diving board. You can learn all the safety rules and proven techniques for doing perfect dives - including understanding the proper form, training for fitness, and mastering the different diving styles. The course can also provide lessons from experts to competitive high-divers.
These lessons can include learning the right way to prepare to duck and dive, whether you’re a swimmer or a surfer. Your instructor can teach you the proper form, technique and timing when appropriate, such as when dodging a giant wave. You can have these lessons in a swimming pool with enough depth or in open water.
When appropriate, some instructors can give you a certificate as proof of completing the course. This can apply to recreational scuba diving, and you may receive certification from PADI, SSI or one of many internationally recognised scuba training institutions. Your certificate will depend on which organisation your instructor is a member of.