Who should take this course?
Been awhile since your last scuba dive? It happens. But, what do you do in a current? What's the signal for "turn the dive"? What are the steps to a predive safety check? What is a predive safety check?
Not sure? No worries. Whether you’ve been dry for a while and need to refresh scuba principles and skills, or you've been diving a lot but want to review the basics, PADI ReActivate is for you.
Getting Started is as easy as 1-2-3!
Watch action-based scenarios.Download the program to watch realistic dive scenarios. Then, see if you remember how to best handle each situation. ReActivate monitors your responses and moves on when you're spot on, or delivers more detailed information if you weren't quite right.
Dive back into the water with a PADI Professional to review your inwater scuba skills (optional). We provide all gear with exception of your personal gear (mask, snorkel, fins, and fin booties). You just show up with your personal gear and have fun! Our instructor will go over some key skills with you and then you will have the rest of the time to work on any skills you want to work on. The average session takes about two hours.
Get an updated certification card. Complete both the ReActivate program and the inwater skills with a PADI Professional and receive a certificate of completion plus a PADI replacement certification card.
How can you start learning now?
Contact us to get signed up for your Re-actiave course and we will email you a code to get started with the Re-Activate touch right away!
Have your certification through another agency other than PADI? No worries! We can still complete a refresher course for you. You will be issued an online code through PADI for the academic portion and then you will attend a pool session to work on the skills. At the end, you will be issued a "re-activated" card from PADI showing you completed a refresher with us.
We run the PADI "Re-activate" course during the first pool session in any of our Open Water Courses.
The course will take about 2 hours and we provide all gear with exception of personal gear (mask, snorkel, fins, and fin boots). Students get a 10% discount on that gear if you need to purchase.
Course fee is $125 per person.
If you choose to take the in-water portion at the quarry versus the pool, the student is responsible for travel to and from the quarry as well as quarry entry fees.