The PADI Open Water scuba Diver course leads to two possible certifications: PADI Scuba Diver and PADI Open Water scuba Diver.
Open Water scuba Diver certification is a full entry level certification you earn by success-fully completing the entire Open Water scuba Diver course. The PADI Open Water scuba Diver certification qualifies you to: Bali scuba Dive independently while applying the knowledge and skills you learn in this course, within the limits of your train-ing and experience.

Procure air fills, scuba equipment and other servicesPlan, conduct and log open water no stop (no decompression) Bali scuba dives when equipped properly and accompanied by a buddy in conditions with which you have training and/or experience.Continue your scuba diver training with a spe-cialty Bali scuba dive in the PADI Adventures in Bali scuba Diving program, and/or in PADI Specialty courses.
 


You earn the PADI Scuba Diver certifica-tion by completing only a portion of the Open Water scuba Diver course. The Scuba Diver certification is a pre-entry level certification and qualifies you to: Bali scuba Dive under the inwater supervision of a PADI Bali scuba Divemaster (or someone with a higher level professional rating) while applying the knowledge and skills you learn in this course, within the limits of your training and experience.

Procure air fills, scuba equipment and other services for use while Bali scuba diving supervised.Plan under supervision, conduct and log open water no stop (no decompression) Bali scuba dives when equipped properly and accompanied in water by a certified Bali scuba divemaster, assistant instructor or instructor in conditions with which you have training and/or experience.Continue your scuba diver training to complete the PADI Open Water scuba Diver certification and some select spe-cialty courses.