Take our PADI Shark Conservation Diver course
During our PADI Shark Conservation Diver course, you will gain knowledge of sharks. You will also develop expertise interacting with them.
You will learn the proper procedures and diving skills to safely scuba dive with sharks.
You will understand the sharks' unique physical attributes, what makes them vulnerable, how important they are to the marine ecosystem, and more.
As a shark conservationist, you can also become part of Project AWARE's global movement.
You might not know now, but you will learn that sharks are a vital component of our oceans' ecosystems.
Where can you take our PADI Shark Conservation class?
You can take our PADI Shark Conservation course at any of our dive shops in Mactan, Cebu, Panglao, Bohol, and Boracay.
You can walk in, or call us from your smartphone by tapping the phone icon at the bottom of this page.
You can also contact us by email via the form below. Be sure to give us an estimated date when you want to start this course.
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Why should you take our PADI Shark Conservation course?
Despite their Hollywood reputation, sharks are vital to marine life.
Overfishing, pollution, entanglement in nets, and more have led to a global decline in shark populations. The number of sharks in the world has fallen by more than 80% in many cases. Some shark species are at immediate risk in some parts of the globe.
This course will inform you about the importance of sharks to marine ecosystems. We will educate you about the causes of declining shark populations and why sharks are so important.
You will learn how to recognize many species of sharks. You will also understand their behaviors and where to find them.
During our PADI Shark Conservation Diver course, you will learn:
During our PADI Shark Conservation Diver course, you will learn the steps you can take to help preserve sharks.
You will learn why sharks are so important for marine ecosystems, how to recognize many species of sharks, how to identify different behaviors, and:
- the value of sharks in the oceans
- how sharks contribute to marine life
- the ins and outs of what is causing the rapid decline
- courses of action to conserve shark populations
- an introduction to sharks that you might see on training dives
And much more about the project.
When can you start taking our PADI Shark Conservation Diver course?
Right now, if you wish!
You can contact us online by filling out the form below. Or, you can call us from your smartphone by tapping the phone icon at the bottom of this page. Also, you can walk into any of our dive shops or dive centers.
We recommend that you download, print, and complete the medical statement. This will accelerate your enrollment at our dive shop.
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The scuba diving gear in our PADI Shark Conservation Diver course includes:
Standard scuba diving gear, mask and snorkel, wetsuit/exposure suit, BCD (buoyancy compensator device), fins, and booties are all included.
Our instructor may suggest more options regarding the equipment needed for this course.
Your course includes more than just the scuba gear and specialized gear, however. It also includes a towel, freash drinking water, use of a shower, and more.
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