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PADI Diving Course Forms

PADI Medical Statment

A completed PADI Medical statement is required at the start of every training course, or once a year in respect of activities or organised dives.
If you have a condition requiring certification from your GP Specialist you can use the same signed form, providing there has been no change in your condition since it was originally signed by the doctor.
Remember please answer all the questions honestly, this isn't about diving its about your and our safety.

Adventures in Diving & Specialty course Liability release.

This form should be used if you are taking Advanced Open Water or any of the speciality courses and is designed to be valid for a period of one year for continuing education & courses conducted at the same dive centre or resort.

Youth Diving programs

Teaching children comes with extra responsibility not only for us but also for the parent / guardian. PADI have produced a presentation to explain this in simple terms, your instructor will still undertake the presentation when you meet face to face. Following the presentation the responsible adult will be asked to sign the youth diving statement in conformation that the presentation has been given and understood.


In the event of an emergency we need your consent at provide "First Aid" to your child. This will only be undertake by suitably qualified staff, however this is required even for something as simple as a plaster.

Equipment rental agreement

This form should be used if are renting equipment from us. Student divers must also complete appropriate forms required for training (release/statement of risks, medical form, safe dive practices statement).

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Covid-19 Information (July 2021).

Keeping you safe...

Our first consideration as always is your safety, in an effort to ensure this all our training will be undertaken in line with the industry best standards.

  • Out training group sizes will be strictly limited to 4 students and two PADI professionals.
  • All equipment will be washed, sterilised between uses and stored in a well ventilated area for at least 36hrs before re-use.
  • If you are undertaking a course that takes more than one session your equipment will be issued to you at the start of the course and you will be asked to keep it and care for it between sessions, thus eliminating any chance of cross infection.
  • Unfortunately numbers in our pool facility and at dive sites are strictly limited at this time to allow for social distancing therefore may not be possible to allow spectators.
  • All students will be expected to observe social distancing, unless from the same cohort.
  • All students will be expected to use face coverings when not in the water.
  • At the moment the changing rooms at our pool facility and open water site are not open, so you will need to change waterside.
  • Divers are asked NOT to clear masks by spitting, anti fog will be supplied free of charge at out sanitising station.
  • All entry level courses booked after the 18th of April include a brand new diving mask and where required snorkel for you to keep again ensuring you are the only person using your equipment.