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Padi Bubble Maker Course For Children.

By L Hartles Lee

Diving can be great for all ages, adults bring their children to join the experience of diving, children over eight can participate in a PADI Bubble Maker, which is specially designed for children to learn to dive safely and easily. They do not even have to be very good swimmers, as long as they are able to swim and feel comfortable in the water then they can participate, children will not dive into water deeper than two meters.

The PADI Bubble Maker program varies depending on dive centre, some courses range from 1 hour to a full day introduction to scuba diving. Children attending a Bubble maker course will experience scuba diving in a fun and safe way with great experienced dive instructors. They will be taught the basics of scuba diving and snorkelling equipment and also be given an introduction to the environment and to what marine life they will encounter.

Children also learn about safety in scuba diving throughout the course, which will be under the strict supervision of qualified dive instructors. Children learn all about diving within the limits of shallow water, where they can test their equipment and learn to master the art of breathing underwater with their child friendly sized equipment. The dive instructors are there to make learning fun and easy as possible for children to ensure children a wonderful experience for diving for the first time.

To start off children attending the course will have a short training session just to give a brief idea of what to expect and do while learning to scuba dive. The course will involve many activities and fun things to ensure everyone has a fun learning experience, parents can even join in or watch.

Children learn many skills, for example, learn to breathe underwater, learn how you can swim with fins, learn exciting underwater tricks, and at the end of the course each child will receive a certificate of recognition important to make the experience unforgettable.

As I said before diving centers vary in how they run programs, PADI course prices will generally include fees for driving instructor and rental equipment for diving. Some centers offer diving courses during the day, with meals and transportation included, so you should have a look around the various dive centers, and think about what you and your children want to do.

If you are looking for a PADI Bubble Maker Course why not attend one in Pattaya Thailand, where your children can enjoy a full day of Scuba Diving in Thailand experience!

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