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  1. Ronnie Jordan
    February 2, 2018 @ 6:15 pm

    Hi, how long should you have been diving before you go for this certification? Or what is usually what you need to do to get to this point?

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    • Carl
      February 2, 2018 @ 7:46 pm

      Hi Ronnie and thanks for stopping by. The only requirement that you need is your Open Water Certification (your first certification) to take the Advanced Open Water Certification. I would recommend that you get comfortable with diving first by doing a few dives and then going for your Advanced certification. I wish you good luck on your diving journey.

      Carl

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  2. Gail
    February 2, 2018 @ 6:28 pm

    Thanks for this. I used to dive and really loved it. I did my PADI open water certification a very long time ago but would really like to get back into diving. Do you know if there is any time limit and what this is. I think that I would have to start again because I haven’t been diving in a long time, sadly.
    I’m glad you wrote this post as it has motivated me to find out more. Thanks. Gail

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    • Carl
      February 2, 2018 @ 7:49 pm

      Hi Gail and it is great to meet you. I am glad that you found it inspiring to go diving again, that is awesome! There is no time limit on your certification so it is still valid. PADI and SSI both offer a refresher course if your skills are a bit rusty and need some dusting off. So take that course and you will be fine to continue with your training and take the Advanced Open Water Certification. I hope to see you in the water soon.

      Carl

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