PADI Multi Level Diver Speciality Course, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
The PADI Multi Level Diver Speciality Course, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, with Borneo Dream, teaches divers how to plan and dive a multi-level dive safely. With multi-level diving, especially when using a dive computer, divers will quickly realise they can dive for longer when compared to planning your dives with the PADI Recreational Dive Planner. The PADI Multi Lever Diver Speciality Course will familiarize divers with the theory, skills, knowledge, planning, organisation, procedures, hazards, benefits and enjoyment of multilevel diving with ‘The Wheel’ and/or with modern dive computers.
The goals of the PADI Multilevel Diver course are:-
- To develop the student’s knowledge of the theories behind dive tables, dive computers and multilevel diving.
- To enable the student to plan, organize and make safe multilevel no decompression dives with ‘The Wheel’ and/or modern dive computers.
- To ensure the student knows the most state-of-the-art recommendations for flying after diving, omitted decompression and the S.A.F.E. Diver program.
For the PADI Multilevel Diver Speciality course, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah you must be a certified PADI Open Water Diver or have a recognised qualifying certification from another training organization. If any training will be conducted deeper than 18 metres/60 feet, the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or a qualifying certification from another training organization is recommended, with the PADI Deep Diver rating highly recommended for any training deeper than 30 metres/100 feet.
Some things are just not level. PADI Multi Level Diver Speciality Course, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
The PADI Multilevel Diver Speciality course is a one (1) day course and includes two (2) ocean dives. Your course dives will be in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park located near Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
If you want to learn to plan multi-level dives > 18 metres, then it is recommended you are a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver before completing this course. You can also add this course after completing a PADI Deep Diver Course when multi-level diving really makes an impact on the length of your dive.
PADI Course Itinerary – Peak Multi-Level Diver Course
You will meet our Dive crew at 8:45 am at Jesselton Point Jetty in central Kota Kinabalu. Please refer to your Booking Email for your meeting location arrangements. Please beware our boats will depart on time, and should you miss your collection, you will need to contact our office at +60178118149 immediately.
Today you will complete the two-course dives in our local marine park, with lunch on a tropical island. There will be a one-course dive in the morning and one-course dive after lunch. You will be dropped back at Jesselton Point Jetty in central Kota Kinabalu around 4 pm.
PADI Course Pre-Requisites
The minimum age for the PADI Multi Level Diver Speciality course is 12 years with a certification of at least PADI Open Water Diver or higher.
Be in good health to go scuba diving. If you are on any medication, you should consult your doctor before signing up.
- PADI Certification (upon successfully completing the course)
- Two open water course dives
- Free use of our rental dive gear (mask, snorkel, full foot fins, BCD, 3mm shorty tropical wetsuit, regulator and gauges)
- Lunch (choose from a choice of local dishes)
- Small groups with a low Instructor to Student ratio, often lower than 1:4
- Free flow water on our boats
- Instruction in English, Malay or Chinese
- Boat transfers from Jesselton Point Jetty in central Kota Kinabalu (and Jesselton Point jetty fee)
- Sabah Parks diving conservation fees.
- Jesselton Point Jetty Fees.
What’s not included?
- Collection from your hotel
- Anything not explicitly mentioned.
What do I need to bring during my PADI Course?
- Swimwear – Please be ready to get wet straight away 🙂
- Suntan lotion
- Any personal items
- Money, in case you want ice cream…
- A smile
Notes – PADI Multi-Level Diver Speciality Course in Kota Kinabalu
PADI Liability Forms and a PADI Medical Form must be signed by the participant before the PADI Course starts. You need to have a minimum of 18 hours free after diving before flying on a plane, or changing altitude > 300 metres, in line with PADI safety standards.
Any participant under 18 years is supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.