Join the Jack’s Diving Locker knowledgeable staff in Kona, Hawaii for the PADI Equipment Specialty. The goals of this specialty are to develop the student’s practical knowledge of theory, principles, and operation of diving equipment as well as enable the student to perform routine maintenance procedures. In addition, the instructor will provide simple suggestions for comfortable equipment configurations along with an introduction to new equipment. Please note, this is not an equipment repair course and will not cover overhauling equipment.
This course is a perfect complement to certifications such as Advanced Open Water or Rescue Diver, especially when divers are ready to invest in their own dive gear or ready to do some dive travel. This Specialty course also counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating, the highest rating in recreational diving.
– $125 plus tax and materials (minimum of two)
– $250 plus tax for one student or private class
– PADI Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving $54 (after student discount) or PADI Equipment Touch $52.00
– Open Water Diver or Scuba Diver Certification
– Minimum age – 10yrs old
– Please call Jack’s Diving Locker directly to make your reservation at 1-800-345-4807 or 808-329-7585.
– Please fill out the Continuing Education Administrative Document
– Medical Statement – If there is a YES on your Medical Statement, you will need to get a doctor’s approval before starting course. Call for assistance.
– Please cancel or change reservations 24 hours or more in advance. Cancellations made inside 24 hours will result in full charge. 48 hour cancellation policy during winter break.
– Scheduled by request
– Approximately 6 hours
– Print and fill out registration document
– Read Chapter 3 – PADI Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving
CLASS SESSION (9am – 3pm):
– Knowledge Development
– Practical Workshop Activities
– Certifications issued upon successful completion of course
– 10% off regular priced merchandise
– $5 off of dives or dive packages
PADI MASTER SCUBA DIVER:
The PADI Equipment Specialty certification may count toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver, the highest rating in recreational scuba diving. To achieve this rating, divers must have certifications in Open Water, Advanced, Rescue and 5 Specialties along with a minimum of 50 logged dives. Divers receiving this rating at Jack’s Diving Locker will have their names engraved on a plaque in our shop honoring this achievement.