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Scuba Diving ‘How To’ Video Series

The PADI System of diver education is the most instructionally solid system in scuba diving. All the programs and skills are designed to make learning enjoyable and worthwhile. Learning and continuing to scuba dive is one of the most rewarding experiences of your life.

How to Series

How To | Get Scuba Certified.

Introducing you to the PADI Open Water Diver course which is the world’s most popular scuba certification and we’re going to tell you everything you need to know to get started.

Step by Step | How to Get Scuba Certified:
Step 1: Signup online or Contact Scuba Evolution.
Step 2: Receive your Online / printed material.
Step 3: Watch the training DVD’s and complete your knowledge development sections.
Step 4: Complete 5 training pool dives.
Step 5: Complete 4 training open water dives.
Step 6: Celebrate your new certification.

How To | Mask Clear.

Introducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills so you feel the most comfortable in the water.

Step by Step | How to Mask Clear:
Step 1: Fill mask slowly (close eyes if wearing contacts).
Step 2: Create seal on top of mask (with index fingers).
Step 3: Exhale from nose while looking up.
Step 4: If water remains, exhale again (check seal for trapped hair).
Step 5: You did it!

How To | Equalize.

Introducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills so you feel the most comfortable in the water.

Step by Step | How to Equalize
Step 1: Pinch your nose (as you descend).
Step 2: Blow against fingers (gently).
Step 3: Should feel pressure ease.
Step 4: Equalize early and often (never force it).
*If unable to equalize do not descend.

How To | Alternate Air Source.

Introducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills so you feel the most comfortable in the water.

Step by Step | How to Alternate Air Source:
Step 1: Signal out of air
Step 2: Buddy donates alternate air source
Step 3: Accept alternate air source
Step 4: Purge regulator
Step 5: Roman handshake
Step 6: Signal okay
Step 7: Signal to surface
Step 8: Ascend

How To | Gear Assembly.

Introducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills so you feel the most comfortable in the water.

Step by Step | How to Gear Assembly:
Step 1: Inspect dates (visual and hydrostatic tests)
Step 2: Inspect o-ring (for damage)
Step 3: Place BCD on cylinder
Step 4: Tighten BCD strap (and clamp on cylinder)
Step 5: Hold regulator setup (regulator hoses in right hand)
Step 6: Remove dust cap
Step 7: Attach 1st stage onto cylinder (seat on o-ring)
Step 8: Use three fingers (do not over tighten)
Step 9: Attach low-pressure inflator hose (to BCD)
Step 10: Streamline hoses (inflator, octo, gauge console)
Step 11: Place gauge console facing BCD (away from eyes)
Step 12: Fully open cylinder valve
Step 13: Check pressure for a full cylinder
Step 14: lay gear down on cylinder (or strap down on boat)

How To | Giant Stride.

ntroducing the PADI ‘How To’ series featuring helpful tips as you discover the underwater world. If you’ve just started the PADI Open Water Diver course, or simply haven’t been in the water for some time, we’ve got you covered with a full visual breakdown on how to perfect these skills so you feel the most comfortable in the water.

Step by Step | How to Giant Stride:
Step 1: Partially inflate BCD
Step 2: Approach the entry point (fins over edge)
Step 3: Scan area below
Step 4: Place regulator in mouth (take a breath)
Step 5: Hold console in left hand (place over waist)
Step 6: Place right palm on regulator (and fingers on mask)
Step 7: Look forward (not down)
Step 8: Step out and push off (do not jump)
Step 9: Establish positive buoyancy
Step 10: Signal okay
Step 11: Clear the area