PADI Approved Youth Training Centre
We are pleased to announce that we have been formally approved as a PADI Approved Youth Training Centre!
As a PADI Approved Youth Training Centre we have been recognised for the highest training standards, policies and procedure. As a facility we can meet the specific needs of young people, schools and youth groups.
We have held many bubblemaker parties and worked closely with schools. It is an incredible opportunity to share such a rewarding sport that has so much to offer both personally and educationally.
We have a range of different programs that are available for youngsters who love the water and have an interest in scuba diving or snorkling.
- Bubblemaker & Discover Scuba Parties
- Junior Scuba Diver
- Junior Open Water Diver
- Snorkel Safaris
Here at Cornish Diving we strive to create a friendly, fun and safe environment where people come together through their love of the marine world and sense of adventure.
‘Penair School had the absolute pleasure in working with Sue Disley from The Cornish Diving Centre Ltd for our school’s Curriculum Enrichment Week. It was an activity that the school had wanted to get involved with for a number of years, but hadn’t found the appropriate offer until meeting Sue. Her and her colleague were the utmost of professionals from the planning and preparation phases, through to the two dives that were organised.
The Centre have also offered work experiences places to our pupils. The opportunities for our learners were really well received.
I can not recommend the company enough.’
Have the ultimate birthday party! Scuba birthday parties are for children aged 8 years old and over, with goodie bags for each child and a special gift for the birthday boy or girl.
Have you always wondered what it is like to breathe underwater? If you want to try scuba diving, but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge into a certification course, Discover Scuba Diving is for you.
Here at Cornish Diving Centre, we are almost as keen (almost!) on snorkelling as we are on diving, as often, the best things to be seen in the water are close to the surface rather than at depth.