PADI Open Water Diver Touch
You can now complete your PADI Open Water Diver course when you download the PADI Open Water Diver Touch Digital Certification Pak. This will allow you to download all of the videos, manuals, quizzes and exams and study them where ever you have your iPad.
With a growing trend of consumers moving towards mobile devices and interactive displays, it was only natural for PADI to continue to lead the way in technological advancements within the dive industry. Open Water Touch is now available in in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Portuguese, Korean, Dutch and Polish!
This is a perfect way to study the material prior to coming to the Phi Phi Islands to complete the in-water training with The Adventure Club.
See the Schedule and Process below
What is a PADI Open Water Diver Touch Product?
A Touch™ product adds the ease and convenience of tablet-based learning, allowing the student to access the PADI course materials; manual, videos and other content while offline.
The student has the opportunity to choose their desired language during their online registration process, therefore the Paks, (regardless of language), have the same product code for ease of purchase.
These Certification Paks bring the traditional Crew Pak to a fully integrated digital-delivery system and a welcome addition to the ever expanding PADI Digital Product Suite.
What does our PADI Open Water Diver Touch Product include?
Open Water Diver Touch
Open Water Diver eManual
Open Water Diver Video training clips
eRDPml Touch/RDP Tables
eTraining Dive Log
Certifying Credit (PIC)
Confined Water Training
4 Open Water Dives
Full Diving Equipment
Lunches and refreshments aboard the Reef Ranger
How do I get sign up for a PADI Open Water Diver Touch Product?
Once you book the Open Water Diver Touch™ product with us we shall issue a Touch™ product using your name and email address. An email will then be sent to you containing the registration code.
First you will need to redeem your code by going to the PADI Digital Products Suite.
Next you will need to download the PADI Library App. Once you have downloaded the app to your device launch the PADI Touch™ product.
Do I need an internet connection?
This is only necessary for the initial download to the PADI Library App, to submit Knowledge Reviews, Quizzes, final Exam and to Log Training Dives on ScubaEarth.
How much more is this going to cost me?
Getting the Open Water Diver Touch™ product, instead of studying the course the traditional way, (sitting in the classroom for 6-7 hours) will cost around an additional 750 baht more than usual price. Our regular price for the Open Water Diver course is 13800 baht. By adding a Touch Product the price will be 15,150 baht.
How does this differ from the normal PADI Open Water Diver Course?
Instead of studying the theory in our classroom when you arrive on Phi Phi Island, (which will take 6-7 hours), we shall administer a short review quiz to see how well you understood the material in the PADI Touch™ training. This essentially saves you most of one day. Otherwise everything will be the same and your diving experience will be even better and less time consuming saving you time on your vacation for something else.
Maybe some more dives!
Schedule and Process
- Purchase the PADI Open Water Diver Touch
- Receive an email with directions on how to redeem the PADI Open Water Diver Touch product
- Download the PADI App to your iPad
- Download the PADI Open Water Diver Touch product to your iPad.
- Launch the PADI Open Water Diver Touch product and start watching the videos
- Answer all knowledge reviews, quizzes and final exam questions
- Print your completion documents and bring them with you.
This schedule is based on guests arriving in the afternoon to Phi Phi Island
- Arrive on Phi Phi Island.
- 1730 PM: Student registration. Complete PADI Quick Review Quiz
- Day 1:
- 0800 AM – 1200 PM: Confined water training at the beach.
- 1300 PM -1800 PM: Boat trip with 2 open water dives
- Day 2:
- 0700 PM – 1200 PM: Boat trip with 2 open water dives
*Students should wait at least 18 hours after their last dive before flying.