RUGBY is about to host an intensive scuba dive course qualifying new divers in just a few weeks.
Run by Warwick company ScoobaBoosta – the scheme involves five pool sessions, with dive theory studied at home. Then those looking to qualify in time for the summer, will head to open water to complete their certification over two days.
Once qualified, they will be fully fledged PADI Open Water Divers, able to scuba anywhere in the world.
Training will take place at Rugby School over five Saturdays, starting on July 7.
Instructor David Simmons said: “Diving is such an incredible adventure, one that more and more people are looking to start. And once you’ve had a taste, we guarantee you’ll be hooked.”
To join the course people need to be aged 10 or over and in good health.
The PADI Open Water Dive programme costs £450.
To book a place, or for more information, call ScoobaBoosta on 01926 411946 or head to www.scoobaboosta.co.uk.
ScoobaBoosta was set up by David Fitzsimmons in 2005. Training is carried out every week in Stratford, Warwick, Coventry and Rugby, and at inland and coastal dive sites.