Your Discover Adventure Voyages starts with your PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) E-learning course Open Water Diver Course. We want you to complete this knowledge development sessions of the course BEFORE you arrive (can we make this flashing?) . There will be many distractions from the island atmosphere that can make the reading and study of the course easier if you complete it at home. You can start today.
These classroom sessions will teach you about scuba diving principles and terminology whenever, wherever it's convenient for you. It's your course on your time. Study offline, or online using a computer or mobile device. Connect with your Odyssey instructor whenever you have a question. There are are five Knowledge Reviews, four Quizzes and One Final Exam.
eLearning time commitment: 5-10 hours.
We will finish your PADI Open Water certification with your instructor using scuba gear in a pool-like environment until you're comfortable and includes practice "mini dives" to help you build confidence in your new abilities before making four dives in open water.
We sent you an PADI Open Water Diver course enrollment code email.
It came from PADI with a subject: "Get started with your PADI course, Your FirstName". You should have it already, check your spam directory.
Click on the Button.
This should be to your email account that is not shared with others. This course will be based on this account and two people cannot each have a certification with the same email. If you would like to change this email before you start contact our office.
The PADI website will ask you to create an account with a username and password of your choice.
Be sure your browser is updated to the most current version. For proper function, only use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
If you are returning to access your product from your computer, visit padi.com and select eLearning for Students from the Sign-In menu, and log in using your PADI Account.
Select your course, click on the View Course button, and select the for computers link. The first time, you will be asked to log in to the PADI Library using your PADI Account.
Select the course by tapping or clicking the banner. Once inside, start with the Introduction section.
Look for directional cues to help you navigate within each subsection.
Use the button at the bottom of each section/subsection to advance through the course material.
If your product contains videos, select Play and watch the entire video before moving forward.
After selecting the button at the end of each section, enter the email address you used to create your PADI Account. Entering an invalid email address will result in scores not being captured, and you'll have to complete the Knowledge Review again. To secure your results, you will also be asked to enter your email address before taking the Quizzes and Final Exam (where applicable).
Open Water Diver eLearning students must successfully complete the Knowledge Review at the end of each section before taking the Quiz.
After completing the Knowledge Review, Open Water Diver eLearning students must select the button before moving forward. Not doing so results in an incomplete eRecord and you'll have to retake the Quiz.
Open Water Diver eLearning students must successfully complete each Quiz before moving on to the next section.
For Open Water Diver eLearning students, your instructor want you to complete the RDP table section. This section can be found at the end of Section Five and is labeled Planning Dives with Tables.
To complete your eLearning, you must be connected to the internet to submit your scores from the Assessment Summary section. You will have to to enter your email address from your log in credentials for the scores (Knowledge Reviews, Quizzes, Exams) to be sent.
Use the Assessment Summary section located at bottom of the course content page to review your scores and ensure they were successfully submitted.
You will receive a completion email after every Knowledge Review, Quiz, and Final Exam. If you don't receive a confirmation email, go to the Assessment Summary section to check the status.
After completing and submitting your Final Exam (if applicable), you will receive an email with your eRecord attached. You may also access your eRecord using the link in the email you received after registering your product, and logging in with your PADI Account. If you can't access your eRecord, contact your PADI Dive Center/Instructor.
Once you complete all sections, print out your eRecord and provide it to your PADI Dive Center/Instructor.
Who was Poseiden? And how does a seahorse relate to part of the brain?
Poseidon is one of the twelve Olympian deities of the pantheon in Greek mythology. His main domain is the ocean, and he is called the "God of the Sea". He was associated with dolphins and three-pronged fish spears (tridents). He lived in a palace on the ocean floor, made of coral and gems. In Greek art, Poseidon rides a chariot that was pulled by a Seahorse (genus hipocampus- comes from the Ancient Greek hippos meaning "horse" and kampos meaning "sea monster"). The hippocampus is a major component of the brains of humans and other vertebrates. It belongs to the limbic system and plays important roles in the consolidation of information from short-term memory to long-term memory and spatial navigation and its shape looks a lot like the seahorse.