Project AWARE Specialty eCourse Description
The Project AWARE Specialty eCourse is conducted by our in-house Marine Biologist Georgina Hayes. This PADI Specialty is an introduction to Project AWARE as a global movement for ocean protection. This Project AWARE Specialty eCourse focuses and expands on the 10 Tips for Divers to Protect the Ocean Planet to provide guidance and help individuals make a difference for ocean protection. Once you have completed this eCourse and reviewed the Knowledge Review with your instructor, you will recieve the Project AWARE Specialty Certification Card from PADI.
Sections and Course Topics
I. Introduction – Project AWARE and Its Mission (Video Presentation available for free to preview the course content)
II. Be a Buoyancy Expert (Video Presentation)
III. Be a Role Model (Video Presentation)
IV. Take Only Photos – Leave Only Bubbles (Video Presentation)
V. Protect Underwater Life (Video Presentation)
VI. Become a Debris Activist + watch The Ugly Journey of our Trash Video (Video Presentation + Project AWARE Video)
VII. Make Responsible Seafood Choices (Video Presentation)
VIII. TakeAction (Video Presentation)
IX. Be an Eco-tourist (Video Presentation)
X. Shrink Your Carbon Footprint (Video Presentation)
XI. Give Back (Video Presentation)
XII. Summary (Video Presentation)
Knowledge Review (10 questions + enter your contact details to schedule your call)
Become a Project AWARE Specialist in 5 easy steps:
1) Log in your account and sign up for this eCourse (Course fees is $80USD includes PADI Certification)
2) Watch all 13 videos (Video length range between 5 and 15 minutes)
3) Review the course content and check out the Project AWARE website
4) Complete the Knowledge Review
5) Schedule a one on one call with your instructor to go over your Knowledge Review and answer your questions.
Once you have completed the above steps, your PADI Instructor will submit your application to PADI to complete your Certification Process.
You can complete this certification program in aproximatly 3 to 4 hours.