How do I access my PADI eCard?

How do I access my PADI eCard?

To get your eCard, download the PADI App at Use your PADI Pro website login credentials to access your eCard. Additional pro-level eCards can be purchased for $27 via the My Account section of the PADI Pro’s website.

How do I download my PADI card?

How do I download my PADI eCard(s)? You can download the PADI App to access your eCards. After launching the PADI App, login with your Single Sign On email address and password, select the PADI eCards button, then Update.

What is PADI eCard?

A PADI eCard is an electronic version of the plastic certification card. It displays information that instructors or dive operations around the world need to verify certification. The eCard will be hosted, managed and displayed through the existing free PADI App.

How much does a PADI replacement card cost?

Your PADI Diver certification was lost. Your PADI Diver certification was damaged. If you have a digital photograph and a credit card, you can replace your card on-line. The cost is $37.00.

Do PADI cards expire?

Your PADI certification never expires; but if you haven’t been diving in a while, it’s better to be over-prepared than risk a problem because you forget something important. Dive shops also appreciate seeing a recent ReActivated date on your certification card.

Is PADI better than SSI?

In conclusion, there is very little difference between PADI and SSI. As a recreational diver, the differences are so small that if you aren’t completing a course, you probably won’t notice. Both maintain high standards of training around the world. Both are globally acknowledged as diving qualifications.

Does PADI eLearning expire?

PADI eLearning programs are valid for 12 months from the time you first log on. Prior to the end of this 12-month period, you’re reminded via email at 90 days and again at 60 days before the expiration date.

Can I switch from PADI to SSI?

To become SSI certified as with PADI, you can first do an Open Water Certification followed by the SSI Advanced Certification, whenever you are ready to continue your learning. The big difference between PADI and SSI is the PADI courses offer a lot less flexibility during the classes.

Which dive certification is the best?

The 5 Best Scuba Diving Certification Programs of 2022

  • Best Overall: PADI.
  • Runner-Up, Best Overall: SSI.
  • Oldest Agency: NAUI.
  • Best British Contingent: BSAC.
  • Best for Future Tec Divers: SDI.

Can you fail PADI open water?

If you fail, you can retake the test. See ‘PADI test questions’ below for more. See ‘PADI confined water tests’ below for more. Open water dives: you must complete four open water dives in which you demonstrate your skills.

Which is better PADI or SSI?

Recommendations in choosing PADI vs SSI To summarize: Both PADI and SSI offer world-class diving training around the world. They both maintain high standards of practice across the globe. SSI is generally cheaper, so if you are looking for a lower price, you can do your SSI Open Water.

How to get PADI certified?

Coursework. You’ll also have to complete coursework,including reading,watching videos and taking tests.

  • Scuba Diver Skills. Next,you’ll complete the skills needed to get your PADI scuba diver certification in a closed environment like a pool.
  • Open Water Diving Skills. Next,you’ll complete four dives to get your PADI open water diver certification.
  • How to get replacement Padi card?

    Plastic replacement cards – Depending on your PADI Office,you have multiple options to choose from which may include Limited Edition Replacement Cards.

  • PADI eCard – an electronic version of the plastic certification card that displays information needed to verify certification on mobile devices.
  • Apple iOS 3.x,4.x,5.x
  • BlackBerry OS 4.5 or 5
  • How much does a PADI certification cost?

    – Section 1 – 1.5 hours – Section 2 – 1.5 hours – Section 3 – 1.5 hours – Section 4 – 1 hour – Section 5 – 1 hour

    How to pass the PADI Open Water Diver course?

    Knowledge Development to understand basic principles of scuba diving.

  • Confined Water Dives to learn basic scuba skills.
  • Open Water Dives to use your skills and explore.