Home / Education / Courses / Dry Suit Diver Becoming a dry suit diver allows you to expand your boundaries and dive more places, more often. This suit seals you off from the water and keeps you comfortable, even in surprisingly cold water. Dry Suit Diver Add to cart Continuing-Education Dry Suit Diver eLearning covers self-study material. Your dive shop will charge training fees. Add to cart Your Dive Shop Description Want to stay warm? Want to extend your scuba diving season? Then dive dry. A dry suit seals you off from the water and keeps you comfortable, even in surprisingly cold water. There is incredible diving in the world's cooler regions and in some areas, conditions are even better in colder months. Becoming a dry suit diver allows you to expand your boundaries and dive more places, more often. If you're at least 10 years old and certified as a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or higher, you can enroll in the Dry Suit Diver course. Academic In addition to reviewing dive safety procedures when using a dry suit, you'll learn: Which dry suit style and accompanying undergarments are right for you. How to take care of your dry suit. Putting on and taking off your dry suit with minimal assistance. Mastering buoyancy control when using a dry suit. The first dive of this PADI Specialty Diver course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification - ask your instructor about earning credit. You may be able to get college credit for the Dry Suit Diver course - ask your instructor. Prerequisites & Requirements Age Requirement 10 years or older Course Prerequisites PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver (or qualifying entry-level certification) Time Commitment Approximately 2-4 hours Available Languages Russian, English. For information on other available languages please contact your PADI Dive Center. Equipment Clearly a dry suit is necessary along with your basic scuba equipment. Your PADI Instructor or local">https://locator.padi.com">local dive center staff will explain other gear or equipment options you may need to dive comfortably with your dry suit. For example, because you're more buoyant in a dry suit than in a wetsuit, you may want a different weight system setup. Getting Started Start learning now with PADI's home-study materials - Dry Suit Diver eLearning. Read and watch video about dry suit diving, then interact with knowledge checks in preparation for meeting with your PADI Instructor to schedule your one confined water and two dry suit dives. Stop by your local PADI">https://locator.padi.com/">PADI Dive Center or Resortt to enroll in the course and speak with your instructor if you have any questions about the course content. . Your Dive Shop More Courses Continuing Education Advanced Rebreather Diver Dive in silence and train to dive as deep as 40 metres/130 feet. Learn about scrubbers, oxygen consumption and bailout requirements including how to configure a bailout cylinder system. Continuing Education Altitude Diver Diving in altitudes higher than 300 metres/1000 feet above sea level is altitude diving. Discover a hidden world where only a few have ventured. Continuing Education AWARE Shark Conservation Sharks are an essential part of a healthy ocean. This course explores why they are vulnerable, the importance of a healthy shark population, managing threats and how to take action to protect them. Continuing Education Boat Diver This course helps you expand your knowledge about boats from small inflatables to large liveaboards. You'll gain experience scuba diving by completing two dives from a boat. Continuing Education Cavern Diver Gain the knowledge and skills to explore caverns correctly and safely. This course guides you to enter far enough for adventure, but stay within the light zone for an easy exit to open water. Continuing Education Coral Reef Conservation This course helps you appreciate the complexity of coral reef habitats and teaches how you can help conserve these vital systems.