PADI Forms

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PADI forms and scuba diving paperwork available for you to download in many different languages

PADI Forms available in various Languages

PADI Medical Form ENGLISHPADI Medical Form

 

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  PADI Medical Form - GREEK Greek   PADI Medical Form - TURKISH Turkish

 

Medical Considerations for Diving:

If you have any health concerns about diving, pre-existing medical conditions and/or will be taking any medication whilst on holiday, please download the PADI Medical Form and discuss and complete with your doctor or physician before signing up for any dive courses. The form includes guidelines that enable physicians who are not familiar with scuba diving to make informed decisions about your fitness to dive.

All students are required to complete the PADI Medical Form before enrolling on any PADI scuba diving course. If you can answer ‘No’ to every question then you do not require a physician’s examination or approval to start a dive course.
If you answer ‘Yes’ to any question(s), we require the PADI Medical Form to be completed and signed by your doctor in order for you to enrol on a PADI dive course.

 


 

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