Scuba Refresher Course

Scuba Refresher

The scuba refresher course is meant for those who already have a diving license, but have not dived for a while.

Or just take it easy before taking the next step on the diving ladder, such as an advanced or a specialization course.

What better place to do this than at the Dutch diving school of Koh Tao? Much more familiar and you can ask questions more easily.


scuba refresher course are recommended, not mandatory numbers within training systems.

For example, you do not necessarily have to take off your mask. However, it would be nice if you could do, something in which we will assist you doing.

Some Koh Tao dive centers claim that it is safer to do a scuba refresher course in a pool, while they do organize introduction diving in the ocean..

Diving is watching fish, not looking at tiles and we are happy to take you to a nice place to pick up your diving skills at knee depth.

Koh Tao is rich in beautiful shallow bays, ideal for a refresh session.

Scuba Refresher Course location


After the exercises you dive back to the boat with your dive leader. This way you get the most out of your refresher course at Impian Divers. You can even make an extra fun dive on the same trip with the same dive leader for only 700 Thai baht!

This gives you more self-confidence and you can register for more fun diving, or an advanced diving course and take advantage of an attractive 10% discount on our prices!


  • Proof dive license / logbook
  • Passport / ID card number
  • Fit-to-dive statement


  • Use dive equipment & dive computer


09:00 Registration
09:15 -11:00
– Equipment sizing & practise setup
– Dive Theory & Safe Diving practices
– Skills Overview
11:00 Lunch break
12:00 Departure boat
13:00 Scuba Review
15:00 2e dive (optional)
17:00 return to dive center

Afternoon Session

  • Briefing
  • Equipment setup
  • Buddy check
  • Deep water entry
  • Buoyancy surface check

Dive Skills

  • Airway control
  • Regulator recovery
  • Masks related exercises
  • Buoyancy control
  • Out-of-air situations
  • Equipment related exercises
  • Efficiënt kick cycles
  • Communication & hand signals