Coral Reef Conservation

The PADI Coral Reef Conservation specialty course is a Project AWARE supportive course which teaches you more about the underwater majestic formations known as coral reefs and the importance they play.


In order to enroll in the PADI Coral Reef Conservation course, all you need is to have a desire to learn more around corals. There is no minimum age requirement for this course, but you will be required to participate in a classroom discussion.

Course Structure

During your Coral Reef Conservation specialty course, you will learn how coral reefs are formed, where they can most commonly be found, and the importance they play in our aquatic realm. Your instructor will discuss the different species of coral and explain ways to determine which group they belong to. This might include discussing specific types that may be found in your area. You will also learn about what specific threats they face, and additionally, what you can do as an individual to help protect them.

Once you have you completed the Coral Reef Conservation specialty course, you will receive a temporary Coral Reef Conservation certification card, which you can start using right away! You will receive your permanent card about 30-45 days after you have been certified.

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