PADI Professional Level Courses:
If you want:
- new office like the one on the picture 🙂
- low stress level environment
- visit beautiful places
- meet many people
- have fun all day
- on daily basis experience beauty others are just dreaming about,
then you are in the right place to begin your professional career. The path you will follow is:
The PADI Divemaster course is your first level of professional training. As a divemaster, you can demonstrate exemplary diving skills, rescue skills and dive management and supervision abilities. For many divemasters, this is just the beginning of their professional journey.
As a PADI Assistant Instructor, you not only gain additional experience as a PADI Professional scuba diver, but you also start learning the PADI System of diver education.
You can act as an instructional scuba assistant and assume limited teaching responsibilities. It’s a great way to gain experience in order to become a scuba instructor!
This course is very beneficial to you for more reasons. One of the is that you may make money even when you are not diving for example in low season. The other benefit is that as a future Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) you will be able to prepare your students for the Rescue Diver Course as it is a requirement for them to be EFR certified prior to Rescue Certification. It is also a prerequisite for you to attend a PADI IE.
Are you looking for something extraordinary? To do something others can only dream of? To help people transform their lives? To open doors you didn’t even know existed? All of this, and more, awaits you as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor.
Are you confident with teaching in PADI system? Are you looking for something new and exciting?
This is the moment when you should consider to take the next step an become PADI Specialty Instructor. Start with levels you enjoy most by your self. As you reach five specialty instructor ratings, you will want to wear the instructor “black belt” and take the next step: PADI MSDT.
Would you like to be special instructor, get experience in teaching not only core courses, but at least five PADI Specialty Courses and be recognized as higher level teacher?
If yes, then this program is exactly made for you. After completing your PADI IDC, I can take you to this level. Additionally you will be much more employable. Don’t wait, check it out.
Did you teach a lot and would like to do something new or different? Do you remember when you did your IDC with those guys with big slates in their hand grading you in some different “language”? 🙂
Take those slates in your hand and learn how to use them (evaluate), learn how to give presentations during IDC. It is very exciting and gives you much deeper understanding of PADI system and sharpens your own knowledge and skills so you can become a great instructor trainer. After becoming IDC Staff Instructor you will have the possibility to Staff any IDC afterwards.
Be recognized as one of the elite dive educators – PADI Master Instructor. PADI Master Instructors embody the essence of a true dive professional having demonstrated a thorough understanding of the PADI System of diver education, and put it into practice by training 150 or more PADI Divers.
They are dive industry leaders who help to shape the development of future dive courses.
PADI Course Directors are instructor trainers who conduct PADI Instructor Development Courses and other instructor-level training. PADI Course Directors hold the highest and most respected professional rating in recreational scuba diving. They are among the dive industry’s most influential opinion leaders and role models. Those who join this elite group of professionals pass through a stringent screening process that examines their experience and training just to get into the competitive and demanding Course Director Training Course (CDTC).