- 18 years or older
- PADI Rescue Diver certification (or equivalent from another agency)
- Current First Aid & CPR
- At least 20 logged open water dives
- Be in good physical condition for diving
Watermanship & Skills
This is achieved during pool sessions that will improve and evaluate the candidates stamina, general diving skills, problem-solving capabilities and rescue skills. Satisfactory performance must be demonstrated prior to certification.
Requires the candidates to study the Divemaster Manual, the Encyclopedia of Diving and the Knowledge Workbook. Classroom sessions will be held to discuss the material and quizzes will be administered on eight different subjects: Dive Planning, Dive Management and Control, Supervising Students in Training, Physics, Physiology, Equipment, Diving Skills and Environment and The Recreational Dive Planner.
Developed by participating in an internship during which the divemaster canidate serves as an instructional assistant to a PADI Instructor. The objectives are to gain familiarity with the diver training process. Learn how to supervise and control students while developing an awareness of typical student problems. The Divemaster canidate must take part in multiple courses as a teaching assistant to complete their training.
- Classroom Instruction
- Pool Sessions
- Open Water Sessions
- Tanks, weights and Belt
YOU WILL NEED
- PADI Student Folder
- Student Materials
- PADI Divemaster Application Fee (payable to PADI)
- Personal Diving Equipment
- 2 passport size photos
- Transportation, meals and accomodtions
- AED & Oxygen Provider courses
- August 1st - 6:30pm to 8pm
PLEASE CALL FOR ADDITIONAL INFO AND PRICING ON THIS COURSE.