This course will turn you into an underwater manager, teaching other diving skills. We are talking about a highly respected degree, respected all over the world's waters and backed by a highly recognized organization called PADI.
Now where will you stand at the end of the divemaster course? You will have developed your skills to manage and organize a wide range of diving activities without fail. You have become the teacher and leader of risk management. You can take precautions and dive reviews. You will have gained the knowledge to progress from diving to career diving.
As a PADI Divemaster, you will lead others as you supervise scuba diving activities and help train divers.
You can enroll in PADI Rescue Diver from at least 18 years of age. You also need to have completed primary and secondary care emergency response training (CPR and first aid) within the past 24 months. I scored at least 40 dives to start the course. Your medical statement must be signed by a doctor within the last 12 months. You will earn a certificate not until you have completed 60 dives.
This is what you will learn.
You will be taught as the undisputed leader, taking charge of diving activities. You will develop the skills to organize and direct a variety of diving activities. You will achieve this through a series of knowledge development sessions, water skills exercises, workshops and practical assessment,
As a professional scuba diver, you will need to own all the basic diving equipment, including a dive computer, a diving knife, and at least two signaling devices. During practical skills exercises, such as underwater mapping, search and recovery, you'll use compasses, buoys, marker buoys, levitation bags, and boards.
The main elements of your training are
• Role and characteristics of PADI Divemaster
• Supervising diving activities and assisting student divers
Diver safety and risk management
• Conducted Divemaster Program and Specialized Skills
• Diving business and your career
• Awareness of the diving environment
• Diving for setup and management
• Set the location of open water
• Conduct diving briefings
• Organizing a search, recovery and deep diving project
• Help discover Scuba Diving and lead Discover Local Diving programs
As a potential applicant, you can visit PADI online to learn about the contents and perspectives of the Divemaster course.
Another option is to study by reading the Divemaster manual and watching the Divemaster video.
Note: When you choose the date below, it is not approved until after coordination with the coach, either by visiting the center or calling (0560810339) (0505620679)