As an introduction to the professional levels of diving instruction, the PADI Divemaster course plays a key role within the PADI Diving Instruction System. Those who reach the Divemaster PADI level help other instructors in the training of diving students. They supervise scuba diving activities with certified divers, snorkellers and free divers.
A DIVEMASTER will be authorized to supervise and guide diving activities, whether related to teaching or not, in different environments. You can actively participate in the teaching of diving initiation courses, as well as organize guided diving excursions. You are also authorized to organize and conduct the Discover Local Diving, Discover snorkeling and / or Scuba Review programs for certified divers.
As a professional it is expected of you a differentiation of the rest of the divers through:
- Exemplary diving techniques
- Rescue Techniques
- Extensive knowledge of diving theory
- Ability to organize, plan and control dives
During your DIVEMASTER course, you will learn how to develop in each of the above areas.
Requirements to access the course:
- Comply 18 years before the end of the course.
- Provide first aid certification less than 2 years old.
- Have a Rescue Diver certification or equivalent.
- Updated official medical certificate
- 60 dives recorded in the dive book