Do you have a deep and constant passion for underwater? Or, more simply, diving is what you love most? If so, you should consider doing what you love for your whole life: becoming a Divemaster PADI.
When you become a Divemaster PADI, you are part of the most respected group of divers in the world – the PADI Professionals.
They are the Divemasters and the PADI Instructors who share their passion for diving and are actively involved in the diving habitat health of the whole world.
Do you want to make the first step in your underwater professional career? Your adventure in professional recreational diving starts with the PADI Divemaster program. By working closely with a PADI Instructor, you will expand your theoretical knowledge and bring your underwater skills to a professional level. Divemaster PADI training develops your command skills, qualifying you to supervise underwater activities and act as an assistant during underwater student training activities. PADI Divemaster certification is a prerequisite for attending PADI Assistant Instructor and PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor courses.
What you learn
During the PADI Divemaster program, learn the skills you need to become a underwater leader both through formal lessons and through an individual study. Complete abilities and water resistance tests, you will perform training exercises that will enhance your organizational skills, solve problems, and help others improve their underwater skills. You will practice this knowledge both in a well-structured internship and in a number of practical training exercises.
Progressing in the Divemaster course, you will expand your theoretical knowledge about diving, perfect your skills, and increase your confidence.
As PADI Divemaster, you will use these skills to guide, advise and motivate other divers, happy to see them transformed into the majesty of the aquatic kingdom.
Minimum Age: be at least 18 years old
- PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or have equivalent certifications issued by another organization)
- PADI Rescue Diver (or have equivalent certifications issued by another organization)
- Possess the Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care certification
- Having recorded at least 40 dives to start the course and 60 for certification
- Have a Medical Statement signed by a doctor within the previous 12 months.
Contact us for information about the course.