Be a leader who mentors and motivates
Want to be a dive professional? Take the plunge into professional diving by becoming a PADI Divemaster. Once certified, you’ll be able to confidently lead groups of certified divers and assist instructors in training uncertified students.
The PADI Divemaster course is your first level of professional training. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, you’ll fine-tune your dive skills, like perfecting the effortless hover, and refine your rescue skills so you anticipate and easily solve common problems. You’ll gain dive knowledge, management and supervision abilities so you become a role model to divers everywhere.
As a PADI Divemaster, you’ll lead others as you supervise scuba diving activities and assist with diver training. Whether you want to work at a faraway dive destination or close to home at a local dive shop, the adventure of a lifetime awaits you. PADI Divemasters are respected dive professionals who are aligned with the largest and most respected dive organization in the world – PADI.
What You Can Teach as a DIVEMASTER
- Assist a PADI Instructor during the training sessions.
- Teach the PADI Skin Diver course and PADI Discover Snorkeling program
- Teach the PADI Discover Local Diving experience
- Teach the PADI Scuba Review program
- Supervise both training and non-training-related activities by planning, organizing and directing dives
- Discover Scuba Diving Leader*
- And many more
Scuba 2000 Divemaster program is less of a course and more of an experience. You’ll be trained by seasoned instructors on how to assist students in the pool and in open water. The program consists of knowledge development and pool sessions, as well as an “internship” where you’ll get to work with students in a multitude of scenarios.
Before starting the experience you will need to complete the PADI Divemaster online program – after your booking you will get a E learning code to start the course.
followed by 2 full weekend of learning and practicing skills and scenarios with Scuba 2000’s best instructors.
What You’ll Need
- Hold a Rescue Diver certification from PADI or equivalent from another recognized scuba diver training organization
- Must be 18 years or older at the start of the course
- Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care valid within last two years
- Logged at least 40 scuba dives to begin the course and 60 dives to earn certification
- Medically evaluated and cleared for diving by a physician within last 12 months
- Teach Emergency First Response courses after successfully completing an Emergency First Response Instructor course.
At a glance, compare what you can teach when you continue your professional diver education.
The Scuba Gear You Use
- You use all the basic scuba equipment and some scuba accessories such as a dive slate, dive knife, compass, dive watch, etc.
- It is highly recommended that you own all of your own scuba equipment, as familiarity with personal gear improves general scuba diving skills.
The Learning Materials You Need – All included in the price!
1- PADI Divemaster E-learning program
2- PADI Divemaster crewpak:
- PADI Divemaster Manual
- Divemaster slates
- PADI Instructor Manual
- The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving – a comprehensive overview of diving physics, physiology, and equipment
- Scuba Tune-up Guidebook
- PADI Professional Log
- DSD Cue Cards
- PADI Pro Bag
- PADI Divemaster Application package
As a dive professional, you’ll want to have all your basic scuba equipment, including a dive computer, a dive knife, and at least two surface signaling devices. During practical skills exercises, like underwater mapping and search and recovery, you’ll use a compass, floats, marker buoys, lift bags and slates. Your PADI Instructor may suggest additional gear that will be useful throughout your diving career.