PADI Divemaster Course
Your adventure into the professional levels of recreational diving begins with the PADI Divemaster Certification program.Working closely with a PADI Instructor, in this program you expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills to the professional level.
What is required?
18 years old A PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization)
A PADI Rescue Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization)
Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the past 24 months
Have at least 40 dives to begin the course and 60 for certification
Be fit for diving and submit a Medical Statement (PDF) signed by a physician within the last 12 months.
What is in the PADI Divemaster Course?
PADI Divemaster Crew Pak
2 Pool sessions (Stamina / Rescue Assessment)
UNLIMITED Pool internships
UNLIMITED Weekend dive trips for on-job training
How long does it take?
The duration of the PADI Divemaster certification course is flexible, and ranges anywhere from 6 - 18 months. It is dependent on your progress as well as your customized schedule which will be arranged during your registration process.
How to sign up?
1. Complete the online registration form
2. Drop by The Dive Company to make a $1,000 cash deposit
3. Collect study materials and confirm course schedule
Note: It is preferable to register at least 1-2 weeks in advance
What you will be learning?
By taking on the PADI Divemaster course, you would have achieved a level reached by less than one in ten divers worldwide. Your training and experience would also have increased a great deal. The syllabus for this course includes:
The role and characteristics of the PADI Divemaster
Dive theory introduction
Decompression theory and the RDP
Divemaster conducted programs
The business of diving
Your diving career
Practical aspects of a Divemaster
Stamina assessment and development
- 400 meter Swim without using swimming aid and using any stroke
- 15 minute treading water
- 800 meter nonstop snorkel swim using mask snorkel and fins
- 100 meter diver tow at the surface wearing full scuba equipment
Diver rescue assessment and development
This exercise is the simulated rescue of an unresponsive, nonbreathing diver.