The PADI Divemaster Course is your first step towards your professional diving career. A PADI divemaster, upon certification, will be given a PADI professional number, which entitles the holder to enjoy PADI privileges, assist a PADI instructor in teaching classes, and independently conduct certain PADI courses.
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or qualifying certification from another training organization
PADI Rescue Diver certification or qualifying certification from another training organization
Medical clearance signed by a physician
20 logged dives
18 years old
Dive Master Instructor
Free Usage of Scuba and Basic Equipment when need for course
Usage of Training Materials
Padi Academic materials includes the PADI wheel, PADI RDP, PADI Diving Knowledge Workbook, and PADI Diving Encyclopedia
What’s NOT included?
Certification Fee payable to PADI International direct through credit card
The PADI Divemaster Course consists of Academic training, Confined Water training, Open Sea training, and Internship training. The candidate will learn, during academic training, the following topics:
- The Role and Characteristics of a PADI Divemaster
- Assisting with Student Divers in Training
- Supervising General Diving Activities for Certified Divers
- Dive Theory introduction
- Decompression Theory
- Divemaster Conducted Programs
- Risk Management
- Business of Diving
- Furthering your Diving Career
The candidate will also follow through a number of PADI programs with a PADI instructor so as to be familiarized with PADI courses, as well as logistics, and so on. During the Confined Water training, there will be a series of swimming, snorkeling, and diving skills test conducted for the candidate, to ensure standards, and confidence. In the Open Sea training, a candidate will be assigned tasks to fulfill, at the same time, giving responsibilities in handing logistics, student, and divers supervision, and so on to prepare him/her for future dive activities.