If you’re thinking of starting a career in scuba diving or just to extend your knowledge and become an even better diver, the PADI Divemaster course in Bali is the next level to reach.
When thinking of your Instructor Development Course, the first requirement before anything, is to become a PADI Divemaster. During this pro entry level course you will be experiencing the first feeling of how a scuba diver professional lives every day life.
The Divemaster level in Bali is a course which takes between 3 and 4 weeks to complete during which you will be learning all the knowledge and skills necessary for this professional level, the next step is the instructor course in Bali. Beginning with a combination of theory using the PADI Divemaster manual, the Encyclopaedia of Recreational Diving and multiple other reference manuals with diving in multiple Bali dive sites, you will be following the course components such as: dive mapping, underwater guiding, assisting student divers on courses etc.
During the course you will be perfecting your skills to demonstration level. You will be assisting several instructors during Open Water Courses and continuing education levels. You will be independently guiding certified divers and still having some time left for fun.
View the 2018 IDC Calendar
PADI Instructor Development Courses take place every month allowing you a flexible time frame for when and how you wish to join.
Applying for our IDC classes can be either through our normal course structures as well as our Fast and Slow IDC’s.
- Multiple PADI Instructors
- Full equipment rental
- Boat rentals ( when applied )
- Transfer to dive sites ( when applied )
- Towels ( when applied )
- Snacks, drinks and lunch ( when applied )
- PADI Crew Pack ( if requested )