DIVE MASTER COURSE
Looking for the first step in working with scuba as a career? Your adventure into the professional levels of recreational scuba diving begins with the PADI Divemaster program. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, in this program you expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills to the professional level. PADI Divemaster training develops your leadership abilities, qualifying you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. PADI Divemaster is the prerequisite certification for both the PADI Assistant Instructor and PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certifications.
What You Learn
During the PADI Divemaster program, you learn dive leadership skills through both classroom and independent study. You complete water skills and stamina exercises, as well as training exercises that stretch your ability to organize and solve problems as well as help others improve their scuba. You put this knowledge into action through a structured internship or series of practical training exercises. Get a Life as a PADI Divemaster and scuba dive for work anywhere in the world!
What you can teach after becoming certified as a PADI Divemaster?
- You will be authorized to: Supervise both training and non-training-related activities by planning, organizing and directing dives
- Assist a PADI Instructor during the training sessions for any PADI Diver course Conduct the PADI Skin Diver course and PADI Discover Snorkeling program
- Conduct the PADI Discover Local Diving experience
- Conduct the PADI Scuba Review program If qualified as a Discover Scuba Diving Leader, independently conduct the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program.
- Earn the PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty Instructor rating to be able to teach the PADI Digital Underwater Photographer specialty.
- Independently guide Open Water Diver course students on the tour portion of Open Water Diver course Training Dives 2, 3 and 4 at a ratio of two student divers per certified divemaster.
- Accompany Open Water Diver students under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor during: surface swims to and from the entry/exit point and during navigational exercises when the instructor conducts a skill, such as an ascent or descent, a Divemaster can remain with other student divers (with an individual student or buddy team)Accompany student divers during
- Adventure Dives or Specialty training dives under the indirect supervision of a PADI Instructor.
- Conduct the PADI Seal Team Skin Diver Specialist AquaMission
- Conduct subsequent dives under an instructor’s indirect supervision for Discover Scuba Diving participants after participants have satisfactorily completed the first dive with a PADI Instructor.
- Teach Emergency First Response courses after successfully completing an Emergency First Response Instructor course.
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. You can find most everything at your our dive shop.
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The Learning Materials You Need
The PADI Divemaster crewpak includes everything you’ll need to start the PADI Divemaster program. The complete set of materials includes:
The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving - a comprehensive overview of diving physics, physiology, and equipment.
- Divemaster slates
- PADI Divemaster Manual
- PADI Instructor Manual
- Scuba Tune-Up Guidebook
- DSD Cue Card
- Pro Logbook
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To take this course, you must be:
- 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)
- An Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (or qualifying first aid and CPR training from another organization) course completion 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.
SSI DIVE GUIDE (From Rescue Diver)
Devoted divers with a desire to pass along their love of scuba diving to others will find the SSI Dive Guide programs a rewarding experience.
ssi dive guideMuch as the SSI Open Water Diver course opened the door to diving, the SSI Dive Guide program will open the door to leadership, which allows you to enjoy diving on an entirely different level.
SSI Dive Guide (DG).This program is an introduction into the world of Dive Professionals. As a SSI Dive Guide you will be qualified to lead certified divers on a variety of scuba diving adventures.
SSI Dive Guides are required to work through an active SSI Dive Center and, when necessary, with an active SSI Instructor.
As a certified SSI Dive Guide (DG) you can:
- Give underwater tours to certified scuba divers
- Teach SSI Snorkel Diving after passing the SSI Snorkel Instructor Module
- Issue SSI Snorkel Diver certifications
- SSI Dive Guide program prepares you to become an active member of the scuba industry and a valuable dive business employee.
The SSI Dive Guide (DG) course includes:
- SSI Dive Guide kit
- SSI Dive Guide Application fee
- SSI Membership Fee (excluding Insurance fee)
- 6 open water dive sessions
- 3 confined water sessions
- 1 night accommodation in Tulamben
- Transport to and from Pool and Dive Sites
- Lunch and Light refreshments on Pool and Ocean days
- PADI manuals - All PADI manuals required for your selected courses
- SSI Manuals - All SSI manuals required for your selected courses
- Use of all Training aids required to obtain the SSI Dive Guide certification
- Be at least 18 years old
- Logged at least 40 open water dives totaling 25 hours or more
- Have a Total Diving System of professional type and quality
- Have a current medical exam for scuba diving not older than 1 year signed by a licensed medical practitioner
- Be certified at least at the SSI Advanced Open Water Diver level
- Have logged significant experience in Navigation, Night / Limited Visibility Diving, Deep Diving and Boat Diving
SSI Divemaster (Upgrade from Dive Guide)
Devoted divers with a desire to pass along their love of scuba diving to others will find the SSI Dive Guide and Divemaster programs a rewarding experience.
Much as the SSI Open Water Diver course opened the door to diving, the SSI Dive Guide or Divemaster program will open the door to leadership, which allows you to enjoy diving on an entirely different level.
SSI Divemaster (DM). Dive Guide + Science of Diving, equals Divemaster. Divemasters can also lead and guide certified divers, as well as assist with both classroom and pool under direct supervision of an SSI Instructor.
As a certified SSI Divemaster (DM) you can:
- Give underwater tours to certified scuba divers
- Teach Snorkel Diving after passing the Snorkel Instructor Module
- Issue Snorkel Diver certifications
- Assist active SSI Instructors in academics, pool and open water training under direct supervision
This scuba diving resource makes a bold statement for recreational scuba divers and dive professionals alike. SSI's Science of Diving Student manual is a full-color, 280 page manual with comprehensive content and stunning graphics that provides an in-depth study into the disciplines of diving.
SSI’s Science of Diving is the knowledge to mentally prepare divers for all types of diving experiences. The information presented in this manual gives divers the knowledge they seek about how depth and time can affect the body. The manual provides a detailed look into diving physics and physiology, decompression theory, the components of the Total Diving System and the aquatic environment.
1. The Physics – As humans, we are physically adapted to the natural land environment, which means that the “physics” of day-to-day living is instinctive. The effects of the underwater environment on the human body as well as the equipment used require the application of physics.
2. The Physiology – No other sport requires such an in-depth knowledge of how your body functions, because no other sport puts you in such a completely different environment. Under water, you cannot breathe without scuba equipment and your body goes through unseen changes.
3. Decompression Theory – Physics and Physiology can be reduced to three simple things: how depth, time, and rate of ascent can affect the body. Decompression theory is those limitations stated in dive tables and computers.
4. The Total Diving System – Equipment is an important part of any sport, it is the life support system in diving. This section deals with an in-depth look at that equipment.
5. The Aquatic Environment – The study of water and water movement is called “scuba oceanography.” The study of water creatures is called “aquatic life” for both ocean and fresh water inhabitants. The manual teaches divers all about both types of water and their inhabitants.
SSI Dive Courses - SSI Dive Control Specialist (from Divemaster)
The SSI Dive Control Specialist Certification offers you a lifestyle and a respected qualification.
ssi dive control specialistYou get to do, day after day, what you enjoy doing. How many people can honestly say that about their jobs?
With your professional diving certification, you've got a ticket to and an income from adventure and travel around some of the most beautiful spots in the world.
With SSI Dive Leader programs you can live in a tropical paradise not only gaining more diving experience, but learn how to guide dive tours, learn more about the vast variety of marine life and assist with the development of student divers. Learn to help impart your enthusiasm and love of diving to people taking their first breaths underwater and celebrate with them at the completion of their course.
Course Description: The SSI Dive Control Specialist course is designed to be the first step in preparing divers to become a SSI Dive Leader. In the SSI Dive Control Specialist course, you will gain the knowledge and skill set to begin your professional career as a Dive Control Specialist. The Dive Control Specialist is both a SSI Divemaster and an SSI Assistant Instructor. The Dive Control Specialist can organize and supervise dive trips, lead groups of certified divers on underwater tours, assist SSI Instructors with dive classes teaching classroom, pool except Out-of-air scenarios, and teach snorkel diving classes, scuba skills update / refresher courses, first aid / CPR programs, selected specialty courses, and Scuba Rangers (after completing the Scuba Rangers Instructor training).
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have logged at least 60 open water dives.
- Provide own scuba equipment of leadership quality
- Have a current medical exam for diving, signed by a physician
- Be certified at the Divemaster level
- Have current certification in First Aid and CPR
- Have logged experience in Navigation, Night Diving, Deep Diving, and Search and Recovery