PADI IDC INSTRUCTOR
TAKE ANOTHER STEP AND START TEACHING OTHERS!
Becoming a PADI dive instructor can be one of the most exciting and rewarding career moves you make. Being able to share your passion with others – and getting paid for it – is everyone’s dream.
As a PADI instructor, you will join the global leader in scuba diving education.
You’ll get to teach people of all ages and backgrounds to appreciate and care for these fragile environments, and you’ll get to share your passion for scuba diving with others.
You’ll spend more time in the water in a year than most people will in their lifetimes.
The benefits of the job extend far beyond bottom time.
Effectively, you’ll be joining a global league of professionals with more experiences and resources than you’ll ever be able to make use of.
PADI EXAMINATION (I.E)
The final Instructor Exams (IE) will take place just after the IDC and a PADI Examiner will conduct this.
You will give presentations inconfined water, open water and classroom, as well as take PADI Standards and dive theory exams.
ARE YOU READY?
Let’s make sure you have what it takes to
reserve a place on the upcoming IDC:
- 18 years old
- PADI DM or Dive Leader with another agency
- 60 dives minimum (100 for I.E.)
- Open Water certified for 6 months