Becoming a Pro Diver

PADI Divemaster is the first Professional scuba level. This will allow you to work as a dive guide, to assist an Instructor during a course with several students, and even to do discover dives as the qualification of Discover Scuba Diving Leader (DSD Leader)is included in the training.

This course requires 20 training dives and can be organized as an internship over two weeks or over a longer period with 2 or 3 dives a week as your schedule permits.

Dernière promotion Assistant Instructeur Dakar - décembre 2013

Dernière promotion Assistant Instructeur Dakar – décembre 2013

This training is open to those who have a valid PADI level of Rescue Diver, with a minimum of 40 dives.

An agreement was signed between PADI and FFESSM in 2002. This means that each system officially recognizes the scuba diving levels of the other system. So a FFESSM or CMAS Level-3 diver can prepare the Divemaster training.

If you want to confirm your commitment to the professional scuba world and get involved in diverse types of training even more, the next step, the next step is the PADI Assistant Instructor course.

The Assistant Instructor level is the first teaching level in the PADI system. It will allow you to teach independently in confined water and under supervision in openwater.

This course can be organized either as an intensive internship over one week or as a less intensive one, spread out over two weeks with classes at weekends and evenings.

This training can also be accessed from a Level-4 FFESSM diver.

With this qualification, you will need only a few more days of training to take the Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) exam.

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