PADI Divemaster Course

PADI Divemaster

The PADI Dive Master certification is the first step towards becoming a professional diver. Once you acquire this certification, you can start your own diving service shop, or work as a professional guide or as an assistant of the PADI instructor in a dive shop.

Prerequisites for Participation

● Must be 18 years old or older
● Hold a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification
● Hold a PADI Rescue Diver certification
● Have completed Emergency First Response (EFR) training or equivalent emergency response training within the last 24 months
● Have a medical statement signed by a doctor (within the last 12 months)
● Have a minimum of 40 logged dives in your logbook

Free eLearning

If you are interested, we are pleased to offer a free eLearning account that introduces what the PADI Divemaster course involves. Please feel free to contact us. This is a great opportunity to experience the eLearning that is also used in the actual Divemaster and Instructor training courses.

Course Details

Course Fee

Divemaster Training Fee …………….. 60,000 Pesos
Divemaster Crew Pack ……………….. $570.0 AUD ( PADI fee, Including eLearning )
Divemaster Member Fee …………….. $270.0 AUD ( PADI fee, after completing course )

Training Duration

The training typically takes about two weeks to a month if you participate daily. It can also be arranged to be conducted only on weekends, or after work hours in the evenings for lectures and studies. In this case, depending on your progress, it can take up to a maximum of six months.

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