Dive Master Course Overview
PADI Divemaster is the gateway to becoming a PADI Professional. The PADI “Pro Number” issued to you when you become a Divemaster will be your identification number for the entire time you remain a PADI Professional. In addition, once you become a Divemaster, you will have access to the PADI Pro website. At the PADI Pro site, you can purchase a variety of PADI materials and accessories. MSU’s Divemaster Course is not just a course we also support you how to interact with PADI offices and web sites after you become Divemaster.you can learn various practical knowledge and skills
Fully qualified guaranteed
At MSU, we don’t provide low-quality education that forces you to charge and carry air tanks endlessly under the guise of “training,”, also, we will not put your certification on hold and force you work for us so hard for many month. We teach you the know-how and diving skills you need to know as a dive professional or we will also support you if you want to open your own dive store in the future..
We also offer valuable training for IDC & IE. In the MSU Divemaster course, PADI’s top most professional instructor, the Course Director, will carefully teach you how to respond to student divers as a diving professional. of cause with fun, also, we will teach you how to manage problems properly, and various PADI systems and information essential for running a store. If you are interested in learning more about this course, please contact us.
Dive Master Course Price Information
Premium Plan (IDC Enhancement Course)
For those who are planning to challenge the PADI Instructor Development Course in the near future, we offer a preparation program in addition to the regular PADI Divemaster Course. This will dramatically increase your chances of passing the instructor exam.
Two weeks of training to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become a divemaster. Weekend courses are available upon request.
Price for this course
Divemaster Course Information
|Course Duration||2 Weeks|
|Prerequisites||Be at least 18 years old|
PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent
PADI Rescue Diver or equivalent
EFR (CPR and First Aid) training within the past 24 months.
|Things you need to bring||All C-Cards including Open Water, Advanced, Rescue, EFR|
Medical Questionnaire, signed by a physician within 12 month
|Equipment you need to have||Mask & Snorkel|
Fins and boots
BCD (AIR2 or other non-standard equipment is not acceptable)
Regulator, octopus and gauge
Protection suit (swimsuits only are not acceptable)
Whistle or other sound equipment
Reflector (e.g. mirror)
if you don’t have some of the items above, please let us know.