Divemaster Training


If you want to be more of an expert in the art of Scuba Diving then the Divemaster training is for you. Divers wishing to undertake the Divermaster certification must be a PADI Rescue Diver or equivalent, be at least 18 years old and have 40 logged dives as well as an EFR (Emergency First Response) Certificate within the last two years. Documents required are the divers logbook to prove a minimum of 40 logged dives, a medical certificate with assurance from a doctor that the diver is able to become a professional diver. During the three weeks – one month of training, your instructor will accompany you in developing theoretical knowledge of diving as well as perfecting your diving skills. After completing the Divemaster training you can guide certified divers and Open Water students (except the first dive), assist a PADI Instructor in training courses, teach certain PADI programmes (Discover Snorkelling, Scuba Review, Skin Diver Course). If you then become a Discover Scuba Diving Leader you can also lead students in pool sessions.