The course can be divided in various parts and include:
- Watermanship and skills assessment which looks at your general water and diving ability, skills and teaches you how to demonstrate skills as well as testing your general diving ability and Rescue Skills.
- Knowledge Development which takes you through a variety of topics from the PADI Divemaster manual and also covers the topics which you can expect at your IDC and Instructor Examination (IE): Physics, Physiology, General Skills and the Diving Environment, RDP and Equipment. The Knowledge Development takes place through a mixture of Independent Study Assignments and classroom presentations.
- Practical Application This involves a mixture of Open Water and Confined Water training dives with actual PADI courses and students where you will work along side your instructor as their assistant.
These training sessions enable you to gain practical experience as an instructional assistant and dive supervisor of open water diving activities, both as a coordinator and as an underwater guide.
After your DM course you are welcome to assist our instructors with unlimited classroom and pool sessions to help you prepare for the IDC with some real life experience. You are also welcome to unlimited beach diving prior to your IDC - especially useful if you are short of a few dives necessary for your IDC or IE.
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