Become a PADI Instructor in Bali with the PADI IDC Bali, an 18 days intense and fun PADI Instructor Development Course.
It’s not your first step in the world of PADI Professional, but it is perhaps your most desired level and certainly the money maker. It is what a lot of the diver’s aspire to be, the best of the PADI Pros.
The rumour are that the course itself is difficult. In reality, it is not. The hard work is done during the PADI Divemaster course and that’s when you have to really focus because during the PADI IDC Bali you merely improve what you’re supposed to have already learned during the Divemaster course.
The divemaster course is longer, more intensive, more diving, more of everything. The PADI IDC Bali is more of fine tuning all of the small details and elements that turn a divemaster intro an instructor. There’s definitely a reason behind the old saying of, tell me who you did your divemaster course with and I will tell you who you are as an instructor.
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Ultimately, the PADI IDC Bali teaches the business behind scuba diving alongside cementing the standards of teaching. There are long days with even longer presentations. There is a certain amount of diving involved, more in the pool than in the open ocean but surely enough there is a lot more class-room work than anything.
You become a PADI Instructor not by doing the PADI IDC Bali but by being a good divemaster beforehand.
With Neptune Scuba Diving, the PADI Instructor Development Course takes a total of 18 days. Our course is all-inclusive for the course itself and you will not have to worry about anything besides finding basic accommodation and a scooter to use during your time in Bali.
It is highly recommended to find accommodation somewhere nearby in Sanur to allow for quick and easy drives to our Dive Center. There are plenty of private villas, home stays and villa complexes that allow various budgets to find exactly what they are looking for.
Ultimately, during the days of the instructor development course you don’t have to think about anything besides absorbing all the information as much as possible to ensure proper scoring in your final PADI IDC Bali exam.