Divemasters Bali

The PADI Divemaster course in Bali is your first step to becoming a dive professional and begin your career in scuba diving. Divemasters Bali is an intense but fun professional training program which will earn you the status of PADI Pro.

What is the PADI Divemaster Course?

What is the PADI Divemaster Course?

Starting a career in scuba diving requires experience but above all special training. The PADI Divemaster Course is a professional training program during which you will be trained to safely lead and supervise diving activities.

The divemaster course in Bali has a duration of approximately 4 to 5 weeks although some dive centers may offer longer programs. During the course you will build experience, test your skills and develop knowledge with a combination of workshops led by our experienced PADI instructors.

The divemasters bali workshops are all according to the PADI Divemaster crew pack and contain exciting topics, for example:

  • Diver safety and risk management
  • Conducting dive briefings
  • Assisting with Discover Scuba Diving
  • Assisting Open Water and Advanced Open Water courses
  • Mapping dive sites

Throughout the entire several weeks of training, divemaster candidates will also undergo a series of water skills and stamina exercises that will put everyone to the test:

  • 15 minutes floating
  • 800 meters snorkeling
  • 400 meters swimming

Without a doubt, the divemaster course is an intense program but it’s also fun. It requires dedication but in the end the satisfaction is rewarding as you will be well prepared to begin a career in the diving industry. After successfully passing the final exam and reaching the required minimum points, you will proudly receive your brand new PADI Divemaster certification recognisable all around the world.

As a PADI Divemaster you will be able to independently guide and supervise certified divers, assist PADI Instructors with student courses such as the PADI Open Water Diver course. As you gain more experience, you can then join any PADI instructor development program in the world and establish yourself as a PADI Instructor.

Can you provide an overview of the PADI Divemaster program?

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The PADI Divemaster program is a professional level certification that allows individuals to assist PADI instructors with training and leading dives. Includes training in dive theory, leadership, and skills.

What is the level of difficulty of the PADI Divemaster program?

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The PADI Divemaster program is considered an advanced level of diver training and is more challenging than the recreational level certifications. It requires a high level of dive knowledge and skills.

Divemasters Bali Course

Divemasters Bali course

  1. What are the prerequisites?
  2. The equipment you will use
  3. Diving activities during the course

What are the prerequisites?

1. What are the prerequisites?

To quality for the PADI Divemasters Bali course you must be at least 18 years old, PADI Rescue Diver certified with 40 logged dives, and Emergency First Response certified within the last 24 months. Personal medical clearance is also required.

The equipment you will use

2. The equipment you will use

Throughout the divemaster course in Bali, we will provide you with full set equipment rental although it is highly recommended that divemaster candidates purchase specific diving equipment such as: dive computer, compass and SMB (Surfer Marker Buoy).

Diving activities during the course

3. Diving activities during the course

During the divemaster course you will perform approximately 60 dives in all of Bali’s popular dive locations. You will not be able to choose your dive sites as you will depend on the schedule of the dive center but will perform proper scuba diving assisting guests, working together with the diving team while increasing your experience.