To enroll on the Instructor Specialty programs you must be a PADI Instructor.
It is possible for PADI Assistant Instructors to participate in the programs and to gain certification in non-diving areas. For Specialty's that contain dives, the Assistant Instructor must successfully complete a IDC and IE before being certified in the area
1 or 2 days
Instructor Specialty programs are usually conducted after each IDC/IE program. They can also be scheduled any time if you require.
No problem as we have full time Course Directors on staff.

Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT)
The MSDT comprises five Specialty Instructor courses during a five day period.
PADI Specialty Instructor training courses train instructors in the organization, conduct and marketing of PADI Specialty courses.
The course involves academic presentations and 10 dives during which candidates are shown how to conduct training dives, briefings and skills-development scenarios.
Subjects include wreck mapping and survey, penetration skills, use of reels, deep diving techniques, air consumption calculations, navigation skills and techniques, night diving techniques, search patterns, use of lifting bags and safe recovery skills.
·  Emergency First Response Instructor Underwater Navigator, Boat Diver, Drift Diver, Multilevel Diver, Underwater Naturalist, Search & Recovery, Night Diver Wreck Diver, Reef Ecology, Equipment Specialist, Underwater Photography, Project Aware, Fish Identification, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Underwater Video, Deep Diver, Dolphin Rebreather, and Diver Propulsion Vehicle.
·  Enriched Air (Nitrox) Instructor Conducted over two days, this course will teach you how to organize, conduct and market the Nitrox diver course.
This is the most popular specialty course worldwide and instructors are strongly recommended to obtain this rating.

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