All Scuba diving courses are taught in Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii by
PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) certified instructors,
who strictly adhere to safety and quality standards.
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Padi Courses for 2007:
This professional certification course is open to adults with PADI Rescue Diver certification and at least
50 logged open water dives. Because this course prepares students to work as a dive professional,
it is required that students have their own gear.
Purpose of the PADI Divemaster Course
As the entry to professional levels in diver training, the PADI Divemaster course
plays a pivotal role within the PADI System of diver education. Those who join
the PADI Divemaster ranks assist you and other instructors with training student
divers. They supervise diving activities for certified divers, snorkelers and skin
divers. Obviously, these entry-level professionals can strongly influence the
safety and fun divers enjoy during training and diving. At the same time,
many PADI Divemasters are looking ahead, gaining professional experience
they will apply as PADI Assistant Instructors and Open Water Scuba Instructors.
In conducting the PADI Divemaster course, you are training todays certified
assistants and laying the foundation for many of tomorrows instructors.
To develop the previous characteristics in an individual, the PADI Divemaster
course has five broad goals:
1. To develop the knowledge, attitudes, judgment and skills for
supervising certified divers in shore based and boat-based diving
2. To develop the knowledge, attitudes, judgment and skills for
assisting with training divers in PADI courses.
3. To develop the knowledge, attitudes, judgment and skills for
independently conducting specific PADI programs for certified
divers and nondivers (e.g., Scuba Review, Discover Snorkeling,
PADI Skin Diver course).
4. To develop the candidates dive theory knowledge, waterskills,
rescue skills and experience to the levels necessary to enter the PADI
Assistant Instructor course and the PADI Instructor Development Course.
And to encourage the candidate to continue into those programs.
5. To promote each candidates growth to meet individual needs and interests,
and to meet the dive communitys needs and expectations in dive leaders (e.g., risk
management, personal health and safety,the needs of the dive retailer).
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