Master Scuba Diver Trainer Gilis
If you want to become a Master Scuba Diver Trainer (PADI MSDT) you need to be certified to teach five PADI Specialty Courses and you need to have issued 25 PADI certifications.
It is therefore obvious that the more courses you are certified to teach the more quickly you will be able to issue the 25 cert's you need to have to become a Master Scuba Diver Trainer.
This is where the PADI MSDT Course from PADI IDC Center Oceans 5 Gilis comes in! In this course, Course Directors Sander Buis, Joeri van Hal and Giny Pinto will learn you how to teach the PADI specialties you choose from the large list we offer.
All that is left to become a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer is to teach the PADI courses and issue 25 certifications, which will be easy now you can teach so many specialties!
PADI Specialty Instructor Training courses teach Open Water Scuba Instructors how to promote, organize and conduct PADI Specialty Diver courses. The advantage of learning how to teach specialties with a Course Director is that you will learn many of the hints and tips that make conducting the specialty course fun and rewarding for you and for your future students.
How to Enroll in the Master Scuba Diver Trainer Program at IDC Resort Oceans 5?
The MSDT Program is a package of 5 specialty instructor training courses taught over a period of 5 days in the Gilis. You could do it right after our PADI Scuba Dive Instructor Training (PADI IDC) and the Instructor Exam (IE). Once you have received your specialties teaching status you will be able to teach those specialties alongside the standard PADI program and courses. Once you have certified 25 students in any PADI course, you will be able to submit your PADI MSDT application.
If you take our Master Scuba Diver Trainer Program after your PADI Instructor Training (PADI IDC) with us, you have the opportunity to learn how to conduct your own PADI courses by team-teaching alongside our experienced Oceans 5 instructors for a certain amount of time.
There are plenty of PADI Specialty Instructor courses to choose from:
- Enriched Air*
- Emergency 02 provider*
- Digital Photography*
- Search and Recovery
- Shark Conservation
- Project Aware Sea Turtle Awareness
- Dive against Debris
*may have additional prerequisites at diver level and training costs
What’s next after the PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer?
The next stage in your PADI professional diving career is to become a PADI Staff Instructor.
Have a look at the Instructor Development Course Calendar for the PADI Dive instructor training dates! And pick the one that fits you!