WANT TO EXPAND YOUR TRAINING AND BECOME A PADI MSDT?
Add to your IDC PADI Specialty Instructor training and Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT) Internship. The Scuba Diving industry is growing fast and hence more competition. If you have attained your MSDT accreditation and can teach specialties you would more desirable qualities for any Dive Center which you seek employment – this will set you apart from other Dive Instructors. The MSDT also shows that you have educated yourself and now have the ultimate recreational diver training and that you can offer all the training that a diver needs.
The PADI Specialty Instructor Course includes a review of standards, course content and marketing, plus dives. You will also give a presentation either in classroom or in water from the Specialty. We will also help you with putting together a resume and looking up employment. The PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer Internship includes training in 5 PADI Specialty Instructor courses, resume workshops, Marine Resource Management seminar, Oxygen Provider Instructor and assisting experienced instructors on courses to build your experience a and certifications.
COURSE PREREQUITES FOR PADI SPECIALTY INSTRUCTOR AND MSDT
All other PADI Specialty Instructor ratings, for certification and teaching status, need PADI Instructor status. Sidemount, Enriched Air and gas Blender require basic specialty diver training.
Master Scuba Diver Trainer certification requires certification in 5 PADI Specialty Instructor ratings and must have a minimum of 25 certifications. You may begin your Internship right after your IDC.
COURSE DURATION AND STRUCTURE FOR PADI SPECIALTY INSTRUCTOR AND MSDT
Most PADI Specialty Instructor courses can be completed in one day. They include classrooms presentations and some dives
During the IDC we incorporate 2 half days for Enriched Air Instructor Training, two days for Oxygen provider Instructor training and half day seminar on Marine Resource Management.
MSDT Prep is an additional 3 days after the Instructor Exam.
The MSDT Internship, where you assist instructors to develop real life experience can be conducted in as little as 15 days, but we suggest 30 days or more