If you want to be a PADI Divemaster, member of PADI, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, you will learn in your course how to be a good role-model for others. This includes excellent dive skills, exuding confidence and prioritizing personal safety, demonstrating care for enviroment, reading people and situations etc.
We are very busy with learning all the new things from this course. Our days begin at 6 A.M. – we set up equipment for our group and the Blue Season Bali’s guests, make sure that we have tanks for all dives, weightbelts, towels and water.
Next necesarry part of divemaster work is to do bus briefings and dive briefings before the dive, so we are practising and strengthening our self-confidence every day as well as learning new things about local dive sites.
Time to go to the ocean! But don’t forget to open your tanks and do buddy check ;). My favourite part is here… As a PADI Divemaster you can guide a group of divers on their underwater adventure, share with them your experiences and point out aquatic life. During this awesome time I still have to remember that it is my responsibility to check air through out the dive and keep an eye on the depth, dive time and no deco time.
After the dive I do debreafing about the aquatic life we saw and tips about how they may increase their diving skills such as buoyancy control. What a great diving experience for all of us!
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