PADI Instructor Development serves two purposes – to develop and refine both personal dive skills and leadership ability to an elevated level. PADI’s instructor development begins with learning how to be a PADI Assistant Instructor through the Instructor Development Course (IDC).
The IDC can include online independent study through PADI eLearning ® or live-delivery segments. The IDC may also be separated into an Assistant Instructor (AI) course and the Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) program. Most dive professionals complete the entire IDC and go on to attend an Instructor Examination (IE), which is the final step to earn a PADI Instructor certification.
Successfully completing just the AI course results in a PADI Assistant Instructor qualification. When an AI is ready to progress, attending an OWSI program allows entry into an IE to earn a full PADI Instructor rating.
What is the prerequisite?
- Dive Leader certification — PADI Divemaster or leadership-level certification
with a recognized recreational diver training organization* who is either:
a. an instructor member in good standing, or
b. a diver with proof of certification in diver supervision and management
including proof of rescue diving certification; 60 logged dives; documented
experience in night diving, deep diving and underwater navigation.
- Medical clearance attesting to dive fitness signed by a physician within the
previous 12 months.
- 18 years old
- Certified diver for six months.
- EFR Primary and Secondary Care course completion (or qualifying
training) within the last 24 months.
What will you learn?
The IDC teaches you to conduct all PADI core courses. You’ll be able to organize and present information, conduct skill development sessions and control open water dives. Basically, you become a better public speaker and get really good at demonstrating skills while watching out for student diver safety. Key topics include:
- PADI Standards and Procedures for courses you can teach with in water workshops
- Learning, Instruction and the PADI System
- Risk Management and Diver Safety
- The Business of Diving and your role as an instructor
- Marketing Diving and Sales Counseling
The minimum requirement for PADI IDC is 5-7 days, here at All 4 Diving Indonesia we have extended our PADI IDC to 14 days, including different workshops, these workshops are conducted either in swimming pool or in open water training dives, we have also included extra presentations in confined water and open water training dives. We continuously evaluate you during these 14 days to make sure you will successful in your PADI IE (Instructor Examination) and the most important in your career in diving as an PADI Instructor/Scuba diving Instructor. rse
What is the material you need?
PADI IDC Crew Pack:
- PADI’s Guide to teaching paper version
- Specialty Instructor Manual with all specialty outlines – digital version
- Cue Cards Confined Water
- Cue Cards Open Water
- Cue Cards Adventures in Diving
- Cue Cards Rescue Diver
- Confined Water Preparation Slate
- Open Water Training Dive Lesson Planning Slate
- Open Water Diver Quizzes & Exams Booklet
- Rescue Diver Final Exams Booklet
- Dive Master Final Exams Booklets
PADI IDC/EFR Material
- Instructor Manual, paper and digital version
- EFR Instructor Manual
- eRDP Multilevel
- RDP Table
What is included?
- IDC – complete course (AI and OWSI)
- Emergency First Response Instructor Course (EFRI)
- Unlimited after hours IDC Support
- 15% discount in our shop on all equipment purchases and dive computers
- Mock IE (complete Instructor exam rehearsal)
- Introduction to Sidemount diving
- Business of Diving Workshop
- Duty of Care Workshop
- Tanks, weights, belts
- Free rental BCD, wetsuit, regulator
- Daily lunch and free-flow tea, coffee and drinking water
- Free Wi-Fi at the dive centre
- Free airport pick up
Price Rp 22,000,000
We run daily trips to the best dive sites around Bali. Experience the famous Liberty Wreck in Tulamben Village, Muck dive for critters in Amed or dive with the great pelagics such as The Giant Manta Rays and The Mola-Mola on the reef of Nusa Penida Island.
Tulamben is one of Bali’s most famous diving areas hosting dive sites such as the US Liberty Wreck, Coral Garden, Drop Off, Sereya secrets, Melasti and the Batu Kelebit. All sites can be reached with an easy access from the beach and are appropriate for all level of divers.
Diving In Indonesia
Indonesia is synonymous with diving, and for a good reason. Indonesia’s coastline has more than 600 coral and 3,000 fish species making it one of the worlds most marine diverse areas. There’s exhilarating drift diving, fantastic night diving, deep trenches and many WWII relics to explore.