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PADI Professional courses Overview

Divemaster Course


The Divemaster Course is where your professional level of training begins. During the program you will work closely with our instructors, assisting with student divers and developing your leadership abilities.

Our course covers all aspects of being a dive professional from understanding the physiology and physics of diving, to using a SMB and mapping a dive site. You will gain valuable experience and dive skills, improve your confidence and expand your dive theory.

Within the course you get to dive a lot, you also guide safaris, sell dives, fill tanks, etc. And most importantly, become a valuable member of the Liquid family.



Marine Conservation Divemaster Course


Have you always wanted to improve your scuba diving skills, and your knowledge about the marine environment? Then the Liquid Marine Conservation Divemaster Course is for you!

You will complete the regular Divemaster Course in addition to completing 5 AWARE Speciality Courses from: Coral Reef Conservation; Manta Awareness; Whale Shark Awareness; Dive Against Debris; Turtle Awareness; Shark Conservation.

After these courses you will be a professional PADI Divemaster and also very aware about the things an individual can and should do for marine conservation. You can also share you knowledge in your dive briefings.


Emergency First Response Instructor Course


If you are planning on becoming a PADI Instructor, you are also required to be an EFR Instructor. We offer EFR Instructor Courses as part of our Instructor Developing Courses (IDC) and can also offer them on request, one-on-one. Even if you are not doing your PADI IDC now, why not think about doing this course in advance to remove some of the stress and workload during your future IDC? Anyone can become an EFR Instructor; you don’t even have to be a diver! These courses teach First Aid and CPR skills that are valuable for everyone. As well as an adult First Aid and CPR Instructor, you will become a Care for Children Instructor and will be able to teach infant and child CPR techniques.


Assistant Instructor


Not sure about becoming a full Dive Instructor yet? Start by becoming an Assistant Instructor. As an Assistant Instructor you can teach dive theory, present initial skills during confined water dives, evaluate Open Water Diver surface skills, and much more under the supervision of a PADI Instructor.

As an Assistant Instructor you immediately improve your employability and value within the diving world. This program credits towards the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC).


Open Water Scuba Instructor


Teaching scuba diving allows you to share your love of the aquatic world with others while doing what you enjoy: being in, around and under water. The IDC is made up of 2 parts: the Assistant Instructor Course and the Open Water Scuba Instructor Program. Most dive professionals complete the entire IDC and go on to attend an Instructor Examination (IE), which is the final step to earning a PADI Instructor certification.


Master Scuba Diver Trainer


The MSDT Course will teach you how to teach 5 PADI Specialities you choose from the large list we offer. It is a package of 5 speciality instructor-training courses taught over a period of 5 days. You can do it directly after our IDC and Instructor Exam (IE).


IDC Staff Instructor

As the name implies, IDC Staff Instructors assist with instructor training and share their wisdom and experience with new PADI leaders. Taking the IDC Staff Instructor Course provides you with in-depth knowledge of the instructor development process and prepares you to shape the next generation of PADI Professionals. It’s a great career move.