As a professional scuba diver, being focused on the task at hand, whether it be guiding a group of certified divers or instructing new divers, is extremely important.
Working in the dive industry as an instructor, teaches you a lot about people... the more you teach, the more people you meet, the more you learn!
This week Robbie covers going from Divemaster to Scuba Diving Instructor.
Divemaster is the next step you should consider if you want to become a professional diver and take you passion to the next level.
Now, as I mentioned in my last Barrier Reef Australia blog, Discover Scuba Diving (DSD) is the first step in a tell all for both the student and the instructor as to whether or not there is a possibility that the student could complete a scuba diver or open water course. If you can recall, in the DSD, there is a mask clearing exercise as well as recovering a regulator and placing it back in the mouth. These two basic skills must be completed without the diver returning to the surface. They are quite simple but some people just can’t get passed them. But for those who do, and show potential, instructors will recommend that the individual continue on and become a certified scuba diver. Honestly, in the long run, it’s much cheaper if they are fully certified.
Hi again, this is Robbie here. Today I am here to tell you all about Introductory Diving and what to expect on you first Intro Dive
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