The highest level of recreational diver training is the PADI Master Scuba Diver. The pre-requisites to become a Master Scuba Diver are:
To have completed the PADI core courses: Open Water, Advanced and Rescue Diver
Be qualified in at least 5 PADI Specialties
Have logged at least 50 dives
The pre-requisites to become a PADI MSDT are:
To be a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor
Be qualified to teach at least 5 PADI Specialties
To have issued at least 25 PADI certifications
In order to train someone to become a Master Scuba Diver, an Instructor must be able to teach at least 5 PADI Specialties. The quickest way to become a Specialty Instructor is to complete the Specialty Instructor course with your Course Director.
Immediately following the IE, you’ll have the opportunity to train in any number of Specialties offered by Mike. With his years of experience training professional divers, Mike is qualified to teach a broad range of Specialties. Many of these are fairly uncommon. Therefore with Mike you receive the unique opportunity to set yourself apart from the rest.
The MSDT Preparation is a 2-3 day programme including 5 Specialties. You are welcome to choose to become an Instructor in more than 5 Specialties if you wish.
Upon completion of your training you’ll be welcome to intern at Aqua-Marina gaining experience team-teaching PADI courses alongside our experienced instructional staff; earning certifications as you go.
Available PADI Specialties to choose from include:
Enriched Air Specialty Instructor
Oxygen Provider Instructor
Deep Diver Instructor
Night Diver Instructor
Wreck Diver Instructor
Full Face Mask Diver Instructor
Surface Marker Buoy Diver Instructor
Sidemount Diver Instructor
Equipment Specialist Instructor
Dry Suit Diver Instructor
Drift Diver Instructor
Underwater Navigator Instructor
Digital Underwater Photography Specialty Instructor