Category Archives: IDC Sabah

Pablo gives homework for his PADI Open Water students!

One of our full time PADI Instructors, Pablo, is discussing the homework to prepare for the following day of the PADI Open Water Diver course to his 4 new students. The manual provided to students is one of the educational … Continue reading

Posted in Dive Instructor Training, IDC Kota Kinabalu, IDC Malaysia, IDC Sabah, The Next IDC | Comments Off

PADI IDC Graduate Teaches Student Effortlessly

Our recent PADI IDC graduate Ian has started teaching the PADI Open Water course and this is just a couple of weeks after successfully completing the PADI Instructor Examination (IE). Thanks to the nurturing he and the other IDC candidates … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Sabah, Misc | Comments Off

PADI IDC May 2014 Candidates Start Speciality Instructor Training with the Emergency O2 Provider Speciality

One of the most important specialities that any professional dive instructor should posses is the O2 Provider Instructor Speciality. This course imparts knowledge on instructors how to teach divers how to breathe easy and recognise conditions that can be treated … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Sabah, Whats Up IDC Candidates? | Comments Off

Latest Certified Dive Instructors Coming Out of Downbelow Borneo

All round success! We are proud to announce that the entire PADI IDC class of May 2014 from Downbelow has graduated and are now fully qualified PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors. This group of 7 IDC candidates completed their exams successfully … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Graduates, IDC Sabah, IDC Staff Instructor, The Next IDC, Whats Up IDC Candidates? | Comments Off

PADI IDC Borneo Candidates All Ready for PADI IE Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the day for PADI Instructor Examination for Kota Kinabalu and all of Downbelow’s candidates are prepared and ready for it. Some of them might feel the butterflies in the stomach tomorrow morning but that is normal – as … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Kota Kinabalu, IDC Malaysia, IDC Sabah, Whats up Diving Interns | Leave a comment

PADI IDC Graduate Is Back For The IDC Staff Instructor Course in Borneo

Our May PADI IDC is starting in a few days and all of our candidates have just about arrived and have checked themselves into our PADI 5-Star IDC Dive Centre but there is one candidate that stood out. He is … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Sabah, Misc | Leave a comment

Another Success Story of Downbelow’s Work for a Career Program

One of our dive instructors Tharmizi a.k.a. Timmy can rest easy now that he has received his official PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certificate and card from PADI. Timmy is one of the many successful Downbelow trainees who achieved their … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Sabah | Leave a comment

A family of four enjoy their PADI Scuba Diver course with their experienced PADI Instructor Pablo!

PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT) Pablo, conducts the PADI Scuba Diver course at our Gaya Island beach house and his students are a family of four! Pablo’s MSDT rating is a highly valuable qualification to possess for the professional … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Borneo, IDC Graduates, IDC Sabah, SCUBA Diving Internships | Leave a comment

Lots of PADI Instructors assigned to our Adventure Group to provide our high standard of dive training

Our first Danish Adventure Group of the year are almost complete with their PADI Open Water Diver course! Before boarding our fast speedboats to the dive site, the students are supervised directly to perform their pre-dive equipment check with one … Continue reading

Posted in Dive Instructor Training, IDC Sabah, SCUBA Diving Internships | Leave a comment

Gain valuable experience assisting on PADI Discover Scuba Diving!

PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT) Martin assists one of our full time PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors Kaman, on the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre on Gaya Island, Borneo! The … Continue reading

Posted in IDC Malaysia, IDC Sabah, SCUBA Diving Internships | Leave a comment