Divers want to see more to learn more! Get certified as a PADI Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) Specialty Instructor!

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Continuing your education as a professional dive educator should be an awesome time just as your PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) was and because your student will definitely have fun when you start teaching the PADI Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) Specialty course!

The PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT) course, is a natural progression for Go PRO divers to continue their dive education to improve their supervisory and instructional abilities!

The Go PRO candidate chooses five PADI Specialties to contribute toward their rating as PADI MSDT and the PADI DPV Specialty Instructor course is great fun for both the Instructor and the student!

Our resident Platinum PADI Course Director Richard Swann conducts the MSDT course and he will assess his students’ organisation of the logistics of their PADI DPV Specialty Instructor course. Independence as a dive professional is important, however Richard will oversee the dives himself. Each candidate must role-play as a student, a certified assistant and the Instructor. As the Instructor, the candidate will supervise the diving activities so as to make sure the DPV is handled with care and the student is being environmentally conscious at all times!

Professional development must be fulfilling and serve as a stimulant to continue dive education to improve the standard of training offered by PADI professional within the scuba diving industry.

As soon as you decide to Go PRO and beyond, get in touch with one of our helpful and friendly Head Office staff. We will organise an itinerary to address your individual needs to live your diving dream!

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