How does a PADI Instructor teach the CESA skill?


The CESA, or controlled emergency swimming ascent, is one of the most important scuba diving skills and is a performance requirement in both confined water and open water of the PADI Open Water Diver course!

Candidates of our Instructor Development Course (IDC) find the CESA is a dive skill that requires the highest level of their instructional skills!

During teaching presentations of the CESA candidates find their awareness is heightened to organize and conduct the skill safely for their student divers.

After observing our Go PRO team of PADI Instructor Trainers conduct the skill, within a workshop specifically dedicated to successfully controlling the safety of this skill, candidates begin to understand the importance of supervision in both confined and open water environments!

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