PADI Specialty Instructor courses
After becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI), you'll want to teach divers specific types of diving (dependent on what your local area offers.) To do this you need to be able to teach PADI Specialties. By enrolling in our PADI Specialty Instructor courses you can heighten your students' comfort level and strengthening their underwater skills, ultimately helping them to enjoy diving more than ever before. Teaching specialty courses greatly improves your employment prospects and earning potential as an Instructor. Teaching specialty courses is rewarding, fun and allows you to convey your enthusiasm and interest in specialized diving activities to your students.
PADI Specialty Instructors:
Teach PADI Specialty courses to divers in a variety of areas, from wreck diving to underwater videography.
PADI Assistant Instructor or Open Water Scuba Instructor
Minimum Time for Completion:
- Enriched Air
- Gas Blender
- Search & Recovery
- Dolphin Rebreather*
- Project Aware specialty
- Aware fish identification
- PADI Sidemount diver (Distinctive unique to UDC)*
- Diver Propulsion Vehicle
- Emergency O2 provider
*may have additional costs and training requirements at diver level
Take a 1-2 day PADI Specialty Instructor course with our Course Directors and IDC Staff Instructors! You don’t need to wait until you have issued 25 certifications in order to teach a specialty - you only need 10 dives in that area to qualify (instead of the 20 dives required by the direct application method), and you’ll also save money on your application to PADI.
Individual course prices can vary from $160-200 + manuals and PADI application fees, for best value if you have time consider our PADI MSDT program.
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