Divemaster Bali is probably everyone’s dream job. Working in the best environment of tourism and conservative area, meeting good and cool people, and of course seeing countless of beautiful wildlife creatures more often. It sounds like no stress and pressure when working as a Divemaster Bali. However, just like any other job, the more fun it looks like the harder it is to get. Divemaster itself is someone who helps the scuba diving instructor in terms of teaching scuba diving lessons. The person is responsible for organizing, directing and leading the recreational scuba diving activities. A divemaster should supervise scuba divers in the level of uncertified and beginners. The roles do not sound difficult, right? Now, please check out these steps of becoming a PADI Divemaster Bali that might give you another impression about the job.
Complete the requirements for Divemaster Bali
To be able to conduct the roles of a Divemaster Bali, one is required to be at least 18 years old with a medical statement signed by a physician within the last 12 months before applying to a Divemaster course. If you want to become one of the person who dive for work, then you should, in any case, be able to dive by means of completed both the Open Water course and the Advanced Open Water course. Besides that, you should also be certified as a rescue diver and completed the Emergency Fast Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the past 24 months. Last but not least, you should have the experience of At least 40 logged dives to begin the course and 60 dives to earn the certification at least 40 logged dives to begin the course and 60 dives to earn the certification of Divemaster Bali.
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Attend the Divemaster course and pass the exams
PADI (Professional Assossiation of Diving Instructors), one of the world’s largest organisation for recreational scuba diving, has nine chapters of theory lessons for all the enrolled divemaster candidates. These chapters include: 1) The role and characteristics of the PADI Divemaster; 2) Supervising Diving Activities; 3) Assisting with Student Divers; 4) Diver Safety and Risk Management; 5) Dive Master Conducted Programs; 6) Specialized Skills and Activities; 7) The business of Diving and Your career; 8) Awareness of the Dive Environment; and 9) Dive Theory Review. After the divemaster candidates have completed all the chapters, the instructor will give them 2 exams, both of which are multiple choice. On top of that there will also be some workshops and underwater sessions before you can finally become a Divemaster Bali.