For those with a language barrier, developing their PADI professional diver training is more challenging, but PADI standards appreciate this and candidates will be administered an oral exam.
Aroldo’s first language isn’t English, as a matter of fact English is his 3rd language after Italian and Portugese! This is not a learning disability, however in the case that the language is not the candidate’s first spoken language they may opt to complete an oral exam.
Before even starting the 1-month PADI Divemaster Go PRO internship program, Aroldo was already consulted by our experienced Go PRO advisors on what his options were to successfully complete his training.
E-learning and dive theory study in certain languages is an option available to candidates, as well as the final examination questions too.
A learning disability doesn’t damage the chances of a diver to Go PRO either – if anything it would inspire future divers to continue their diver education themselves, knowing their PADI Instructor succeeded!
For more information on internship programs at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre, contact our Go PRO advisors.
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