Show your professional PADI Divemaster attitude when delivering a dive briefing to your clients.
Before you ask what is a professional attitude, ask yourself: What is the behaviour of a PADI professional who is respected by their diving clients?
For many professional divers, their experiences of observing others teach, whether a mentor or a colleague, is powerful inspiration for continuing their professional dive education.
Under the direct supervision of Staff Instructor Tim, Go PRO intern Rob delivers a dive briefing for 3 of our guests from the US who are participating in the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program. This program is a 1-day ‘try dive’ experience, which means there is a higher level of supervision and control, and this needs to be demonstrated during the briefings. As with all briefings conducted at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre, the prominent point to be made is diver safety. The attitude that comes across from a PADI Divemaster (even in-training, such as Rob himself!), makes the difference between an anxious diver who has little faith in their guide, and the relaxed diver who has no doubt their guide prioritises their safety above all else!
Get more details on how we can include the PADI Divemaster course training into one of our successful Go PRO internship programs in Sabah to be the professional divers want to dive with!
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