First dive experience is a lasting impression!

Posted 04 Oct 2014

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The student divers first impression of their PADI Instructor and their teaching skills is what defines their first dive experience and their attitude afterwards!

Students simply mirror the behavior of their mentor, so a cheerful disposition and positive outlook is expected of the professional role model.

Every morning, our team of PADI professionals at our Gaya Island beach house greets their clients into the Dive Centre to discuss a schedule for their island activity.

For PADI courses and programs, explaining the administrative forms can go a long way to calming student divers’ nerves, and it’s required by PADI Standards to be completed before any in-water activity. As a professional diver, being extending knowledge base will benefit to efficiently handle problems.

Our dedicated PADI Instructor Along links why completing the administrative paperwork of the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program is a necessary procedure. Along discusses the basics of scuba diving, what skills his students will learn and master, and what are the inherent risks of SCUBA too. All points are summarized and stated in all the administrative forms – it’s ‘black and white’!

During the Instructor Development Course (IDC), all topics from marketing to law are covered to offer our Go PRO internship candidates the extensive knowledge they need to pass their Instructor Examination (IE) and become a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor and be confident dive educators throughout their career!

For more information on our Go PRO internship program to include the IDC, contact a member of staff at our Head Office to create a personalized itinerary for you to live the dream in Borneo!



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