Divers, recreational and professional, want to keep the incredible memories of their scuba diving experiences. The PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty course is one of the most popular PADI Specialties.
As a PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty Instructor you will be introducing your student diver to a creative discipline. Many divers of different experience levels are enthusiastic about photography and benefit greatly from taking this PADI Specialty Course.
This course can be integrated into the PADI Open Water course, allowing your student to use a camera system of their own choosing.
As their instructor you will supervise their dives to suggest camera positioning, various camera settings and assist your students’ neutral buoyancy to demonstrate care for the environment.
What makes this PADI Specialty the most popular to learn and to teach, is that anyone can complete the course and there is no minimum age, which means the opportunity to teach this course is plentiful.
You must be certified in the PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty course itself before starting the Instructor-level course. If you do not have this credential, we can conduct it concurrently with your training for the instructor rating.
The PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty Instructor qualification counts as a pre-requisite instructor specialty towards the Master Scuba Diver Trainer qualification.
Employers view a Master Scuba Diver Trainer as a professional of a variety of interests and one who enjoys teaching their student divers to become proficient recreational divers.
At Downbelow, the PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer is integrated into 1-month internship program. Within the month, every day will be an opportunity to develop instructional skills and build on training from Specialty Instructor courses.
At Downbelow, we can teach and qualify you as PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty Instructor so you can capture your career development!