‘Pro Diving’ experience is the real scuba diving experience, with real clients in real dive situations, and our Go PRO internships allow candidates that time to practise the skills!
Leanne practised conducting the ReActivate program with another Go PRO intern completing their 24 SCUBA skills circuit, and both were being evaluated by PADI IDC Staff Instructor and Go PRO team member Strike.
After practising a skill, there’s chance for remediation to improve and gain more confidence, which is necessary before ‘going out there’ (so to speak!) The PADI Divemaster course is given a minimum of 50 hours to complete according to PADI Standards, which is an average of 5 daylight hours and over 10-11 days, but that might not be enough for candidates to truly believe they’re ready to start work as a dive guide.
Leanne scored very well on the practise of the ReActivate program, and with time to practise conducting it more, she will be confident to lead certified divers in a leisure diving program or upgrading referred divers to the PADI Open Water Diver course under the supervision of an Instructor.
Our Sabah Travel Centre Go PRO advisors will highly advise for candidates to complete any professional scuba diving internship in 1 month to immerse themselves in the dive lifestyle through observing our own dive operations.
Get in touch with our experienced advisors for more details on our Go PRO internships in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah to gain confidence for the ‘Pro Diver’ industry!
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