Learning how to help other divers is rewarding!

Posted 27 Jun 2014

 

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Vui How, one of our full time PADI IDC Staff Instructors and member of the Go PRO team at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC beach house on Gaya Island teaches a group of four students the PADI Rescue Diver course and integrating the Emergency First Response concurrently.

Divers continue their education for many reasons and the PADI Rescue Diver course is awesome fun to learn, as well as to teach! The Emergency First Response course provides the basic first aid skills to assist another in need of care. These skills are prevalent in the PADI Rescue Diver course too, which encourages the student to retain their newfound knowledge.

The benefit of repeating skills is because when the student decides to begin their professional career, there is already a foundation to begin with.

Development through experience is necessary for the PADI Divemaster to confidently deal with any dive emergency. Three of Vui How’s students are currently undergoing a Downbelow-created 1-year program to certify as a PADI Divemaster and during their time with us, they will gain valuable real diving experience and insight into the business of a dive operation.

Whatever the level of your dive education, our dedicated team of PADI professionals will deliver the highest standard of quality dive training to get you to live your diving dream!

Get in touch with one of our Head Office staff to enquire about the PADI programs and courses we offer and how you can Go PRO soon at Gaya Island!



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