The IDC encompasses the dive theory from all previous PADI courses of the Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver and the Divemaster, which is good news for the IDC candidate. All the knowledge development and practical dive training go hand-in-hand and there is a link between them all, and just about all dive skills can easily be viewed as practising marine conservation.
Aisyah from our currently running January/February IDC practices delivering a knowledge development teaching presentation to her peers. She incorporates the use of an entertaining training aid, which was creatively designed from recycled materials to form a makeshift apparatus representing divers’ lungs, and it focuses on the objective of maintaining positive buoyancy to prevent problems in diving. The value of understanding barotrauma means fully understanding that buoyancy control is necessary to avoid barotrauma, and to master the neutral buoyancy skill will best prepare a diver to tour an underwater reef without damaging the marine environment.
Marine conservation at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre is always a lively educational program because we know entertainment is the best environment for learning something as unique as protecting and preserving the natural environment!
Get more information about the programs we offer our Go PRO interns to experience one of the most fulfilling aspects of the dive lifestyle in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah – marine conservation!
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