Non-divers can complete EFR Instructor training!

Posted 11 May 2015

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At either our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre or Kota Kinabalu HQ multimedia classroom facilities, non-divers can complete Emergency First Response (EFR) Instructor training!

It’s a serious subject that many enjoy learning, and inevitable enjoy teaching it too. To qualify as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI), the EFR Instructor is also a requirement to exit the PADI Instructor Examination (IE). Meaning, until both pre-requisites are fulfilled only, will PADI offices process the OWSI certification and the applicant can begin teaching after receiving their notification!

Mavic Relayson, our client from the Philippines, is planning to learn to dive though – straight after her EFRI course under the supervision of PADI Master Instructor Paul Jones. The following day, Mavic will begin her PADI Open Water Diver course, which will take 3-4 days; a day trip to the Monsopiad Cultural Village the day after; and climbing Mount Kinabalu on our 2D1N standard climbing package to reach the Low’s Peak summit! We wouldn’t be at all surprised if she comes back to our Sabah Travel Centre to continue her dive education on a Go PRO internship program!

For more details on the EFR Instructor course, Go PRO internship programs and any of our attractive travels and tours packages, contact us for an itinerary personalised for you!



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