On a Go PRO internship: Time to improve diver abilities!

Posted 22 Mar 2015

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Aspiring professional divers need time to improve diver abilities, and on a Go PRO internship at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre, candidates are recommended to complete 1 month to do just that!

Gaining experience within the professional scuba diving industry needs the time for practising all diver abilities, which range from assisting on PADI courses and programs to contributing efforts on a conservation project.

Candidate Jed, entered the world of SCUBA as a non-certified diver, and now after 2 months experiencing all that he can with our dive operations, he receives dive training towards his PADI Divemaster qualification.

His Go PRO internship is a rare and special one for us at Downbelow, and it’s a very commendable decision for Jed to have made. But because he had no experience in diving, Jed considered (and immediately accepted!) to personalise his Go PRO internship program itinerary to be longer than a month, so as to best prepare him for employment within the dive industry when he completes the PADI Divemaster.

It seems a very easy decision for Jed to enrol on our next PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC), but he will be taking a break after learning all the way from the entry-level PADI Open Water Diver to the PADI Divemaster! As a treat to himself for completing so much dive training, Jed is looking forward to one of Sabah’s most intense challenges: climbing Mount Kinabalu, as well as the Guinness World records’ highest via Ferrata Low’s Peak!

For more information on Go PRO internship programs, contact our Go PRO advisors based at our Sabah Travel Centre to discuss a suitable itinerary….to include a Sabah adventure too!



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