PADI OPEN WATER COURSE SCUBA INSTRUCTOR
Do your Open Water Scuba Instructor Course with “Óscar Alegre", director of the course in Hammersea de Jávea.
We have everything you need to live a unique experience and take the step to turn your passion into a way of life where you’re the one to set limits.
Our great experienced team will help you achieve your goal.
The training as OWSI + EFRI includes:
- The system and philosophy of teaching.
- Marketing of the diving industry.
- How to achieve success as an instructor.
- How to teach the theory, pool and open water.
- Basic principles of continuing education
- And much more…
As an OWSI + EFR instructor you can teach:
- Discover Scuba Diver.
- Scuba Diver.
- Open Water Diver.
- Advanced Open Water Diver.
- Rescue Diver.
- EFR (SVB, FA, …).
- Buoyancy control.
- Project Aware.
- OWSI and EFR course.
- Workshop diving with Rebreather.
- Technical diving workshop.
- Nitrox Instructor
Does not include:
- Diving equipment.
- Accident Insurance and Professional CR.
- Transfers and accommodation (we arrange accommodation).
- Fees (PADI € 819 and candidate kit IDC + EFR € 665).
- OWSI and EFRI teaching materials.
Price PADI Instructor Course:
€ 900 IDC + EFR
IDC + ERFI + RATES + ACCOMMODATION IN MP + MATERIAL IDC / EFRI + NITROX INSTRUCTOR: € 2,950
If you become a PADI instructor, you will be recognized anywhere in the world and you can work on what you like in thousands of centers around the globe. You will be able to direct any of the PADI courses from Discover Scuba Diving or christening to the Divemaster. To teach the different specialty courses you will need additional training.
What will you learn during the course?
- During the course you will learn how to apply the PADI Training System by exposing at least
- Two presentations of teaching in confined water.
- Two presentations of knowledge development.
- An open water teaching presentation integrating two exercises.
You will also attend and participate in the following 14 curriculum presentations:
- Orientation of the course.
- Overview of the diving industry.
- General standards and procedure.
- The role of the media and prescriptive teaching.
- Legal responsibility and risk management.
- PADI Scuba Diver and Open Water Diver courses.
- Adaptive teaching.
- PADI Philosophy of continuous training.
- Commercial basics of the diving instructor.
- Adventures in Diving Program.
- Specialty diving courses and the Master Scuba Diver program.
- Rescue Diver course.
- Divemaster course.
- Diver retention programs.
- How to teach the PIR (Instructors from training organizations of recreational divers other than PADI, must do it).
You will demonstrate competence in
- Completing the 20 diving exercises that make up the Skill Evaluation.
- Completing with your face in the water, a swim of 800 meters/yards without stopping, using a mask, tube and fins.
During the course, you will need to demonstrate proficiency in diving theory, passing the five sections of the theoretical exam with a minimum score of 75% in each.
- Be certified as PADI Divemaster or PADI Assistant Instructor or be an instructor in good standing of another diving training organization for at least six months (check with a PADI Course Director or contact us for qualification credentials).
- Be certified as Emergency First Response Instructor.
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Be certified as a diver for at least six months.
- Have 60 registered dives that include experience in night, deep diving and navigation to participate in the IDC. You will need 100 logged dives to take the Instructor Exam.
- Have a CPR and First Aid training test within the last 24 months. The Emergency First Response course meets this requirement.
- Be fit for diving and submit a Medical Declaration signed by a doctor within the last 12 months.