Instructor and students during scuba diving lessons
Padi IDC – Padi Instructor Development Centre in Cyprus. Easy Divers
Start making the right choices and become PADI scuba diving instructor, it starts you on the most rewarding and super exciting careers of your life. Get your chance to meet new people every day, travel the world and begin to share your passion for the underwater world.
We know that with all the diving enthusiasm you have for teaching scuba should be passed on to your students. Just a smile on their faces after their Padi Discover Scuba Diving or their Padi Openwater Course, they will not stop talking about the adventure.
Training to be a Padi Instructor starts with first completing the Padi Divemaster Course and the making the choice to take your PADI IDC.
The Full Padi IDC will take around 9 days to complete with a Padi Course Director like Joey A. Ridge at Easy Divers in Protaras Cyprus.
The PADI Instructor Development Course (Padi IDC) is an 9-day course, depending some choices like eLearning or a more traditional method conducted by the Padi Course Director and help prepare IDC candidates to become ready as PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors.
Easy Divers Padi IDC is divided into two distinct segments.
The first section is the 3-day (Padi eLearning) or 5-day(traditional) PADI Assistant Instructor (Padi AI) course.
Each section can be scheduled as a stand-alone course or completed all together at once. The Padi IDC Curriculum emphasis is focused on instructor development approach and is not to tests or stress you out! This makes learning easier, fun and more relaxing when learning to be a Padi Instructor.
Padi IDC Training components in the PADI Instructor Development Course Curriculum:
Course Orientation Developing Knowledge Development Presentations Prescriptive Teaching Presentations Teaching in Confined Water Confined Water Teaching Presentations Conducting Open Water Dives Open Water Teaching Presentations General Standards and Procedures Open Water Diver Course Adventures in Diving Program and Workshop Discover Scuba Diving Workshop Rescue Diver Course and Workshop Divemaster Course Risk Management
Sections Available through Padi Padi eLearning or for Presentation in Class:
Learning, Instruction and the PADI System General Standards and Procedures Risk Management Marketing Diving Start Diving Teaching PADI Specialty Diver Courses Business of Diving Keep Diving How to Teach the RDP
Dive Equipment Requirements:
Full set of scuba gear including compass, knife, pocket mask, dive computer.
Padi IDC Entry Requirements:
Proof of PADI Open Water, Advanced, Rescue and Divemaster certifications (or qualifying certification from another training organization).
Certified Open Water Diver for at least 6 months
First Aid and CPR training for Adult, Infant and Child within the last 24 months (PADI Emergency First Response certification recommended)
PADI Diving Medical Statement signed by a physician and dated within the last 12 months
Proof of at least 60 logged open water scuba dives