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IDC internship note – Diving Physics

IDC internship note – Diving Physics

Diving Physics – Henry’s Law, Charles’s Law and Boyle’s law Have you ever wondered how you can improve your diving experience? Do you always come back to the surface suffering from shortness of breath or even pressure injuries? Have you ever experienced sharp pains in your ears when diving? Well, you are not alone. While diving is one of the most body and mind stimulating outdoor activities,…

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Fun With Physics: Teaching Buoyancy Basics

Fun With Physics: Teaching Buoyancy Basics

What do you get if you mix a lime, a tomato and an egg? Answer: a buoyancy training aid. We learn about the importance of buoyancy as beginner divers in the very first module of our first course, because it is important for our enjoyment, safety and protection of the fragile aquatic environment. By the time we reach professional level training these skills are honed. It’s…

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How to Make Underwater Map for Briefing

How to Make Underwater Map for Briefing

One of the greatest skills every divemaster must possess is the ability to draw a map of the diving site to guarantee safety and also enhance the experience of divers. Mapping skills emanate from a deep knowledge of the diving site. This is a skill that will determine how good the interns under the divemaster will turn out to be. Doing divemaster internship in Bali…

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Divemaster Internship: Doing Briefing Efficiently as Dive Leader

Divemaster Internship: Doing Briefing Efficiently as Dive Leader

If you are an avid diver, you appreciate how crucial having the right information before a dive is. Especially in Bali when water conditions can change abruptly or exposure to extreme weather conditions, the right information before all your dive is important. Whether you are doing your internship or you already have some experience under your belt, it is important to take briefing before a dive…

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Rescue of an Unconscious Diver Underwater

Rescue of an Unconscious Diver Underwater

If a diver falls unconscious and the regulator falls out of his or her mouth, it should not be replaced because by manipulating the person’s airway, there will be a risk of water entering in. There is an exception though, if the dive was in a cave or under ice, then it will need to be purged first and then replaced. In the event that…

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Calculating SCR (Surface Consumption Rate)

Calculating SCR (Surface Consumption Rate)

If you want to check the progress on the air tank, you need to simply keep track of it. However, as you gain diving experience, you will become more relaxed in the water and you will therefore consume less air. We have covered about  circulation and respiration for your PADI IDC theory program before, we also need to consider on how to track the air you…

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5 steps to handle a missing diver scenario

5 steps to handle a missing diver scenario

Scuba diving is an enjoyable and safe sport, as long as safe diving practices are followed. All entry-level certifications teach about proper diving procedures and after certification divers are allowed to dive (with a buddy) unsupervised. In the PADI Rescue Diver course divers learn to look after other people. It’s a great step towards professional diving certifications like Divemaster or Instructor. For the first time…

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Bali Pre-IDC Preparation List

Bali Pre-IDC Preparation List

Has it been a while since you’ve been in the classroom? When I did my IDC, it had been over a year since I completed my Divemaster training. If you’re in the same boat, try these 5 things to get the gears rolling and prepare yourself before your IDC begins. Check out your old course materials: Since you will be teaching the courses you have…

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Prepare yourself for your Divemaster Internship abroad… tips no one ever told you | Blue Season Bali

Prepare yourself for your Divemaster Internship abroad… tips no one ever told you | Blue Season Bali

You are about to embark on your Divemaster Internship adventure abroad but need some more tips? No need to fear, here are my secret 3 tips I wish I knew before starting my 2-Month Divemaster Internship. Brush up on your Skill Circuit   There is no better way to impress your mentor than acing your first demonstration of the 24 skills in the Skill Circuit….

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