What to do after finish your PADI Divemaster Course
Finally, you passed a PADI Divemaster Course but question what to do next? Becoming a qualified PADI Divemaster is about presenting yourself as a responsible and strong leader, and willing to pass on the knowledge to future scuba instructors. This means you are authorized to do a variety of jobs including but not limited to:
- Supervising training and non-training-related activities by organizing and directing dive sessions
- Assisting a PADI Instructor during the training sessions for PADI courses
- Conducting the PADI Skin Diver course and PADI Discover Snorkeling program
- Conducting the PADI Discover Local Diving experience
- Conducting the PADI Scuba Review program
So many options await you after you finish your PADI Divemaster Course but where do I start? Many of our PADI Divemaster graduates ask us this question. Below are just a few of the available options available to you as a certified Divemaster.
Freelancing: Many new PADI Divemaster begins to build experience through freelancing. This allows time to get familiar with the industry, develop working connections, meet many likeminded people, and explore the unexplored while traveling the world. Freelance Divemasters get to experience the many facets of the industry and gain experience working under many different systems of management.
Become an underwater digital photographer: If you are a competent photographer and you enjoy underwater photography, you may fancy in taking up a job that requires you to capture your scuba diving adventures or help divers bring home some memories. Beneath the glistening surface of the ocean lies a jaw-dropping world. A lot of dive shops and dive industry businesses need somebody to capture this beauty.
Working on a boat: diving liveaboards are a great way to travel the world and dive various areas! If being on a boat appeal to you or if you have any boat qualifications, you may well be the perfect candidate for a job on a private charter, a yacht or a liveaboard.
Become a PADI Instructor: If you like to work in a team and find smiles on your student’s faces rewarding, becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor is the way to go. Teaching people how to dive is very rewarding, and if you feel this could be your dream job then you may want to start considering taking your PADI IDC.
If it’s traveling around the world, capturing our watery planet, or becoming a teacher, Blue Season Bali can give you the opportunity to try out and become a PADI Divemaster. We provide state of the art facilities and we have on site a great team of dive professionals that are here to help you succeed. We are proud of our 100% safety record and proud about being a PADI ‘Five Star Career Development Centre’. If you have any questions or want to book a PADI Divemaster Course with us, contact now! We’ll be more than happy to take you through the world of scuba diving.