Wreck Specialty Instructor

Wreck Specialty Instructor
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Wreck Specialty Instructor
PADI Wreck Diver Specialty Instructor Whether your first or your hundredth dive on a wreck, few moments in diving compare with descending on a wreck. The first few times, you sense the mystery and exhilaration of discovery. As you get to know it, each dive rings with familiarity, reminding you of your last visit. Over the years, you see changes from one dive to the next as the wreck gradually evo... Read More
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PADI Wreck Diver Specialty Instructor

Whether your first or your hundredth dive on a wreck, few moments in diving compare with descending on a wreck. The first few times, you sense the mystery and exhilaration of discovery. As you get to know it, each dive rings with familiarity, reminding you of your last visit. Over the years, you see changes from one dive to the next as the wreck gradually evolves from a work of humanity to part of the underwater world. On the other hand – especially in colder, freshwater environments, the wreck seems timeless – you grow older with the passing years, but it changes little.


Learn to Teach PADI Wreck Diver Specialty Course

As a PADI Specialty Instructor you will be able to offer your students the opportunity to take PADI Wreck diver specialty course.

You can guide your students as they develop the correct techniques and skills to safely plan and execute wreck dives within recreational dive limits.

PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course teaches the basic principles for fun, safe wreck diving. The course was designed for flexibility, so that what you teach applies when diving on both intact wrecks and wrecks that have become little more than a rubble pile. Whether wrecks interest you out of historical curiosity or because they’re artificial reefs with abundant life, this program will help your students enjoy wreck diving more and help them avoid potential problems.

 

To enroll to PADI Wreck Specialty Instructor

You must be, 

  • Be at least a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor or currently participating in or have completed an IDC/OWSI Program within the past 12 months.
  • IDC/OWSI candidates may apply for Specialty Instructor certification only after successfully completing a PADI IE.
  • Medically fit to dive.


The course consists of two sections:

  1. Knowledge Development
  2. Open Water training – 2 Wreck diver training dives

 

During the knowledge development section, you must complete the following:

  • Present a knowledge development presentation from the PADI Wreck diver specialty manual by prescriptively teaching a missed question from the knowledge review.
  • Review & understand the purpose and goals of the PADI Wreck diver specialty course.
  • Review & explain the Wreck Diver course standards and procedures from the PADI Specialty Course Instructor Guide and list all student and Instructor equipment requirements.
  • Demonstrate mastery of all knowledge development.
  • Describe how to conduct all course segments in a manner that enables divers to meet course performance requirements.
  • Participate in a marketing and promotional workshop where you will learn techniques to promote the Wreck specialty diver course to your students and the general diving public.
  • Participate in a pricing workshop.

 

During the the Open Water training, you must complete the following: 

  • Demonstrate mastery of all water skill performance requirements for the Wreck specialty diver course.
  • Conduct an Open Water teaching presentation from the Wreck diver specialty diver course.
  • Demonstrate all Wreck diver specialty diver Open Water performance requirements.

 Upon completion of all the course performance requirements, you will receive the PADI Wreck Specialty Instructor certification.

 

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