(Presseportal openBroadcast) - Gili Islands, Indonesia - Over the past three years the PADI IDC Indonesia Program in the Gili Islands has gone from strength to strength in providing dive professionals with a first class education and the necessary skills to progress within the recreational diving industry. The program, having already been awarded for its commitment to providing professional PADI Instructor training, is now attracting more and more people looking for a quality educational experience. The course is fully conducted by PADI Course Director Holly Macleod who has not only repeatedly been awarded the Platinum PADI Status in respect of pure professionalism and commitment to Instructor Development, but has also been repeatedly awarded the Elite 300 Instructor Award denoting the high level of experience in Instructor training during each calendar year.
There are many opportunities to join the program in 2016 as it is offered on a monthly basis…
January 16th – 26th January (Pre-IDC 11th - 15Jan)
February 20th Feb - 01st Mar (Pre-IDC 15th - 19th Feb)
March 26th Mar – 5 Apr (Pre-IDC 21st - 25th March)
April / May 30th April – 10th May (Pre-IDC 25th - 29th April)
June 4th – 14th June (Pre-IDC May 30th - 3rd June)
July 9th – 19th July (Pre-IDC 4th - 8th July)
August 13th – 23rd Aug (Pre-IDC 08th - 12thAug)
September 17th – 27th Sept (Pre-IDC 12 - 16th Sept)
October 17th – 21st Oct (Pre-IDC 17th - 21st Oct)
Nov / Dec 26th – 6th Dec (Pre-IDC 21st - 25th Nov)
The course includes a 5 day preparation course which is designed to review and develop the knowledge and skills from the Divemaster Course to a demonstration standard. The Pre-IDC program is designed to review Physics, Physiology, RDP, Equipment and Dive Skills & Environment topics which should be covered in any Divemaster Course. There is also some water skills practiced along with the Rescue Exercise 7 from the PADI Rescue Diver Course.
During the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC), candidates will participate in a variety of sessions in the classroom, confined water and open water.
Classroom Sessions involve candidates participating in a variety of workshops and presentations including Marketing, The 4 E’s of sales, Diver Retention, The Business of Diving, Risk Management and Diver Acquisition. There will also be specific sessions assigned to candidates conducting their classroom presentations whilst being evaluated by Platinum PADI Course Director Holly Macleod.
Confined Water Sessions take place in the swimming pool and will include the Discover Scuba Diving (DSD) Workshop, The PADI Skill Circuit Workshop, The Rescue Workshop, The Student Control and Positioning Workshop. Candidates will also be evaluated on their individual Confined Water teaching presentations. During confined sessions there is also plenty of time allocated for Skills and Rescue Exercise 7 practice.
In Open Water Sessions candidates will present their Individual Open Water Presentation and take part in a variety of workshops including the CESA and Descents workshops, Student Control Workshops, Adventures in Diving Workshops and Rescue Workshops. There will also be further Rescue Exercise 7 practice and skill development sessions
For more about the PADI Gili Islands Indonesia Award winning program and the PADI IDC Indonesia Group simply contact Holly Macleod now!!
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