Instructors: Are you ready to become a
PADI Specialty Instructor
AND a Master Scuba Diver Trainer?
After becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) you'll want to teach divers specific types of diving, you need to be able to teach PADI Specialties. By doing so you can heighten your students' comfort level and strengthen their underwater skills, ultimately leading to their enjoyment of diving more than ever before.
Taking these courses from a PADI Course Director will provide you with valuable hands-on training, technique demonstrations, course marketing information, current PADI Standards information and, when applicable, instructor-level open water training.
AED for Scuba Diving
Suunto Computer Assisted Diver
Digital UW Photographer
Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diver
DSAT Gas Blender
Dry Suit Diver
Care for Children with AED
Emergency First Response
Snapshot Photographer (Pool)
Cold Water Diver
Oxygen First Aid
Underwater Snapshot Photographer
Search & Recovery
First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life
To become a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer you
need to be able to teach 5 PADI specialties
(Note: AWARE Coral Reef Conservation, Peak Performance Buoyancy, and
Project AWARE do NOT count toward those 5).