10 04 17 - 14:00
PADI Divemasters and Dive Instructors need to have an indepth dive knowledge. To help you get prepared for the dive theory for your PADI Divemaster course or PADI IDC on Bali, Joe's Gone Diving discusses various topics in this blog. This time, we dive into the very first physics topic in the PADI Open Water course: buoyancy.
29 03 17 - 00:05
When you take your PADI Divemaster course at Joe’s Gone Diving on Bali, one of the things you will learn is how to give great dive briefings. Giving a good dive briefing is one of the requirements to pass the PADI Divemaster course. At Joe’s, you won’t just be giving a briefing once, we will ask you to give dive briefings as often as possible so you will feel confident by the time you passed your PADI Divemaster training.
This month, Steve, one of the amazing PADI Divemasters at Joe’s on Bali, will give you some insight into the secrets of giving great dive briefings.
22 03 17 - 21:29
At Joe’s Gone Diving we prepare you to be best prepared as a going to be Divemaster or Instructor. Preparation is everything if you want to be a successful Divemaster or PADI Instructor. These days it is not enough just doing briefings and jump into the water. You want to stand out and be one step ahead of your competitors. This is a guide to be best prepared so your students or customers have their best and safest day possible.
16 03 17 - 00:11
Are you always the first diver who signals low on air, while the rest still has a 100 bar while surfacing. Are you watching your dive guide carefully to see if he breaths at all or has gills. How would it otherwise explain the full tank after surfacing.
Or do you always suspect that your tank is leaking. If this sounds a lot like you, then we have a few simple tips for you in this blog to become just as sufficient with air as all the divers you envy.