07 Oct Last PADI IDC of the Year Starts 25 November on Bali
The last PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) for the year starts on 25 November at Joe’s Gone Diving. We still have a few places left, so make sure you don’t miss out.
The PADI Instructor Exams will take place on 8 and 9 December in Sanur.
PADI IDC and EFRi
The PADI Instructor Development Course is normally combined with the Emergency First Response Instructor Course as it is a requirement to become a PADI Dive Instructor. You will need 14-16 days to complete everything. If you do eLearning for part of your IDC, you will only need 14 days. Once you have passed your exams successfully, it is possible to continue your adventure with the PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer Prep Program. In this 3-day course, you will learn to teach 5 PADI Specialties, making your dive career more fun and making you more interesting for your future employers.
Our IDC groups are always small so you can get the attention you need from our in-house PADI Course Director Markus Gstrein. He will prepare you for the exams and much more, so you feel confident to start teaching after passing the exams. He is available for questions at any time before, during and after your IDC on Bali. He happily shares his extensive knowledge with you. Markus is originally from Austria and speaks, English, German and Spanish fluently.
Exclusive Access to Joe’s Classroom
At Joe’s Gone Diving we have developed an online IDC classroom to help you prepare for your PADI IDC. Once you sign up for your IDC with us, you will get exclusive access. Our classroom contains a wealth of information on dive theory. It offers you the option to test your knowledge via exams and has some great video with skills demonstrations.