Keen to continue your dive adventure and learn to teach PADI dive specialties? Joe’s Gone Diving Bali offers you a variety of dive specialties to choose from. You can opt for just taking one PADI specialty or go for our package of 5 dive specialties to prepare you for your Master Scuba Diver Trainer rating. Being able to teach dive specialties will make your dive career more interesting and will make you more interesting for potential employers. We have selected the most popular courses for your PADI MSDT course on Bali.
By taking one or more PADI Specialty Instructor courses with your Course Director you will not only learn the requirements for teaching each course, but also how to teach a safe, professional and fun course.
Who can join
To enroll into any of the PADI Specialty Instructor courses you will need to be a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. For the PADI Enriched Air Instructor Specialty course you will also need to be an enriched air (nitrox) diver. Not nitrox certified? No problem, you can become certified in half a day.
Course overview PADI MSDT course on Bali
At Joe’s you can choose from a wide range of PADI specialties, allowing you to opt for the specialties you enjoy most. Choose from Enriched Air (Nitrox), Wreck Diver, Deep Diver, Night diver, Digital Underwater Photography, Search and Recovery, Underwater Naturalist, Fish ID, Drift Diver, AWARE Shark Conservation or take all of them. Learn the requirements, practice the most important skills for each of the specialties and get tips & tricks on how to teach them in a fun and safe way.
Learn how to teach 5 specialties in 3 days in our PADI MSDT course on Bali
For our 3-day MSDT-prep program we selected the specialties that are most in demand. The most taught PADI Specialty is without a doubt enriched air (or nitrox). With this non-diving specialty course you learn how to teach divers to become safe enriched air divers. The other 4 specialties that are part our MSDT-prep program can be any of the following: wreck diving, deep diving, night diving, search and recovery, Fish ID, Dive against debris, O2 provider, drift, adaptive techniques, delayed surface marker buoy, equipment specialist, and/or sidemount.
Learn to teach the special techniques needed for exploring wrecks. With the famous USAT Liberty from WWII on our doorstep in Bali, the PADI Wreck Diver Specialty is one of the specialties that cannot be missed on your wish list. Or how about learning how to get divers excited about diving deep, at night or shark conservation and teach them the dive skills needed to make the most out of their dive experiences. With the exception of the nitrox specialty, all specialties involve diving on the beautiful Bali dive sites. So plenty of options to choose from to make your dive career even more exciting.
With these 5 specialties in your pocket, you can apply for the Master Scuba Diver Trainer status (MSDT) once you have certified 25 divers. An overnight stay in Tulamben is included, so you will have the chance to see the USAT Liberty from WWII at its best during night and day! Joe’s Gone Diving offers this program just after the PADI IDC so you can continue straight away if you like. Not enough time? Just contact us to take the courses another time.
Excited to become a PADI Specialty Dive Instructor? Contact us and book your single course or your MSDT prep course on Bali straight away.
What’s included in the MSDT Prep
Course price includes: 5 PADI Instructor Specialty courses, Course Director, transport, lunch & snacks, coffee, tea and water, towels, park and porter fees and taxes.
The PADI application fee for the PADI Instructor Specialty rating is AUD 101 per specialty for 2018. The application fee is not included in our course price.
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