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Let's take a look at the steps to follow according to representative organizations diving.

diving instructor training steps

 

Diving instructor training steps

 

FOR FRENCH ORGANIZATIONS , the levels are broken down as follows: 

 

 DIVING LEVELS  (FFESSM, ANMP, SNMP, FSGT),

  


  1. Discover   : First discovery.

 

Cours discover CMAS


The new Discover Scuba Diving program gives you the gateway to a new world. In the world of the Blue Planet, you will discover an even richer and more exciting environment than you dreamed of. No doubt: you will be excited!

 

The Discover Scuba Diving CMAS program is a perfect start to CMAS training. In one day at most, you perform your first diver experience, guided and accompanied by a professional.

 

-What can you expect?


First, a lot of fun and a new fascinating experience! The first underwater breaths, weightlessness, colors - and all this, with a feeling of total security in the company of a professional CMAS. You will ask for more! At the end of the training, you receive a certificate that allows you as Discover Scuba Diver to continue your training as a diver at over 4,700 diving centers worldwide.

 

Diving independently is only a few steps away


After the Discover Scuba Diving program, you can begin your training towards CMAS Scuba Diver or Open Water Diver patents. No matter which one you choose, you are two fingers away from discovering all the secrets of the underwater world. With a few additional steps you can experience these emotions forever and around the world. Make your dream come true

 

  1. Level 1   : Learning basic techniques and theory to dive framed in the 20m zone.

 

1 * CMAS Divers


-Objective:
the diver will be able to evolve on a bottom of 10 to 15 meters maximum in protected water, with a comrade of the same level, remaining in the curve of safety. They must be able to ensure their safety. They will not be able to dive in the water.

 

-Prerequisites:
none


-Number of lessons:
theory: 5 lessons
dives and practical exercises: 6 lessons

 

cmas 1 etoile

 

  1. Level 2   : Improvement of basic techniques and theoretical and practical learning to dive framed in the 40m zone and dive independently in the 20m zone.

 

2 * CMAS Plunger Patents


-Objective:
the diver will be able to evolve on a bottom of 20 to 25 meters maximum, with a comrade of the same level, remaining in principle in the curve of safety. They must be able to ensure their safety. They are able to dive in the water.

 

-Prerequisites:
P * CMAS or a training deemed equivalent


-Number of lessons:
theory: 5-6 lessons
dives and exercises: 10 lessons

The P ** can be done in modular form:

A special "orientation"
course A "rescue technique"
special course A "P **" special course

 

cmas 2 etoile

 

Emergency First Response: Training on techniques and theory of first aid.

 

The goal of Emergency First Response training is to build the confidence of lay rescuers to be more responsive to a medical emergency. Participants learn to follow simple steps to administer first aid and practice practicing techniques in a relaxed learning environment. All courses are supported by self-study textbooks, videos and quick reference cards to enhance learning and get started straight.

EFR courses meet the requirements for CPR training and first aid for the Level 2 course and all professional levels. Most Instructors are also Emergency First Response Instructors.

The following EFR courses are based on internationally recognized guidelines for medical care

 

EFR cmas

 

  1. Level 3   : Technical and theoretical development to dive in autonomy in the 60m zone.

 

3 * CMAS Plungers


-Objective:
the diver will be able to evolve on a bottom of 20 to 25 meters maximum, with a comrade of the same level, remaining in principle in the curve of safety. They must be able to ensure their safety. They are able to dive in the water.

 

-Prerequisites:
P * CMAS or a training deemed equivalent


-Number of lessons:

theory: 5-6 lessons
dives and practical exercises: 10 lessons

The P *** can be done in modular form:

A special "palm, mask, snorkel"
course A special "decompression diving"
course A special "safety management"
course A special "dive direction" course

 

cmas 3 etoile

 

  1. Level 4 / Guide of Palanquée   : Stage leading to the function of supervisor in diving exploration

 

4 * CMAS Plungers


-1. CONDITIONS OF APPLICATION
- Be at least 18 years old on the day of the exam.

- Hold a level II diver or level III diver

- Present the logbook,

- To be in possession of a medical certificate of no contraindication to the submarine diving

less than one year old and established by a licensed physician.

- Hold a CPS (First Aid Certificate)

 

-2. CONTROL OF ACQUIS
2.1. Attestation of Ability to Pass Level IV

capability

It is essential to validate the aptitude certificates prior to the exam

in himself :

* Ability to present events at 40 meters

* Ability to present rescue and assistance tests (flippers or vest)

* Ability to present the CSR test

* Ability to drive in the median space (zone of 20 meters)

Each aptitude must be signed by a Level 3 minimum supervisor, and is valid

for 9 months from the date of establishment.

2.2. Level IV Autonomous Diver Certification Tests Capacitaire

2.2.1. Practical tests

* 100 meters PMT, apnea of ​​20 seconds at 5 meters depth, recovery

10 seconds on the surface, look for the manikin (apparent weight of 1.5 kg) on

a bottom of 3 to 5 meters and tow it over 100 meters (Coefficient 2).

Scale: less than 4'30 '' 16 pts ...

from 5'45 '' to 6'00 '' 10 pts ...

from 7'31 '' to 8'00 '' 6 pts

more than 8 '' Eliminated

+ 1 to 4 pts for the manikin that must be applicable to a victim

real.

* 800 meters PMT (Coefficient 1)

Scale: less than 10'30 '' 20 pts ...

from 15'01 '' to 15'30 '' 10 pts ...

from 17'31 '' to 18'00 '' 5 pts

more than 18 'Eliminated

* Free diving at 10 meters (Coefficient 1)

* 500 meters covered (Made in less than 13 '/ Not done)

* 20 meter palm rescue and 2 'surface towing (Coefficient3)

* Descent into the blue at 40 meters (Coefficient 1)

* Exchange of signs at 40 meters and recovery of two on a tip (Coefficient 4)

* Mask emptying at 40 meters (Done / Not done)

* Rise without tip of 20 meters (Coefficient 2)

* Rescue at the buoy or assistance of 30 meters (Coefficient 2)

* Seamanship (Coefficient 2)

- Each test is scored out of 20. The minimum total to be received is 180 (without

qualifying marks, ie less than 5 for all events).

- The benefit of the practical part is valid during 9 months and 2 sessions of

catch-up, if the candidate has obtained at least 80 points in the theoretical part,

even with an eliminatory mark.

- The practical tests must all take place within 4 days

maximum, with identical equipment for all events (combination,

fins, weighting calculated for an apparent weight of zero at 3 meters depth)

2.2.2. Theoretical tests

Written tests :

* Problems: Resolution of at least one dive table problem (Duration approx.

30 '- Coefficient 3)

* Accidents: Symptoms and immediate treatment of diving accidents (Duration

approx. 30 '- Coefficient 3)

* Physics: Practical notions applied to diving (Duration about 30 '- Coefficient

1)

* Physiology: Practical concepts applied to diving (Duration about 30 '-

Coefficient 1)

Oral or written tests:

* Regulation (Duration about 15 '- Coefficient 2)

Oral tests:

* Material: Practical and theoretical notions (Duration about 45 '- Coefficient 2)

- Each test is scored out of 20. The minimum total to be received is 120 (without

count the qualifying scores).

- The benefit of the practical part is valid during 9 months and 2 sessions of

catch-up, if the candidate has obtained at least 120 points in the theoretical part

even with an eliminatory mark.

- Nota Bene :

* Autonomous level IV diver sessions are organized either at

the level of the club, department or region.

* The jury must be composed of at least two level 4 supervisors including at least one

regional instructor delegated by the Regional Technical Commission.

 

cmas 4 etoile

 

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  LEVELS TEACHERS  (FFESSM and FSGT: voluntary sector)

 

  1. Initiator  (possible from level 2): ​​Qualification leading to the function of basin director (pool) and the ability to train beginner divers (baptism, level 1) and level 2 divers if the initiator is in addition Level 4 Diving.

 

  1. Instructor 1st degree   : Qualification allowing the teaching of all levels of diver in the zone of 40m

 

CMAS TDA Monitor 1 *

 

Application
-Requirements - Be 18 years of age on the date of the exam,

--Bear Level 3 or Level 4 or CMAS Instructor Assistant or Recognized Organization

-- Hold the certificate of First Aid Instructor (CMAS, EFR or other recognized)

--Have at least 150 dives to his credit, including 30 in the last year with at least 10 dives

--Present a medical certificate of no contraindication to the practice of underwater diving less than a year old.

--Have done in chronological order the teaching courses

 

moniteur cmas 1 etoile

 

  1. 2nd degree  instructor: Qualification allowing the teaching of all levels monitor

 

CMAS TDA Monitor 2 *

 

Application Requirements
-- Be 20 years of age on the date of the exam,

-- Hold the CMAS 1 * Moniteur certificate or a recognized organization

-- Hold the certificate of First Aid Instructor (CMAS, EFR or other recognized)

-- Have at least 300 dives to his credit, including 30 in the last year with at least 10 dives

-- Present a medical certificate of no contraindication to the practice of underwater diving less than a year old.

-- Have done in chronological order the teaching courses

 

moniteur cmas 2 etoile

 

Third Degree Instructor  : Qualification for Teaching Instructor

 

CMAS TDA Monitor 3 *

 

Conditions of application -
-Be 23 years old at the date of the exam, -
-Hold a CMAS 2 * or a recognized organization
--Master of First Aid (CMAS, EFR or other recognized)
-- Have at least 500 dives to his credit
--Present a medical certificate of no contraindication to the practice of underwater diving less than a year old.


Theory
The candidate monitor *** is responsible for the entire course infrastructure and monitoring of the examiner's plan.

This includes of course knowledge in theory and practice.

A high level of initiative and an increased sense of responsibility is required.

 

moniteur cmas 3 etoile




ATTENTION: as specified above, none of these levels can ensure the payment of a salary in France. However, there are reductions of training towards the "Pro" sector for the holders of these titles.  As such, for access to a BPJESP, it is advisable to go through the MF1 first. (See our article on this subject) 

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FOR FOREIGN ORGANIZATIONS , (Here will be presented only the PADI levels, the most represented organization in the world): 

LEVELS DIVERS 


  1. Discover Scuba Divine or Baptism   : First discovery.

 

The new Discover Scuba Diving program gives you the gateway to a new world. In the world of the Blue Planet, you will discover an even richer and more exciting environment than you dreamed of. No doubt: you will be excited!

 

Discover Scuba Diving's PADI program is a perfect start to PADI training. In one day at most, you perform your first diver experience, guided and accompanied by a professional.

 

-What can you expect?


First, a lot of fun and a new fascinating experience! The first underwater breaths, weightlessness, colors - and all that, with a total sense of security in the company of a professional PADI. You will ask for more! At the end of the training, you receive a certificate that allows you as Discover Scuba Diver to continue your training as a diver at over 4,700 diving centers worldwide.

Diving independently is only a few steps away


After the Discover Scuba Diving program, you can begin your training towards the PADI Scuba Diver or Open Water Diver patents. No matter which one you choose, you are two fingers away from discovering all the secrets of the underwater world. With a few additional steps you can experience these emotions forever and around the world. Make your dream come true

 

  1. Scuba Diver:  Learning basic techniques and theory to dive framed in the 12m zone.

 

Register for the PADI Scuba Diver course

 

-You have little time available, but a crazy desire to become a patented diver?

-The Scuba Diver PADI patent is for you!

 

This course requires less time than the PADI Open Water Diver course, as it covers only the first three of the five theoretical knowledge development chapters, the first three of the five pool sessions, and the first two of the four training dives. in the wild, resulting in limited certification. If you want to dive with a dive guide or if you have little time to devote to your diving license, consider becoming a PADI Scuba Diver.

 

This patent allows you to experiment with many types of dives and it is a good preparation for the Open Water Diver course, if this one is your final goal. PADI Scuba Diver divers are qualified to:

Diving under the direct supervision of a Divemaster, Assistant Instructor or PADI Instructor up to a maximum depth of 12 meters / 40 feet.
Have air bottles filled, rent or buy diving equipment and participate in other diving activities, provided that the supervision conditions are met.


Continue their diving training and complete the Open Water Diver course and other courses, such as the Project AWARE Specialty and the Diving Equipment Specialty Course.

padi Scuba Diver

 

  1. Open Water   : Learning techniques and theory to dive in autonomy up to 18m.

 

If you've always wanted to scuba dive, experience an unparalleled adventure and see the world under the waves, this is where it begins. Get your scuba diving certification with the PADI Open Water Diver course - the most popular and widely recognized dive course in the world. Millions of people have learned scuba diving with this course and continue to discover the wonders of the aquatic world.

 

To register for a PADI Open Water Diver (or Junior Open Water Diver) course, you must be at least 10 years old. You must know how to swim and be in good physical health. No prior diving experience is required.

 

padi open water

 

  1. Advanced Open Water   : Learning additional techniques to dive up to 30m in autonomy.

 

That's what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is. You do not need to be an expert to follow - it is designed for you to  advance  in diving, so you can start directly after getting your PADI Open Water Diver.

 

The course allows you to develop your self-confidence and improve your techniques on different Adventure Dives dives. You try different specialties by gaining experience under the supervision of your PADI instructor. You record dives and develop your abilities by discovering new ways to have fun diving.

Get a credit! Each Adventure Dive dive can be credited for the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty Diver course. If you have already taken a specialty course, ask your instructor if you have a credit for an Adventure Dive dive.

 

padi advance open water

  1. PADI Specialties  : Training supplement on specific topics (Deep, Drift, Wreck, Night, Nitrox, ...)

 

The Adventure Diver course is a part of the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course. Ever wanted to try digital underwater photography, fish identification or dry suit diving?

There is a long list of adventure dives that you can discover in this program. Complete three Adventure Dives dives and get Adventure Diver certification.

 

It's a great opportunity to work with your instructor to develop your diving skills and gain more confidence in yourself.

Discover what you like and enjoy even more diving.

Get a credit! Each Adventure Dive dive can be credited for the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty Diver course. If you have already taken a specialty course, ask your instructor if you have a credit for an Adventure Dive dive.

PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or higher divers, aged 10 or older, can register for the Adventure Diver course. Young divers may only participate in some Adventure Dive dives - check with your PADI instructor.

 

padi specialitée

 

Emergency First Response: Training on techniques and theory of first aid.

 

The goal of Emergency First Response training is to build the confidence of lay rescuers to be more responsive to a medical emergency. Participants learn to follow simple steps to administer first aid and practice practicing techniques in a relaxed learning environment. All courses are supported by self-study textbooks, videos and quick reference cards to enhance learning and get started straight.

 

EFR courses meet the requirements for CPR and first aid training for the PADI Rescue Diver course and all professional levels. Most PADI Instructors are also Emergency First Response Instructors.

 

The following EFR courses are based on internationally recognized guidelines for medical care.

EFR padi

 

  1. Rescue Diver   : Training on Diving Rescue Techniques and Theory .

 


Divers describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the biggest but most rewarding challenge they have ever experienced. Why?

 

Because you learn to prevent and manage problems in the water, and to have more confidence in your diving skills, knowing that you can help others when needed. During the course, you learn to become a better pair by practicing the problem-solving exercises until it becomes a reflex. Plus, the class is really fun - it's serious, but we laugh a lot while learning.

 

PADI divers (Junior) Adventure Divers aged at least 12 years old who have completed the Adventure Dive Diving Orientation dive can register for the Rescue Diver course. You must also have completed Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the last 24 months.

You can take this training during the Rescue Diver course. Your instructor may also suggest that you attend the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course at the same time.

 

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       « PROs » PADI

 

  1. Divemaster   : First level Pro PADI, qualification to supervise other divers and start teaching as a qualified assistant.
  

-Do you love scuba diving?

-Would you like to share it with others at a whole new level?

 

Take the Divemaster course and make your passion a career. Divers are turning to Divemasters because they are leaders who guide and motivate others. As a Divemaster, you not only dive a lot, but you also discover the joy of seeing other people dive with as much pleasure as you do.

 

The PADI Divemaster course is your first level of professional training. By working closely with a PADI Instructor, you will improve your diving skills, such as effortless ludion, and improve your rescue skills to easily anticipate and solve common problems. You will develop your knowledge and skills in diving management and supervision to become a model in all areas for divers.

 

As a PADI Divemaster, you will guide others as you oversee dive activities or serve as an assistant during dive training. Whether you want to work in a remote diving destination or at a local dive shop, the adventure of your life awaits you. PADI Divemasters are respected dive professionals who align with the most respected dive organization in the world - PADI.

 

divemaster padi

 

  1. Instructor Assistant   : First PADI qualification on learning diving pedagogy. An AI can already certify some PADI levels (can be done during an Instructor Internship).

 

If you love people, are passionate about diving and want a great life - become a PADI Instructor. Teaching diving allows you to share your passion for the aquatic world with others while doing what you love - being in the water. PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor instructors and PADI instructor assistants are the most sought-after dive professionals in the world because they have completed the program that sets the standards for training dive professionals. Get the PADI Instructor level requires commitment and hard work, but you are rewarded with a job that allows you to share incredible underwater adventures with others - transforming their lives for a better while enriching yours .

 

Are you ready to join the ranks of the dedicated professionals who teach the most modern and popular dive training programs in the world? So, become a PROSM by following the IDC instructor training.

 

Instructor Development Course (IDC) consists of two parts - the Assistant Instructor Course (AI) and the Open Water Scuba Instructor Program (OWSI). Most dive professionals complete a full IDC and then participate in an Instructor Examination (IE), the final step towards PADI Instructor certification.

 

Completing only the IA course, qualifies for the PADI Instructor Assistant qualification. When an AI is ready to continue, he can participate in the OWSI program, and then an IE, to get the full level of PADI Instructor.

 

Diving professionals holding an instructor rating from another recognized dive training organization may register directly for the OWSI program. This recognition of their prior instructor training is access to becoming a PADI Instructor.

 

Assistant Instructeur padi

 

  1. Instructor or Open Water Scuba Istructor (OWSI)  : Diploma to validate all PADI levels up to the Divemaster

 

If you love people, are passionate about diving and want a great life - become a PADI Instructor. Teaching diving allows you to share your passion for the aquatic world with others while doing what you love - being in the water. PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor instructors and PADI instructor assistants are the most sought-after dive professionals in the world because they have completed the program that sets the standards for training dive professionals. Get the PADI Instructor level requires commitment and hard work, but you are rewarded with a job that allows you to share incredible underwater adventures with others - transforming their lives for a better while enriching yours .

 

Are you ready to join the ranks of the dedicated professionals who teach the most modern and popular dive training programs in the world? So, become a PROSM by following the IDC instructor training.

 

Instructor Development Course (IDC) consists of two parts - the Assistant Instructor Course (AI) and the Open Water Scuba Instructor Program (OWSI). Most dive professionals complete a full IDC and then participate in an Instructor Examination (IE), the final step towards PADI Instructor certification.

 

Completing only the IA course, qualifies for the PADI Instructor Assistant qualification. When an AI is ready to continue, he can participate in the OWSI program, and then an IE, to get the full level of PADI Instructor.

 

Diving professionals holding an instructor rating from another recognized dive training organization may register directly for the OWSI program. This recognition of their prior instructor training is access to becoming a PADI Instructor.

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Instructeur ou Open Water Scuba Istructeur (OWSI) padi

 

  1. Specialty Instructor   : Title allowing to deliver levels of specialty (deep, wreck, night, ...)

 

More scuba diving and fun sharing what you love - that's exactly what it's all about. The best way to learn how to make your specialties really interesting is to take a specialty instructor course with your PADI Course Director. The training provides you with educational advice and practical experience that you can apply immediately. There is a big choice between the 25 standardized PADI Specialty courses and the many distinctive specialties - do not wait, go ahead.

 

All PADI PADI Instructors will benefit from specialty instructor training, particularly those who wish to attain the Master Scuba Diver ™ Trainer (MSDT) level which requires at least five PADI Specialty Instructor certifications.

 

PADI Instructor Assistants, PADI Instructor Candidates and Divemasters can register for some Specialty Instructor courses. Some specialties have additional prerequisites and certification requirements - ask your PADI Course Director for more details.

 

padi specialitée instructeur

 

  1. Master Scuba Diver Instructor:  PADI qualification recognizing an OWSI holder of 5 levels of specialty instructor

 

The PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer qualification sets you apart as a diving instructor taking continuing education seriously and pledging to teach a variety of courses. (Potential employers appreciate these characteristics). Being MSDT means that you have the experience and certifications to offer all the training required for the diver to become Master Scuba Diver - the highest level in recreational diving.

 

All PADI Instructors who have certified at least 25 PADI divers and are PADI Specialty Instructor certified in five specialties can be Master Scuba Diver Trainer. This level is the next step in the professional ladder, it is also a prerequisite for the IDC Staff Instructor as well as for many levels of TecRec Instructor.

 

You're not there yet? Ask your PADI Course Director for information on the Master Scuba Diver Trainer course.

 

Master Scuba Diver Instructeur padi

 

  1. IDC Staff:  Level to teach Assistant Instructor courses alone and OWSI courses in doubles with a Course Director,

 

Just as divers are turning to the divemaster, the instructor candidates respect the IDC Staff Instructors. These, as the name suggests, help with instructor training and share their wisdom and experience with new PADI leaders. The IDC Staff Instructor course gives you in-depth knowledge of the instructor training process and prepares you to shape the next generation of PADI professionals. It is also an excellent career choice.

 

Master Scuba Diver Trainers (MSDTs) who are ready to be excellent models and agree to use the PADI System and its components in their entirety can register for the IDC Staff Instructor course.

 

IDC Staff padi

 

  1. Master Instructor:  Level recognizing an Instructor on his PADI course

 

PADI Master Instructors are recognized as the elite dive educators, who by their commitment and hard work have proven to be leaders in the dive industry. You get the qualification of Master Instructor by highlighting what it means to be a scuba diving professional thanks to your pedagogical and ethical efforts.

 

Master Instructeur padi

 

  1. Course Director:  Last level PADI Pro that allows to deliver all qualifications PADI Pros.

 

The PADI Course Directors are PADI Master Instructors who have made the move to join an elite group of instructor trainers. The Course Directors conduct the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) and other instructor-level courses. They are the leaders and the most influential models in the scuba diving industry. It is the highest and most respected professional level qualification in recreational diving. To become a Course Director you must be selected through a competitive application process that examines your educational experience and goals and earn a place in the Course Director Training Course (CDTC).

 

PADI Master Instructors who have proven pedagogical experience and have attended several PADI Instructor (IDC) trainings can apply. You must also be an EFR Instructor Trainer, have registered at least 250 dives, have experience of a job in a PADI Dive Center or Resort and meet the other requirements listed on the most recent CDTC application available for download on the PADI Pros Site.

 

Course Directeur padi



ATTENTION: abroad a Divemaster can already claim remuneration. They are often used to make safety on boats, to supervise exploration or to manage sales in dive shops.

 

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