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Since becoming a PADI Instructor Training Facility , we have successfully trained several Divemasters to become PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors.


- PADI Divemaster Certification or equivalent
Proof of 100 logged dives
Medical examination (diving) within last 12 months
PADI Emergency First Responder or equivalent in past 24 months

9 day course
Pool fees
Tanks, weights and air fills

Full scuba equipment including regulator with pressure gauge, depth gauge, compass and octopus, buoyancy compensator with power inflator, timing device, weight belt, and wet suit. A student discount of up to 20% on equipment rent during the program.

- All PADI Divemaster materials
PADI Instructor Manual
Instructor Candidate Workbook
Law & the Diving Professional
Confined & Open Water teaching slates


Sinai Dive Club PADI Instructor Course is designed to teach the candidate “how to teach” in the real world of dive instruction. This is not just a “how to pass” the Instructor Examination course. You will learn how to teach in the classroom, pool and in open water. The course will hone your personal diving skills to instructor level. Rescue skills will be practiced and perfected each of the four days in open water. During the IDC, attention will also be focused on becoming familiar with the PADI Instructor Manual and IDC Candidate Workbook. These books are invaluable learning tools during and after the IDC. Upon completing our IDC, you will have an excellent understanding how PADI Standards are used and applied – these are the code that PADI Instructors live by. Upon successful completion of the PADI IDC, you will qualify for the PADI Instructor Examination (IE). If it has been awhile since your Divemaster certification or you feel a bit rusty on your Divemaster knowledge and skills, You may wish to investigate our IDC Prep program prior to the IDC course itself.

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