Go Pro..... PADI Divmeaster is the first step in becoming a dive professional within the recreational dive industry. From here you can move onto become a PADI Open Water Dive Instructor and Specialty Dive Instructor.

Our Divemaster program is run over three months (minimum) and is designed to take you through the diving theory, skills practicum and diver management skills you need to guide diving groups locally, interstate & overseas. To act as an instructional assistant when working with an Instructor & students on course. And to work confidently within the dive industry as a dive professional

On this program you will complete topics in:

:: Diving physics, physiology and decompression theory
:: Diving equipment and the aquatic environment.
:: Leader Stress & Rescue
:: Group Management
:: Leading Special Dives
:: Scuba Skills Update and Snorkel Programs
:: Assistant Instructor, Dive Con and beyond

Participants gain valuable experience in many aspects of a small dive operation from filling tanks, maintaining equipment and retail sales through to organising and managing boat dives, running snorkelling programs and acting as an instructional assistant on Open Water and Specialty courses under the direct supervision of their Instructor.

By working with real students and divers and experiencing real life situations you will learn to deal with and manage situations that can arise at any time as a Dive Leader. With a mix of home based study and classroom sessions, skills development and stamina tests you will have the opportunity of becoming a confident, safe and happy PADI Divemaster.


Academic work introduces new material and provides a foundation of knowledge. With a mix of lectures, DVD presentations, home study, workshops and question & answer sessions each component reinforces the other, creating a total teaching system.


Putting into practice what you learn at a theoretical level is the best way of cementing that knowledge. You will go through a number of practical sessions from problem solving and logistical management to demonstrating fundamental dive skills and completing stamina tests and rescue scenarios.

Program includes:

:: PADI Divemaster learning materials
:: Instructor-led training sessions – boat/shore/classroom based.
:: Instructor and pool fees.
:: Unlimited airfills/use of tanks
:: Comprehensive training in the practical aspects of running a medium sized dive operation with two dive vessels

*Scuba equipment must include primary regulator, octopus regulator, BCD, pressure gauge, depth gauge (or dive computer), compass, exposure suit, weight system and scuba cylinder.

As a dive professional it is expected that candidates own their own scuba equipment which must be of dive leader quality. Whilst hire equipment is available owing your own gear will be an essential part of your professional development. Scuba packages are available through the store.

Payment plans are available…. talk to Bill or Julia about your options

Program requirements:

:: PADI Rescue Diver certification – or equivalent - minimum of 50 logged dives to start
:: Minimum of 60 logged dives for final certification
:: Scuba* and snorkelling equipment.
:: Bathers and towel.
:: Current dive medical and first aid/CPR.
:: Minimum age is 18 years with no maximum age.


64 Owen St, Huskisson NSW 2540 ph:  (02) 44 415 255 fax: (02) 44 417 113 email: info@divejervisbay.com