Here at Blue Season Bali, our Divemaster internship program is aimed at completing two primary goals. First, we include information, workshops and seminars which are far beyond the requirements of the basic PADI Divemaster training. We do this with the goal of making you the most well-rounded and knowledgeable Divemaster possible.
Second, we place a high emphasis in developing your Divemaster skills and theory up to instructor level. So, when you move on to take your Instructor Development Course, it’s an absolute walk in the park.
Sure, as a PADI Career Development Center we conduct all courses in compliance with PADI Standards, but there’s nothing that says we have to stop there. We have built loads of professional development seminars, workshops and clinics into our revolving internship schedule which are aimed at making you the most complete and competent dive professional possible.
Yes, we’re all about professional development here at Blue Season Bali, but I know from experience that many people don’t do their Divemaster training to become a professional diver- they want to spend a few months becoming a ridiculously good diver. So, how exactly can I help make you a better diver? Well, how about perfect trim for starters? If you’re not diving in a straight horizontal attitude, you’re wasting energy and that precious tank of gas on your back. How about turning 360 degrees without actually moving anywhere? Helicopter turns. Can do. Or perhaps you’d like to learn how to fin backwards? Yes, it is possible. Trust me on this one. These are just a few of the techniques which can take your diving up to a professional level. I call it “underwater sexiness” and it is important! Even if you are already an experienced diver, I bet you can improve your diving after just a few skills clinics with our professional development team.
The key to our scuba diving internship program is that you learn what it really means to be a professional diver. You will work alongside our Divemasters, Instructors and Course Directors learning the ropes as you develop your professional-level dive skills and knowledge. Your peer candidates form a great reservoir for the theory and knowledge development portions of your training. Meaning, you can work as a group to discuss and better understand things which may have taken you hours to study individually. Result!
Depending on the dive internship you choose, you will receive special seminars and workshops such as:
These are just a few of the extras that you may receive. You might start to notice why Blue Season Bali stands head and shoulders above the rest for Scuba Diving Internships.
Our professional team is headed up by our onsite PADI Gold Course Director, Richard Reardon. Assisted by Master Instructor, Yoshi Ono. We have a full team of experienced, multilingual PADI Instructors ready to help you to reach your Professional Diving Goals.