PADI Go Pro Assistant Instructor

The A.I.course is the first step on the formal road to achieving your OWSI certification.

Why PADI Go Pro Assistant Instructor?

The course takes candidate into the depth, structure and processess ofthe PADI system of diver education. Presentation skills for theory sessions, confined water and open water sessions are included in the course curriculum.

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How do I book myself on a course?

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Course Comments...

Below are comments from previous customers who have taken this course. If you have taken this course with us within the past six months please feel free to post your comments.

"One of the aspects I particularly like about the PADI Assistant Instructor Course at Cardiff Scuba was the emphasis they placed on taking responsibility for diver safety.

However, such emphasis is only possible if students come prepared (since it is a tough course!) with the solution being to make sure you are up-to-date on dive theory before you arrive.This allows the Staff Instructors to really personalise your development.

The objective for me was to reach the standard necessary to undertake my PADI OWSI Course and the subsequent Instructor Examination.

The value of doing the course with Cardiff Scuba is that they developed us beyond the standard necessary to engage with the OWSI and complete the IE, and so we all passed with flying colours!

A big thanks to Rob Sutherland and the team at Cardiff Scuba."

From Richard Lilley, course taken September 2012

"So where do I start. I have just finished my Assistant Instructor course and what a course it is. You learn so much.

I think that when people do their first diving courses they go along not realising the amount of work that goes on behind the scene. To now understand this is a true eye-opener.

I would just like to say a big thank you to Rob for the time and support he put into the course and the way things were run - I have learnt so much.

Anybody thinking of doing any form of diving course please consider Cardiff Scuba as your first port of call.

I would also like to say thanks to Mark and a big well done to my fellow students: Mudge, Jason and John and for all the support that everyone gave each other. Well done again. Andy B "

From Andy Bennett, course taken February 2010

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Further information on PADI Go Pro Assistant Instructor (back to top)

PADI Go Pro Assistant Instructor

What do I need to start?

PADI IDC Crew Pack

What will I do?

3 LONG days of Lectures, Pool skills and then Open Water skills. Standards Exam Prepare presentations and then deliver them!! Skills circuit

How long will it take?

3 Full days starting early morning and finishing late at night

What will I receive at the start of the course?

Full dive kit for both Confined and Open Water sessions. All required reading material.

What previous experience do I need?

You must have your Divemaster certification, Current CPR and 1st AID certfiication (EFR) and you must have a current medical certificate of fitness to dive.

What do the fees include?

All professional tuition Pool entrance fees Insurance while on the course Exam Fees Airfills

What don't fees include?

All required reading materials Any kit requirments Entrance fees to the Open Dive site (where applicable)

What can I do once I'm qualified?

Perform the duties of an Assistant Instructor in accordance with the authorisation afforded to A.I.\'s through PADI.

What's next?

Successfull completion of the A.I. course allows condidates to progress to part two of the IDC - the OWSI programme.