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  • You may consider Thailand as the best place to do scuba diving. Why not be a PADI professional in this country. It may seem difficult if you don’t know the “ins” and “outs” of this sport, but all you’ll ever need to do is enroll in a PADI instructor course in Thailand, and you’re good to go. However, you may need to take series of diving courses until you become a professional dive instructor.

    The first course to take to become a PADI pro is the PADI open water course, which will last three days and provide you a foundational knowledge to dive safely and without supervision. This dive course will take you to a depth of 18-metres until you master the sport. If you want to go deeper, you’ll need to take up the PADI advanced course, which makes you go to a maximum depth of 30-metres. Dive students stop there if their only purpose is to recreate themselves.

    However, there are dive students who still want to broaden their knowledge and improve the underwater skills, so they continue with their dive education. If you want to be trained with a PADI rescue diver course, you become a certified first aider, which only takes half a day. The course is not only helpful during emergencies and accidents, but you can apply it to your daily lives.

    Some divers want to pursue taking up the PADI instructor course in Thailand, especially that the country is more relaxed with its lovely and warm sea conditions. The course will take four to six weeks to complete, but it can be done faster if the student has limited time. Here you’re taught scuba diving theories and practical applications. The trainees are taught how to assist certified divers and help PADI instructors teach a variety of courses. Even if you have no plans of working as a dive master, the course makes you feel confident and experienced in the seawater. However, if you want to work as a PADI instructor, you’ll need to take an exam to qualify.

    You’ll still need to take up more PADI dive courses to make you a real professional in the field of scuba diving. Just check out some great dive centres in Thailand and learn the sport from basic to professional.

    Posted by AnnitaRMarshall @ 3:33 PM

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