Are you a seasoned scuba diving instructor and wish to crossover and teach the range of PADI Courses? Trawangan Dive has the answer with the PADI IDC Gili Islands Crossover program in Gili Trawangan.
Why choose Trawangan Dive to take the crossover course?
Gili Trawangan is a rapidly growing area for PADI certifications and dive centers on the island are always looking for PADI Instructors. Although our award winning Platinum PADI Course Director always strongly encourages crossover candidates to take the full IDC at no extra cost, it is also possible to take advantage of some free fun dives before or even sometimes during the Instructor Development Course (IDC). One certified as a PADI Scuba Diving Instructor you will be able to look for a job locally whilst drawing upon both your previous experience and your knowledge of the local dive sites. Trawangan Dive is currently the only PADI 5 Star Career Development Center (CDC) on Gili Trawangan and was the first to be established in the Gili Islands and therefore exceeds the standards usually expected from a PADI 5 Star IDC Center. All Instructor level programs are conducted by Platinum PADI Course Director Holly Macleod who has won multiple awards for her Instructor level programs offered in Gili Trawangan.
What is involved in the PADI IDC Indonesia program?
The Instructor Development Course (IDC) runs every month at Trawangan Dive and is conducted over a period of 11 days with and additional 4 days of pre IDC preparation.
The pre IDC preparation is run over a 4 day period, basically designed for candidates to brush up on dive theory and get prepared for the IDC. During the actual Instructor Development Course you will be working alonside the PADI Course Director and Staff Instructors to develop your teaching ability in three main area’s. The classroom sessions will be used to brush up on theoretical diving knowledge and take some practice exams in preperation for the final PADI Instructor Examination and to practice teaching topics from the knoledge development section of the Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water Diver, Rescue Diver, Divemaster and Project AWARE programs. The onsite training pool will be used to practice the full skill circuit from the Open Water course and develop these skills to a demonstration standard, practice all rescue exercises and in particular exercise 7 from the Rescue Diver Course, take part in the IDC DSD workshops and of course practice presentations from the confined section of the Open Water Diver Course. In open water candidates will practice their Open Water presentations by teahing skills and sections of the Open Water, Adventures in Diving and Rescue courses and again practice Rescue Exercise 7. Other components of the course include the business of diving, how to market yourself or your dive centre, and how to manage risk and legal responsibility. During the program these sessions are split evenly so as to keep candidates fresh, focused and having fun during their training.