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As a PADI Divemaster, the first professional step in the recreational dive industry, you will assist instructors during training courses or independently guide certified divers, conduct snorkelling, and refresher programs. Our philosophy for DM training is to allow you to experience how a dive centre operates on a day-to-day basis. Enquire to know more about becoming a PADI Divemaster in India.


Anyone with a passion for the underwater world and a desire to spread that passion among others, and also be:

• Over 18 years old and under 60
• PADI Rescue Diver or equivalent
• Logged 40 dives
• Completed EFR Primary and Secondary Care training within 24 months
• Medically evaluated and cleared for scuba diving by a doctor within 6 months

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The PADI Divemaster course involves classroom lessons and practical applications with real students under the direct supervision of a PADI Instructor. The various components of the course include diving theory in depth, diver safety and risk management, the business of diving, awareness of the dive environment, etc. It generally takes about 2-3 months to not merely meet but achieve mastery of the skills required to complete the course. During this time, you will be treated like a member of the staff and get to learn not only diving but also a dive professional’s way of life.

If you are not a certified diver already, you can sign up for the Zero to Hero programme which covers all the prerequisite courses and dives before starting the DM training.


In order to teach PADI courses, such as Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water Diver, Rescue, and even Divemaster courses, one must be a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, which is the natural career progression for a Divemaster.