PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT) Prep.
Save time and money by taking a MSDT Preparation Course. When you take you Specialty Instructor Training with a PADI Course Director not only will you gain hands on training and experience, you only need 10 logged dives in each area to apply for that Specialty. You can also begin teaching Specialties sooner as you do not have to document any teaching experience!
Note: MSDT Preparation pricing includes dives from a list of predetermined PADI Specialty Instructor Courses. Typical Specialties include: PADI Enriched Air Instructor, PADI Deep Diver Instructor, PADI Night Instructor, PADI Drysuit Instructor and PADI Search and Recovery Instructor (other Specialty Instructor ratings are available).
Training will include 2 evenings of theory and 5 dives. Aside from basic PADI theory additional advanced diving topics will be discussed.
Note: Specialty Instructor Outlines not included.
Note: PADI Wreck Instructor is conducted as a separate program.
PADI Wreck Instructor
Wreck diving is a highly specialized type of diving which requires a specific set of skills, knowledge and techniques. Although Wreck Specialties rank as one of the most popular specialties taught by instructors, dive centre’s, and resorts, it remains difficult to find instructors who have training and experience in proper Wreck diving techniques. By taking PADI Wreck Specialty Instructor training with Greg McCracken, you will be assured that you will learn the essential knowledge and skills required to conduct a proper wreck program that will meet standards determined by the technical / overhead diving community.
Although the PADI Wreck Specialty is an entry level / experience program, it is important to realize that it still involves an overhead environment and instructors should be properly trained. Time will be spent to ensure that you are a qualified entry level Wreck Instructor upon completion of your training.
Training will include theory and at least 4 dives including at least one wreck penetration dive.
Topics will include:
1. Special equipment considerations including, but not limited to: lighting, guidelines, reel handling and redundant breathing systems.
2. The techniques, planning and organization procedures of wreck penetration diving.
3. The hazards and emergency procedures of wreck penetration diving.
Tuition: $295.00 (boat charter additional)