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PADI Divemaster training is the first level of professionalism in the PADI diving system and is the starting point for a career in the diving industry. Divemasters are indispensable parts of the diving industry who can lead groups in both terrestrial and aquatic environments, and set a role model for correct diving habits and practices. Within the scope of the training, Divemaster candidates not only develop their leadership skills, but also undergo a full training in physics, physiology, diving charts, air calculations, direction finding with and without a compass, all emergency exit techniques, materials and diving conditions in theoretical training.
In the water part of the training, there are confined water and open water applications. The susceptibility to water, which is the main environment of diving activity, and adequacy to the environment are evaluated depending on distance, time and endurance. Demonstration quality skills are mastered at a level that can teach basic diving skills to people who do not know how to dive. In offshore practice, Divemaster candidates do internships with dive students and certified divers under the direct supervision of an instructor.
Conditions of Participation;
To have PADI Advanced Open Water and PADI Rescue Diver certificates, to be 18 years of age or older, to have 40 registered dives, to have completed EFR Primary and Secondary Care training within the last 24 months, to have passed the health check and by a doctor having a certified health report in the last 12 months indicating that you can dive.
In addition to the above during certification; You must have 60 registered dives, including Night Diving, Deep Diving, and Underwater Navigation, and have read and accepted the PADI Membership and License Agreement.

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