donderdag 25 juli 2013
IDC Gili Islands July Day 10 The days are easy at the IDC at Oceans 5 IDC dive resort Gili Air, Indonesia. They start at 8.30 and end at 16.30. Maybe the candidates have some homework, but most of the time this is already made by them. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] Day 10 had again a classroom presentation and this time Project AWARE and Coral Reef Conservation was the topic. This was for the IDC the 4th classroom presentation and all went smooth. Perfect scores and happy faces. In the afternoon there was their 2th Open Water presentation. During the Instructor Development Course (IDC) the IDC candidates practiced already 5 times a confined open water presentation this one was easy. Again great scores and smiles. But we lost 2 masks during practicing the rescue exercise 7: the unconscious diver at the surface with pocket mask. If you are diving Hans Reef, North of Gili Air, have a good look. For more information about the IDC: http://www.indonesia-idc.com or our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Padi.instructor.development.courses.indonesia
woensdag 24 juli 2013
IDC Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia The IDC Gili Islands is almost over, the candidates have done almost all assignments and have listen to the IDC presentations of PADI Course Director Sander Buis. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] Today the IDC candidates were in the morning in the pool for Confined Open Water Assignment 5, and in the afternoon in the classroom for their class room presentations. It looks like that the candidates are doing it for years because there are no problems at all with both assignments. During lunch time there was the 800 meter ice race between Valitina and Marcos, the loser have to pay a week long ice creans to everyone who joins the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) at Oceans 5 dive resort, inclusive the staff. For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com or our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Padi.instructor.development.courses.indonesia
maandag 22 juli 2013
IDC Gili Islands July Day 7 Today the candidates started in the 25 meter pool at Oceans 5 IDC dive resort, confined open water presentation 3. The skills free flow regulator, deep water exit and cramp removal. All these skills look easy when you see them, but actually there are a lot of things were you instructor have to think of during the skill. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] The candidates were well prepared and passed with good scores. In the afternoon Course Director Sander Buis explained how to use an PADI Instructor manual. There was a presentation about the General Standards and Procedures, and the students had to make some practice questions. At 16.00 the day was over. Everyone tired, but no homework for the next day. Tomorrow its a relaxing day. Practicing rescue skills the whole morning, and an unexpected Confined Open Water presentation for the candidates. During lunch they will get an assignment and they have to prepare it in 10 minutes. Oceans 5 dive resort and Course Director Sander Buis are preparing the candidates for the real life. In real life an instructor does not have 1 or 2 hours or longer to prepare a course. You, as an instructor, should be ready any time. We will have some serious fun! For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com or our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Padi.instructor.development.courses.indonesia
zaterdag 20 juli 2013
The IDC on the Gili Islands with IDC Dive resort Oceans 5 dive Gili Air is almost half way. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] The candidates are understanding the principles of all the teaching presentation, confined and classroom. And it is just practicing their knowledge and implementing it in their assignments. It was the second day of classroom presentation and confined water presentations. This time Course Director Sander Buis and IDC Staff Instructor in training Mellie were a little bit more strict. If you become a Dive Instructor you are going to take people into a pool. These people have been maybe never been underwater before in their life. That is way control become so important, even in the pool. But The control of people becomes even more important when it come to diving with people in the open water. The open water is more unpredictable than the pool, there can be currents, marine life, waves, bad visibility, and more that will have an impact on your students. For all candidates it was an excellent learning day. And they see and feel their own progress in to becoming a PADI Dive Instructor during the Instructor Development Course (IDC) with Dive resort Oceans 5. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/Padi.instructor.development.courses.indonesia
The IDC on the Gili Islands goes smoothly. The candidates had today their first classroom presentation and confined open water presentation. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] The day started at 8.30 after a quick briefing of PADI Course Director Sander Buis, the candidates Pascal, Marcos and Valentina went in the swimming pool for their first confined presentation. Sander showed them one and then it was their turn. All passed with great scores. Sander was very pleased that all of them understand the concept. In the afternoon they showed Sander and Padi IDC staff instructor their classroom presentation. Again it was peanuts for them, great scores and a lot of fun. Let see what tomorrow brings... For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com
The IDC on the Gili Islands with Oceans 5 IDC dive resort is on the way. The classes start every day at 8.30 in the morning and are finished at 16.30. Relaxing days as the candidates told the PADI Course Director. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] The first few days were most of the time in the water, the special designed for scuba diving 25 meter training pool. The candidates were brushing their diving skills and their dive theory. Today it was more class room time, exams, preparations of their first class room presentation and their confined open water presentations. All a bit nervous but everyone is doing fine. So far so good. Fot more information about the next IDC, this one starts the 18th of August at Oceans 5 IDC dive resort, email@example.com
dinsdag 16 juli 2013
The Padi Instructor development course (IDC) at the Gili Islands with Oceans 5 dive resort has started today. This Oceans 5 dive resort has 3 IDC candidates and 1 candidate for the PADI IDC staff instructor course. We like to welcome Mellie, Marcos, Pascal and Valentina. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] The IDC started today with an orientation, doctor visits, and fine tuning the skills. At the end of the day the candidates were demonstration to PADI Course Director Sander Buis their rescue skills. In the evening all candidates will visit Gili Trawangan for a PADI member forum. Oceans 5 dive resort conducts every month IDCs. The next IDC will start the 18th of August with Platinum PADI Course Director Camille Lemmens. For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com
zaterdag 13 juli 2013
PADI SEAL TEAM Why take this course? The PADI Seal Team Course is for the younger divers who want to get involved in diving the the pool completing "Aqua-missions" using full scuba equipment specially designed to fit them in a special designed 25 meter training pool of Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air, Indonesia.. They will learn safety techniques in diving and can continue on to complete "Specialty" missions like Night diving, Wreck diving, photography and Environmental awareness. This is really cool, allows them to meet with their scuba friends regularly and have lot's of FUN. It also teaches them responsibility. Who can take this course? It's available for girls and boys from the age of 8 and above. How long does it take? Sessions last between 60 and up to 90 minutes. We also can also arrange privately tailored courses to meet your requirements and schedule. We also can arrange Seal Team Birthday Party’s,or any other group function for up to 12 people at a time on dates that suit you. What's involved? Missions will be conducted by PADI Instructors. You will complete Aqua-missions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 completing basic scuba diving skills having underwater fun and plenty of games. Once you have completed all five levels you become a PADI Seal Team member! The second part is full of Specialty Aqua-missions. These are really cool dives and teach the kids different scuba activities. The following are the Specialty missions they can complete: Creature ID, Inner Space, Night, Search & Recovery, Snapshot, Environmental, Navigation, Safety, Skin Diver, and Wreck. Once you have completed 9 of the specialty missions you are awarded the PADI Master Seal Certificate and you become a PADI Master Seal Team Member.
Bubblemaker Why PADI Bubblemaker? The PADI Bubblemaker lets children as young as 8 years old experience the thrill of scuba diving under the supervision of a PADI Instructor in the safety of our very own special designed for scuba diving 25 meter training pool, here at Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air, Indonesia. During the session they will have fun practicing the basic concepts of scuba diving. There is no doubt about it, if they are underwater in scuba gear, they are diving and they will love it! [caption id="attachment_1794" align="aligncenter" width="252"] Padi Bubblemakers Gili Islands with Oceans 5 dive resort[/caption] How do I get started? Bubblemaker: Minimum age: 8 years. Just call, email or visit us to book your session. All they will need to do is come along to the centre, complete and sign a Discover Scuba Diving form with a parent or guardian and away they go. Here at Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air we take safety very seriously and it is important that the equipment fits properly. As such the age limit is used as a guide for children. If we have the equipment to fit your child, they can dive. Oceans 5 dive resort has special equipment for kids, like smaller tanks, masks and bcds. What will I do? It’s so simple. They will watch the DVD and have a safety briefing with an instructor covering the information in a way that children will understand, then into the pool in no time. They will enter the water ready for your scuba adventure. There is no set format they have to follow. It’s all about having fun and enjoying the experience. There will be a lot of games, like the egg game, coin games, racing games and more. When they take part in a Bubblemaker experience they will discover excitement and adventure. Nothing compares to the "weightless" exhilaration of breathing underwater. Only a diver knows the feeling! How long will it take? Get ready to dive today. The whole experience takes just one morning and your children are guaranteed to have fun underwater! What an exciting way to spend a few hours. For more information: http://www.oceans5dive.com
donderdag 11 juli 2013
strong>PADI Course Directors are PADI Instructor trainers. The PADI Course Director rating denotes the highest instructor achievement in the PADI System. To become a Course Director, PADI Master Instructors complete a PADI Course Director Training Course during which they learn how to conduct PADI Instructor Development programs and gain experience in developing dive educators. Course Directors are among the dive industry’s most influential opinion makers and play a critical role in shaping the attitudes and abilities of PADI Instructors. They serve as role models for other PADI Members in regards to PADI instruction, diver training and professionalism. Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air has 2 PADI Course Directors, Camille Lemmens and Sander Buis. Last April, 2013, Sander Buis became a PADI Course Director. How do you become a PADI Course Director? Prerequisite Requirements: To apply for a PADI Course Director Training Course, you must: 1. Be a Master Instructor. 2. Be an EFR Instructor Trainer. 3. Be certified as an upgraded and renewed PADI IDC Staff Instructor. 4. Have within the prior 12 month: A. No verified Quality Assurance complaints filed with PADI. B. Conducted all certifications of each level of diver training consistent with PADI philosophy and as outlined in the PADI Instructor Manual and PADI Course Director Manual. Any modification of the courses outlined in the PADI Instructor Manual & PADI Course Director Manual must have been approved by PADI. C. Exclusively used the PADI System of diver education, including the various diver manuals, videos, DVDs, CD-ROMs, quizzes, exams, instructor guides, lesson guides and Recreational Dive Planner. D. Issued only PADI certifications to students completing PADI Diver training courses. 5. Have completed the PADI System, Standards and Procedures Examination with a score of 85% or higher at an IE by registering with PADI. This must be done within one year of the CDTC Application due date. 6. Have completed the Diving Theory Examination with a score of 83% or higher in each of the five topics (Physics, Physiology, RDP, Equipment and Skills and Environment) at an IE by registering with PADI or by completing Dive Theory Online with the appropriate scores. This must be done within one year of the CDTC Application due date. 7. Have staffing experience of at least two complete IDCs or combination of two AI and two OWSI programs or one AI, one OWSI and one full IDC after certification as an IDC Staff Instructor since the introduction of the current IDC curriculum. 8. Have experience working with a PADI Resort & Retail Association Member. Revised 04 October 2012 3 9. Have organized or led: a)one Project AWARE Dive Against Debris Cleanup, b)setup a My Ocean Profile, c)promoted the AWARE C-Card to your student divers, d)organized or led at least one more Project AWARE activity or event such as Cleanup, Coral Watch, Whale Shark Project, installation or maintenance of mooring systems, AWARE Kids programs, fund raising, etc. within the past three years. Note: Meeting the four prerequisites above (a, b, c & d) is the minimum requirement for applying for the CDTC. Additional credit will be awarded for additional activities. 10. Meet the minimum experience requirement of 250 logged dives. Training and Certification PADI Course Director Training Courses are conducted by PADI Office staff. The course has two phases – a training phase and an evaluation phase. Candidates must successfully complete both phases to be certified as PADI Course Directors. Duties Beyond the responsibilities and duties they already have as PADI IDC Staff Instructors and Master Instructors, Teaching status PADI Course Directors are authorized to: 1. Conduct PADI Instructor Development Courses (IDCs), OWSI Programs and IDC Staff Instructor courses. 2. Conduct Status Updates. 3. After successful completion of an Emergency First Response Instructor Trainer course, conduct Emergency First Response Instructor courses. 4. After certification as a Specialty Instructor Trainer, conduct Specialty Instructor Training courses. 5. Observe PADI Instructor Examinations (at the discretion of the Instructor Examiner). For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com
woensdag 10 juli 2013
If you're serious about professional scuba instruction, and want to be more than an instructor (perhaps work in PADI Instructor Development Centers/Career Development Centers, own your own PADI dive center/resort, or progress to becoming a PADI Course Director yourself), then the Staff Instructor course is the next logical step for you as a PADI Instructor. PADI IDC Staff Instructors are PADI Instructors moving towards instructor-level training or teaching the Instructor Development Course (IDC). IDC Staff Instructors can independently train and certify PADI Assistant Instructors as well as help train PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors. [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] Where can you do the PADI IDC Staff Instructor Course? Oceans 5 dive resort are conducting every month PADI IDC Staff Instructor Courses at Gili Air, Gili Islands, Indonesia. The Gili Islands are part of the famous Coral Triangle. The Coral Triangle is a marine area located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and Solomon Islands. Named for its staggering number of corals (nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone), the region nurtures six of the world’s seven marine turtle species and more than 2000 species of reef fish. What do I need to start? PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer certification 18 years old What will I do? Master instructor-level dive theory, complete knowledge development teaching presentations and confined water teaching presentations Audit a complete IDC How long will it take? Two course days plus a complete IDC audit What materials are needed? PADI Course Director Manual Confined Water Presentation Evaluation Slate Open Water Presentation Evaluation Slate All IDC required materials Only PADI IDC Staff Instructors are qualified to teach Assistant Instructor courses independently, thereby enhancing your employment prospects, earnings potential and standing within the dive community. Another benefit of becoming an IDC Staff Instructor is that you can assist or conduct Instructor Development Courses (IDC’s) under the supervision of our Instructor Development team. As a PADI MSDT you can enroll direct onto the PADI IDC Staff Instructor. For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com
maandag 8 juli 2013
Do you care about the environment? Do you want to know more about the marine life around the Gili Islands? Do you want to be a responsible diver? Oceans 5 dive resort offers Eco Diver specialty courses and Eco Diver Programs. There are different ways to become an Eco diver: Become an Eco Diver: Oceans 5 dive resort offers the following Eco specialties: • PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Course • PADI Underwater Naturalist Specialty Course • Project AWARE Specialty Course • AWARE Fish ID Specialty Course • AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty Course • AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Specialty Course • PADI Project AWARE Sea Turtle Awareness Distinctive Specialty Course • Reef Check Eco Diver Course As a diver you can choose the Eco Specialties you are interested in. If you like to have more knowledge and skill development of Eco specialties, think to become a PADI Eco Master Scuba Diver. Become a PADI Eco Master Scuba Diver: If you don’t want to become a PADI Dive Professional but you want to reach the highest level of recreational diving, think about the Padi Eco Master Scuba Diver course. The prerequisites for the course are: • 12 years old • PADI Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization) • PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization) • PADI Rescue Diver or Junior Rescue Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization) • Minimum of five PADI Eco Specialty Diver courses • Minimum of 50 logged dives Oceans 5 dive resort also integrates the Eco Specialties in PADI Divemaster courses and PADI Instructor courses. So become an Eco PADI Pro with Oceans 5 dive resort.
Become a Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT) at Oceans 5 Gili Air, Indonesia [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] Do you want to train your dive students to the highest purely recreational dive level in the PADI System of diver education, and then you'll want to become a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer by enrolling on our PADI MSDT course. By attaining this level, your dive students will know where to come when they want to learn from an expert. Diving around the Gili Islands is fantastic. The Gili Islands are part of the famous Coral Triangle. The Coral Triangle is a marine area located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and Solomon Islands. Named for its staggering number of corals (nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone), the region nurtures six of the world’s seven marine turtle species and more than 2000 species of reef fish. The dive sites are only maximum 30 minutes away from the dive shop. After every trainings dive the boat comes back to the shop. It the perfect place to start your instructor course or MSDT preparation. What can PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainers do? Teach PADI Master Scuba Divers and PADI Specialty courses. How do I become a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer?Enrol in our MSDT program! Give your career a kick-start with the MSDT prep program. By joining one of our MSDT preparations, after certification as an OWSI you can enhance your career prospects by becoming a Master Scuba Diver Trainer. This course can be completed in 5 days and allows you to teach up to 5 specialty courses, immediately, of your choice. Choose from our many specialty Instructor courses • Enriched Air* • Wreck • Sidemount* • Emergency 02 provider* • Deep • Digital Photography* • Deep • Night • Naturalist • Search & Recovery • Navigation • Shark Conservation *may have additional prerequisites at diver level and training costs Upon issuing 25 certifications (any areas) you’ll be awarded the rating of MSDT. Put more variety into your teaching and increase your earnings potential! For more information: http://www.indonesia-idc.com
Special package for IDC Candidates at Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air, Lombok, Indonesia! [caption id="attachment_1745" align="aligncenter" width="817"] IDC Gili Islands[/caption] IDCs are conducted every month with Padi Platinum Course Director Camille Lemmens and/or Padi Course Director Sander Buis. Duration of the course is 10-12 days. Padi Instructor Development Course: Euro 1.400 After passing the Padi Examination you can teach 10 specialties! What's in it? • IDC Preparation • PADI Assistant Instructor (AI) • Emergency First Response Instructor (EFRI) • Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) • Master Scuba Diver Trainer Preparation (MSDT prep) with 5 PADI Instructor Specialties • Special deal: Free Shark Conservation Awareness Specialty Instructor and Nitrox Specialty Instructor. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
PADI Rescue Course Diving is great, specially diving around the Gili Islands, Indonesia. So why should you become a rescue diver at one of the most beautiful places in the world? The PADI Rescue diver course covers dive accident scenarios, self-rescue skills, accident prevention and management. There is no denying that the rescue course is challenging – but it is also a lot of fun! Our team of PADI instructors, Giny, Phil, Janneke, Jmal, Simone and Sander are all experienced instructors and will bring you the necessary knowledge in a funny way! Over the rescue course, which takes 4-5 days at Oceans 5 Dive Resort Gili Air, you will develop the knowledge and skills to manage dive accident situations, render necessary first aid and effectively perform diver assists and rescues. Developing self-confidence in your diving abilities and comfort in your equipment is paramount to you enjoying every dive. What do you learn? • Learning a range of in-water rescue skills including surfacing an unconscious diver, rescue breathing, how to handle a panicked diver and exiting an unresponsive diver • Develop teamwork, management and delegation skills as you and your classmates learn how to manage different accident 'scenarios' • Learn how to use emergency equipment including SMBs and compass navigation to organise and conduct search patterns for missing divers • Prepare an Emergency Assistance Plan for a local dive site using your training to source appropriate and accurate information • An introduction to how to deal with suspected DCI or pressure related injuries through Oxygen provision. What are the PADI Rescue Diver Course prerequisites? • Be 12 years or older • Have a PADI Adventure Diver certification (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) • Be trained and current for first aid and CPR within the previous two years (Ask your instructor about Emergency First Response CPR and first aid courses). For more updates about PADI Course look at our facebook page.
The PADI Advanced Open Water Course is your next step after you complete your basic Open Water course. This course is called "advanced" not because you need to be advanced to sign up, but because this course further advances on the dive skills you learnt when you did your Open Water. HOW IS THE COURSE STRUCTURED? The advanced open water course is focused on improving your practical dive skills, and so majority of the teaching is done in practical dive sessions. This course consists of five modules, each of which includes an ocean dive and a very small amount of knowledge development. The flexibility of this course and the ability to pick and choose modules allow you to tailor the course to your individual needs and interests. There are two core required modules, the Deep Dive and Navigation Dive, and then the remaining three are electives. CORE ADVENTURE DIVES Deep Dive - This dive teaches you the basics of diving to 30m of depth, and how to recognize and respond to the considerations of diving deeper than your Open Water limits. Underwater Navigation - This dive teaches you the principles of underwater navigation, including compass use, distance estimation and the difficulties involved with navigating underwater. ELECTIVE ADVENTURE DIVES Any three of the following can be chosen depending on interest, weather and availability. Night Diver - Highly recommended as an elective, this teaches the basics of night diving. Peak Performance Buoyancy - This elective is one of the most popular as it helps divers fine tune buoyancy skills including weight distribution, correct weighting, diving profile, safety stop skills, and general diving skills. Enriched Air Nitrox - Learn the benefits of adjusting your oxygen and nitrogen content, as well as giving you longer bottom times on dives. Boat Diver - A relaxing dive at the end of the course for those who have worked hard to master and improve on new skills, this allows you to practice what you have learnt throughout the course, while diving in some of the most spectacular underwater scenery around the Gili Islands. Underwater Photographer - Improve your photography knowledge, and learn how to apply it to the unique concerns when taking underwater photos! Wreck Diver - Experience diving around dive wrecks. Search & Recovery - Practice your navigation skills and learn how to do search patterns, operate lift bags and conduct full scale searches. Underwater Naturalist - For those interested in learning more about their underwater environment, this allows you learn a little more about the ocean, as well as specific local information. Sidemount Diver – If you are bored to dive with a tank on your back. Sidemount diving give you more flexibility, is safer. It is the new dive hype! AWARE Shark Conservation - The AWARE Shark Conservation course is an excellent way for us to help educate divers about the plight of sharks. Project AWARE Fish ID - The PADI Project AWARE Fish Identification Specialty provides you with the fish identification basics so that next time, you know the answers. And more adventure dives. For more information: email@example.com HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE TAKE? All five dives and the knowledge development are conducted over 2-3 days. WHERE IS IT TAUGHT? Your PADI Advanced Open Water Course takes place at our dive resort at Gili Air, Gili Islands, Indonesia. WHAT IS INCLUDED? PADI Advanced Open Water Manual Professional Instruction PADI International Registration Personalised Certification card Equipment 5 ocean dives WHAT DO I NEED FOR THIS COURSE? Prior to starting your Advanced course, you do need to obtain an entry level dive certification, such as your PADI Open Water Course. It is recommended that you have your own dive gear, including a compass and a dive torch suitable for night diving. If you wish to participate in adventure dives such as underwater photography, then you need to have your own underwater camera or, if available, arrange to hire one prior to the commencement of your course. For more information: http://www.oceans5dive.com
zaterdag 6 juli 2013
Do you PADI Open Water course with dive resort Oceans 5 Dive Gili Air! You can earn the PADI Open Water Diver certification, the most widely-recognized scuba qualification worldwide, in 3-4 days. With your instructor, you will cover the fundamentals of scuba diving, including dive equipment and techniques. During this diving course you will complete five confined water (pool) dives and knowledge development sessions, and a minimum of four open water dives around the Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia. The Gili Islands are part of the famous Coral Triangle. The Coral Triangle is a marine area located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and Solomon Islands. Named for its staggering number of corals (nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone), the region nurtures six of the world’s seven marine turtle species and more than 2000 species of reef fish. The dive sites are only maximum 30 minutes away from the dive shop. After every trainings dive the boat comes back to the shop. Padi eLearning Optional PADI eLearning is available, which means you can complete the theory part of your diving course before leaving home. Your PADI Open Water certification allows you to dive to 18m maximum depth with a buddy of equal or greater experience, in conditions that are as good as (or better than) those in which you learned to dive. Children aged 10-14 years can earn the PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification. Certified Junior Open Water Divers aged 10-12 years may dive to 12m maximum depth, under the direct supervision of a PADI Divemaster, Assistant Instructor, Instructor or higher professional. For Junior Open Water Divers aged 10-12 years who wish to make guided dives after finishing the course, but do not have a certified parent/guardian, we require you to have a private dive guide. • Maximum 4 students per course. • Multilingual instructors. • Special training pool, Oceans 5 dive resort has a special designed 25 meter pool for scuba diving training. • Discounts on follow-on courses Referrals Have you completed your confined water training, knowledge development, quizzes and exam with a PADI centre elsewhere, during the past year? If so, just make your 4 open water dives with us around the Gili Islands to get certified as a PADI Open Water Diver. The Referral course takes 2 days. You must bring your referral training record, completed and signed by your instructor, when you check in. Have you completed only certain sections of your Open Water Diver Referral? Then contact us to discuss your requirements for completing the course. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
vrijdag 5 juli 2013
PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty course at dive resort Oceans 5 dive Gili Air. Join us and learn all the features of your existing underwater set up or start at the beginning and rent our in-house underwater cameras and housings. With PADI’s Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty course, you learn to use the PADI SEA (Shoot, Examine and Adjust) method, which takes full advantage of digital technology. The result is good underwater photos faster. You not only learn how to take good photos, but how to share them with your friends via email or printing, optimizing your work with your computer, storage and more. Oceans 5 dive resort will give you a proper workshop to adjust your pictures. By taking this course with us your underwater images will never be the same again. We guarantee it! Oceans 5 dive resort has an in-the-house marine biologist. She can tell you exactly what you have shoot and more relevant information about the marine life. Prerequisite: Must be a PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water (or have a qualifying certification from another training organization) However, you can take the course as a snorkeler and receive a nondiving certification for level 1. Pre Course Study: Read and complete the knowledge reviews within the Digital Underwater Photography Manual. Number of Dives: During the PADI Digital Underwater Photography course you will do two open water dives. Your training is conducted around the Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia. The Gili Islands are part of the famous Coral Triangle. The Coral Triangle is a marine area located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and Solomon Islands. Named for its staggering number of corals (nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone), the region nurtures six of the world’s seven marine turtle species and more than 2000 species of reef fish. Below are some of the subjects covered over the one day underwater photography program The PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Certification ◾Choosing and using modern digital cameras and underwater housings ◾Using the PADI SEA method for getting great shots quickly ◾The three primary principles for getting good photos underwater ◾Practical diving techniques ◾Focusing and the perfection of focus ◾White balance (camera operation permitting) ◾Editing and sharing your pictures The PADI Digital Underwater Photographer certifications credits toward the Master Scuba Diver rating. This is one of PADI’s most adaptable specialty courses, and can even be started during the last dive of your PADI Open Water Diver course. Look at our facebook page for our latest pictures of the marine life around the Gili Islands.
donderdag 4 juli 2013
Since 2011 Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air have been providing PADI Professional level training from Divemaster to Instructor rating. During this time we have developed an international reputation as the premier dive company in the Gili Islands, Indonesia. You can expect the highest levels of quality, professionalism and value available in diver education. Combined with our purpose built diver training centre and the beautiful marine life of Indonesia you will have the best training environment in which to continue your professional diver education. Your training is conducted around the Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia. The Gili Islands are part of the famous Coral Triangle. The Coral Triangle is a marine area located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and Solomon Islands. Named for its staggering number of corals (nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone), the region nurtures six of the world’s seven marine turtle species and more than 2000 species of reef fish. The PADI Divemaster course is the first level of the PADI Professional ratings. As a PADI Divemaster you will hold the minimum rating for employment in the diving industry. Your qualification will allow you to supervise recreational diving activities (either boat or land based), work as an Instructional assistant on all PADI courses and is just one step away from a PADI Instructor rating. Our 4 till 8 week course is a combination of theoretical classroom sessions and practical application during both pool and open water training of a number of PADI courses. Designed to give you the best possible experience, your course includes numerous dives of guiding certified divers and unlimited free fun dives. The pre-requisites for this course are PADI Rescue diver certification or equivalent, a minimum age of 18 years, a minimum of 40 logged dives and a current first aid certification completed in the last 24 months (PADI EFR will meet this requirement). In order to complete your certification you will need to have 60 logged dives. Any additional dives you may need to acquire these 60 dives can be arranged by Oceans 5 dive resort Gili Air. During the divemaster internship you have the possibility to dive unlimited for free. Please bring with you on day 1: Advanced & Rescue certifications, 1st Aid certificate, log book, swimwear & a towel! See you soon on Gili Air!