scuba diving courses - divemaster

Scuba diving courses in Kent A Divemaster is someone who is respected within the dive community as a person you can trust and follow on a scuba dive trip, they help students develop skills during their Open Water Courses and can introduce new divers to the underwater world. This is a responsible role and the first step toward PADI Professional Status.

Our scuba divemaster course is exciting and fun, and as you would expect from a PADI professional demands exemplary dive skills, rescue skills and a professional level of dive knowledge theory. We will develop students to become certified assistants who will become involved in Dive Management and Supervision.

There are several ways of completing the course to suit all students needs, depending on their previous experience, knowledge or time constraints so PLEASE CALL CLIVE on 01795 841141 who will be pleased to discuss a personal plan for this course.


  • To enrol you must be a PADI advanced open water diver or equivalent with at least 20 logged dives, be a certified rescue diver with proof of EFR primary and secondary care training within the last 24 months and, medical clearance for diving from a doctor.
  • The minimum age is 18 years old.
  • To be certified you must have 60 logged scuba dives at the end of the course.
  • Diving will take place at varied locations to increase knowledge and development of scuba dive techniques.


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