Become a Pro with Palaemon Divers
Take your first steps into professional level diving with Palaemon Divers
You must be a PADI Rescue Diver as minimum to start on your professional level journey, so if you’re not quite there – get in touch for us to help build your path to professional!
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The Dive Guide program is the first step on an exciting journey.
Learn to safely lead certified divers in various environments and conditions.
By giving dive briefings, doing site evaluations, and leading dives, you will become a confident Dive Guide in no time.
Begin your diving career working as a Professional Dive Guide or continue the qualifications for Divemaster.
Total Cost : £849 includes
- Digital Kits
- Required physical kits
Does not include:
- Kit hire
- Open water site fees
- Air fills at open water
SSI Professional Registration is paid direct to SSI on a yearly basis to stay in. active pro status.
Ready to take the next step in your diving career and become an SSI Divemaster?
Other than what you already have as an SSI Professional Dive Guide, you will need to complete the ‘Science of Diving’ course which is a dry course and you will automatically get recognised as an SSI Divemaster as long as you have hit the minimum requirements of dives!
The Assistant Instructor rating is the next step after becoming a Divemaster along the scuba instructor pathway.
It allows you to collect valuable teaching experience, practice briefings, teach academics, and conduct in-water training.
If you want to further your career as a dive professional, you can finish the Instructor Training Course, pass the Instructor Evaluation, and become an Open Water Diving Instructor.
Prerequisites to Start
- Minumum of 18 years old
- Have logged at least 60 open water dives totaling 40 hours or more.
To complete you must have:
- Log at least 75 open water dives totaling 50 hours or more.
- All theory and final exam complete
- Complete the Candidate Water Fitness Evaluation as outlined in the SSI Training Standards if it has been more than six months since the candidate has been evaluated.