10 Days Total, 3 Days Pool & Theory, +
3 Day 2 Night Trip, + 4 Day 3 Night Trip
First Day - 9:00am
Aboard SeaQuest, Cairns' Outer Reefs
PADI Rescue Diver, 40 logged dives
18 years of age.
Australian Dive Medial.
First Aid + CPR (within 2 years)
The DSDD PADI Divemaster course involves the candidate serving as an instructional assistant to a qualified PADI Instructor.
The objectives are to gain familiarity with the diver training process, develop an awareness of typical student problems and learn how to supervise and control divers in general. The PADI Divemaster Course is a major step towards becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. This course prepares you for working in the dive industry and is recognised the world over.
The course involves working with real students and real instructors in actual training situations. This includes two 3-day/2-night trips to sea on board our liveaboard dive vessel. Throughout your course you will be evaluated in the pool and the ocean dives by our instructors.
Deep Sea Divers Den has a great team of Instructors; everyone is very friendly, helpful and will assist you as much as possible in achieving your goals. Our onsite training facilities include a heated pool specifically designed for teaching diving and air-conditioned classrooms. Dive equipment in our shop and equipment service in our workshop is also provided at discounted prices to help you build a strong equipment foundation.
2 x Passport Photographs
QLD Dive Medical
PADI RDP (electronic)
PADI DiveMaster slates
PADI DiveMaster Manual
PADI Instructor Manual
PADI DiveMaster Pricing
Includes all equipment and tuition. Prices Valid from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017. Taxes/Levies: PER PERSON PER DAY (subject to change without notice). Fee includes: EMC $6.50. Fuel, Port, and Administration Charges $13.50 (Tax is payable only on day of departure)
*Please note: The required materials are a prerequisite and are not included in the course fee. All listed items are however available through Deep Sea Divers Den. If you need any more information please don't hesitate to contact Tobi on +61 (07) 4046 7333
Forms for Download
*Please note: High Altitudes and SCUBA
Currently the rules state that for a single no decompression dive, you should not fly/go to altitude for at least 12 hours. Multiple dives: 18 hours. Deep Sea Divers Den recommends waiting a minimum 24 hours whenever possible. These are guidelines only, there is no guarantee that these recommendations will prevent decompression sickness. Currently there are no guidelines regarding diving after flying. Altitude is 300m/1000ft above sea level. This includes going to the Atherton Tablelands, so be careful when you are booking tours to follow your dive course/trip. Under normal circumstances, you should be out of the water on your last dive at 12pm (midday).
Tropical buffet lunch
Fresh chilled water
Tea & coffee
2 of 17 reef locations daily
Snacks (choc, chips etc)
SCUBA Guide ($15 per dive)
Digital camera hire
What To Bring
($20 per person per day)