PADI MSDT (Master Scuba Diver Trainer)
This course prepares the student to teach five recreational PADI Specialties.
The candidate selects the specialties of their choice and then receives
instruction specific to teaching those targeted areas of interest. Completion of
a successful knowledge development presentation and one open water teaching
presentation for each specialty is required. At the completion of this course
and at least ten dives in each specialty area, the student is certified to teach
each of the recreational specialties.
If you want to train your dive students to the highest purely recreational dive
level in the PADI System of diver education, you'll want to be a PADI Master
Scuba Diver Trainer. By attaining this level, your dive students will know where
to come when they want to learn from an expert.
What can PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainers do?
- Teach PADI Specialties in which they hold Instructor Specialty ratings
What do I need to start?
Hold a minimum of five PADI Specialty Instructor certifications
- Have at least 25 certifications
What materials are needed?
- PADI Specialty Instructor Manual