PADI IDC Staff Instructor course in Bali
You'll become an expert of instructor-level dive theory, and confined and open water dive presentations. In addition to all the courses you can teach as a PADI Instructor, as a PADI IDC Staff Instructor you will also be able to independently teach PADI Assistant Instructor courses, and assist PADI Course Directors in conducting the IDC and other instructor-level continuing education.
Prerequisites and Course Content:
To join our PADI IDC Staff Instructor course you'll need to be a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer and Emergency First Response Instructor.
There are two ways to become a PADI Staff Instructor at Bali Scuba;
Option A US$850: Take the 2-day SI course and then stay and audit the 14-day IDC immediately following the course
Option B US$700: Take the 4-day SI course (with no need to stay for the IDC)
Both options include;
- PADI IDC Staff Instructor course
- Tanks, weights, belts
- Daily lunch & soft drinks
- Free Wi-Fi in our dive centre
In addition to the IDC materials you'll also need;
- Course Director manual (US$476 for paper version or US$631 for digital version)
- Confined Water evaluation slate (US$41)
- Open Water evaluation slate (US$41)
- Skill evaluation slate (US$18)
- PADI Staff Instructor application fee (AU$128)
IDC Staffing: if you are already a PADI IDC Staff Instructor needing more staffing credits we charge US$500 to staff a Bali Scuba IDC, however we waive this fee if you bring a candidate to a Bali Scuba IDC which you staff.
Becoming a PADI IDC Staff Instructor puts you very near to the top of the diving profession. Fill in the form below with as much information as you can and we'll get back to you with details of our monthly schedule and how to confirm your booking and answer any questions you have. We also offer great discounts on dive equipment for anybody taking PADI IDC Staff Instructor here at Bali Scuba.