PADI IDC, an Indonesian-based training institute, will now hold their Scuba Diving Instructor Development Course (IDC) at the Blue Marlin Dive scuba diving center. Located at Gili Trawangan, the institute couldn’t have picked a better place to launch the new training course.
This location is the first-ever PADI Scuba Diving Instructor Development Centre to be established in the Gili Islands, Indonesia. The school’s all professional-level training will take place at this location that has been working for the past three decades providing memorable diving experiences. These training sites are warm, calm, and typically have excellent visibility. Overall, PADI IDC Indonesia offers the ideal conditions for Instructor training.
“The PADI Instructor Development Course is split up into two distinct components; the Assistant Instructor (AI) course followed by the Open Water Scuba Instructor program (OWSI). These courses can be taken separately, but are usually combined as the Instructor Development Course. Both are supported extensively by IDC eLearning components that candidates can complete in advance of the course, allowing us to focus our training schedule on practical workshops”, says a spokesperson for PAD IDC.
The great thing is that Holly Macleod has issued over 3000 Instructor level certifications in the Gili Islands alone. Received the Platinum Frequent Trainer Award and Elite 300 Instructor Award for the past eight years. Holly has spent the last eighteen years teaching PADI Courses and Programs in multiple global diving destinations, including Honduras, Thailand, Australia, UK, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore.
“The PADI IDC Gili Islands Program offers the absolute best possible professional Divemaster and Instructor level training experience available within the recreational diving Industry. The course is conducted by Industry Leading Multiple Award-Winning Platinum PADI Course Director Holly Macleod”, says a spokesperson for PAD IDC.
Holly Macleod, the Course Director of PADI IDC Gili Trawangan, has the experience needed in assisting professional divers to develop skills, knowledge, and confidence. Her goal is that through the course, every student becomes a highly successful dive professional. Holly is known as the perfect person to consult before making a change into a new career. Her experience in the industry has given her an understanding of what is expected from new instructors and also what new scuba diving instructors must anticipate from the diving industry.
For more information, please visit: www.giliidc.com