1. Be at least 18 years of age by the starting date of the course.
2. Submit a completed medical exam form. The form must indicate approval for diving based on a medical examination conducted within the past year and be signed by a licensed physician familiar with diving medicine.
3. Submit proof of training and experience. Photocopies of certification credentials provide the best proof of training. Copies of logbooks indicating the required experience need not be submitted, but must be available for inspection at Registration.
4. Proof of First Aid/CPR training in the past 24 months.
5. Be certified as a Divemaster or hold leadership level certification with another recreational diver training organisation
6. Have been diving for a minimum of 6 months and be able to provide proof of having made at least 100 dives
7. Emergency First Response Instructor
1. Copies of certification cards (front and back): Open Water, Advanced, Rescue and Divemaster.
2. Proof of First Aid/CPR training in the past 24 months.
3. Proof of diving experience (logbooks).
4. Four (4) photos.
5. Balance of payment for programs.
Candidates to provide: Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Submersible pressure gauge, Exposure suit, Underwater timing device, BCD, Underwater compass, Low pressure BCD inflator, Underwater slate and pencil, Regulator, Diving knife, Alternate air source, Gear bag.
Hire equipment is available for those students who are unable to supply all of their own.
Candidates to provide: PADI Instructor Manual, PADI Guide to Teaching, PADI Dive Manual, PADI Adventures in Diving Manual, PADI Rescue Diver Manual, PADI Divemaster Manual, The Law and Diving, The Business of Diving, The Best of the Undersea Journal, PADI Quizzes/Exam Booklet, PADI Confined Water Cue Cards, PADI Open Water Cue Cards, Diving Knowledge Workbook, Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving, Recreational Dive Planner - Table & eRDPml