Promote DM and IDC Programs with New Video, Job Profiles

The PADI office in Sydney, Australia has created a new promo video encouraging divers to continue their education to the professional level. It’s a little different from videos we’ve produced in the path, but we think you’ll like it. The video is embedded above, or you can view PADI’s new GoPro video on youtube.

Looking for other ways to promote your Divemaster and Instructor courses? Check out our career interview series with PADI Pros who work full time as divers. One works with astronauts, another with Cirque du Soleil performers. There’s an underwater archeologist, a Hollywood stuntwoman, and a limnologist. What’s a limnologist? Read her interview to find out.

Use these interviews one at a time on your blog or Facebook page to entice divers to sign up for your next Divemaster or IDC program. There are nearly a dozen online currently, and more will be added (about one per month). Bookmark this page and check back for updates: http://www.padi.com/blog/tag/careers/

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2 thoughts on “Promote DM and IDC Programs with New Video, Job Profiles

    • A small, portable model will cost aprlaximotepy $3000-3500. Compressors tend to be rated in cubic feet per minute (CFM), and models on the low end tend to be around 3-4 CFM which means it will fill a single scuba tank in 20-25 minutes. Larger models can be had for anywhere from $6000-7000 up to $15000 or more.Don’t forget that you will also need to keep your compressor well maintained on your own, or find someone you trust that can do it for you. Diving with contaminated air from a poorly maintained compressor is a good recipe for disaster. The large online scuba retailers like Leisure Pro or Divers Direct carry a few compressor models, so you could start there.Are you sure that this is a cheaper alternative? Do you plan to dive near your home often enough to justify the cost of buying maintaining a compressor? Why not buy several more tanks instead so that you can get more air per trip to the dive shop?

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