PADI Divemaster

Now it’s time for you to GoPRO and make your future dive adventures your dive lifestyle! It’s true what they say: professional divers live the diving dream, and our Bali Dream Divers’ PADI Instructors certainly do, everyday!

PADI Divemasters must continue to broaden their knowledge base of marine life, such as nudibranchs (pictured: Indian caloria). Sharing our knowledge is a professional responsibility to educate our divers. When we learn more about an animal, we know how to find it too!

They are passionate about their livelihood, which is crucial for future dive professionals to grow with experience in such an atmosphere of dedication and enthusiasm! Inspiring others isn’t easy, but it comes natural to our PADI Pro Divers in Tulamben, Bali!

When conducting the PADI Divemaster course at Bali Dream Divers, candidates will complete their training with an aspiration to further their professional dive education. Whether assisting one of our PADI Instructors to supervise PADI Open Water Diver students; delivering a dive briefing to a group of certified divers; mapping a reef for future diving; the fully qualified PADI Divemaster will be an independent and confident professional!

Underwater navigation is a crucial skill to master for PADI Divemasters, which is why it’s a skill taught in every recreational dive course that is a prerequisite to enrol. It’s a dive professional duty to guide your divers safely and according to the dive plan briefed!

Minimum Requirements:


  • Excellence in professional PADI dive education conducted with highest level of safety standards;
  • All PADI Divemaster educational materials;
  • Lifetime certification as PADI Divemaster;
  • Refreshments (tea/coffee/water) during rest from practical dive training at Bali Dream Divers;
  • All dive tax, porter fees, full equipment rental.


  • PADI Divemaster membership application fee (paid directly to PADI);
  • Transportation to/from Bali Dream Divers, Tulamben;
  • Meals;
  • Accommodation.

28 days (recommended)


  • Complete waterskills exercises with a passing score;
  • Complete a diver rescue assessment;
  • Complete the 24 dive skills workshop with a passing score;
  • Complete all practical application skills;
  • Complete divemaster-conducted programs;
  • Complete practical assessments;
  • Review all knowledge development sections of PADI Divemaster Manual;
  • Complete the PADI Divemaster final exam with a passing score;
  • Outline an Emergency Assistance Plan for a local dive area;
  • Meet all criteria of a PADI professional;
  • View latest PADI Divemaster video.

Experiencing a night dive is a minimum requirement to qualify as PADI Divemaster. However, our PADI Instructors encourage candidates to gain more confidence in their dive leadership skills when they practise supervising and guiding divers on night dives, whilst trying to spot the very different marine life, such as crustaceans (pictured: anemone hermit crab).

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