Learn From The Experts In Diver Training
Due to COVID 19 restrictions our class sizes will be limited! Please check availability of our course by calling us at 408-984-5819 before signing up.
Go Pro! Welcome to Professional Diving!
We at Diver Dan’s look forward to helping you get trained as a PADI Divemaster. As a PADI Divemaster, you will be able to act as an instructional assistant to a PADI Instructor, or act as a professional guide leading divers to new and exciting dive destinations. If you have any questions, or would like to sign up, stop by or call us. See you “Down Under” !
In order to become a PADI Divermaster you must first already be a PADI Advanced Diver (or equivalent) and a PADIRescue Diver (or equivalent). You must be 18 years old and be certified in CPR and First Aid. You must also have logged at least 40 dives to begin the program.
The total training fees are $600.00. The fees are broken down as follows:
$600.00 Instructor Fee
No store fees will be refunded once class has begun. Classes are transferable for up to one year from original start date.
In training to become a PADI Divermaster, there are three phases of training: Watermanship, Academics, and Internship. Since program schedules differ from instructor to instructor, your training schedule will also vary. Your PADI Instructor will outline your training schedule in detail.
|Begin Dates 2022||Begin Day||Times||Instructor|
|May 17, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Chu/Niemiec|
|June 6, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Kim/Wilson|
|June 21, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Duggal/Kastner|
|July 11, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Hoyt/Butatis|
|July 26, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Smolgovski/Mayer|
|August 8, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Tabel/Teachout|
|August 16, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Vandercook/Lockwood|
|August 29, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Havlek/Zaugg|
|September 20, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Epperly/Halem|
|October 3, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Cotter/Pere|
|October 18, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Karahroudy/Volk|
|October 31, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Kim/Wilson|
|November 15, 2022||Tuesday||7-9pm||Chu/Niemiec|
|December 12, 2022||Monday||7-9pm||Hoyt/Butatis|
This PADI Course is Online!
If you wish to skip the traditional classroom training, one option you have is to do your classroom training Online. Click on the image below to learn more about PADI’s eLearning!
What You Will Need To Buy
You will need the PADI Divemaster Crew-Pak, Dive Planners (Table and eRDPML) and your personal Logbook. Your instructor will inform you of any additional materials you may need. In addition to all your own basic equipment for SCUBA diving you are required to have a time monitoring device (Watch), Compass, Knife/Diver’s Tool, two surface signaling devices – One audible (Whistle, Air Horn) and one visible (Signal Tube).
If you wish to skip the traditional classroom training, one option you have is to do your classroom training Online (additional cost) Click on the image below to learn more about PADI’s eLearning!
What You May Rent
You may rent the rest of your SCUBA at Diver Dan’s. This includes your Wetsuit, Hood, Regulator (with Dive Computer, Compass & Whistle), Weight Belt, Buoyancy Control Device (BCD), and Tanks.
Medical Concerns or Questions?
If you are currently under the care of a medical doctor, or have a pre-existing medical condition that requires permission from a physician, you will need to have a signed medical release form from your doctor before you can participate in any in-water activities.
Diver Dan’s puts safety first. If any customer, while enrolled in a class of Diver Dan’s , is observed to be under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or drugs; he or she will be asked to leave the class immediately. The customer will forfeit all fees paid. There will be no refunds.
To obtain a medical release form and view some conditions that would require a doctors release, download the PADI Medical Release Form to review before coming to class.