Benefits

We offer special benefits for participants actives in real

IDC

What's PADI IDC?

Check 2020 revised IDC 

Price

See various plan for you.

Don't hesitate to ask.

Schedule

2020 IDC/IE Schedule in Okinawa

IE

What's PADI IE?

See details here

 

TEBAH DIVE IDC/Pro level Benefits

  • Experience the know-how of the course director, who simulates the newly revised IDC in 2020 with the staff of the PADI development department.

  • Free Dive Against Debris Specialty Instructor course for all IDC+EFRI participants.

  • 10% off All PADI professional level training (Specialty instructor, IDC staff instructor, Tec instructor, etc.)

  • 15% off Technical Diving Diver Program/Side Mount Diver Program

  • Provide all equipment when purchasing such as Halcyon, Techline, Gull, Mobys, Shearwater, Apeks in Dealer Price

  • Special Offers for PADI All Products(Manual, PIC)

  • Maximize your profits as a our cooperate instructor at the lowest cost when you come to Okinawa

  • Introduce local dive shop you plan to go for tour with your customers in Japan

 

Instructor Development Course

Instructor Development Course (IDC) consists of Assistant Instructor (AI) + Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) courses. In 2020, the new version of the PADI instructor development course, eLearning and realistic workshops, will help you increase your skills and experience and acquire the ability to act as a PADI instructor immediately. Following IDC, you will be eligible to take the Instructor Exam (IE) on a PADI schedule. Check out and challenge the 2020 IDC and IE schedule with our PADI Course Director Kei.

New IDC material released 

from 2020

Instructor Development Course(IDC) - min 6 days

  • AI + OWSI = IDC

  • In the PADI System, PADI Divemasters train to become PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors in the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC), and qualify by successfully completing the PADI Instructor Examination (IE). Beyond the IDC/IE, PADI Instructor development continues through education programs ranging from Specialty Instructor training to IDC Staff Instructor courses. 

  • The IDC emphasizes development, not testing, and so provides a low-stress environment that frees candidates to learn from their errors and concentrate on knowledge and skill development. Candidates continue until they can reliably achieve the minimum performance requirements to progress beyond the IDC. 

  • The Instructor Examination (IE) evaluates candidate teaching ability, dive knowledge, skills level, understanding of the PADI System, attitude, professionalism and other attributes required of PADI Instructors. IEs are conducted over at least two days by an Instructor Examiner using standardized, objective testing criteria. When these criteria are met, candidates achieve the PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor rating. 

IDC Prerequisites 

​  1. PADI Divemaster or:

     • an instructor member in good standing (renewed or eligible to renew) with another recognized recreational diver training organization.

     • have a leadership-level certification in good standing (renewed or eligible to renew) with another recognized recreational diver training organization; 60 logged dives; documented experience in night diving, deep diving and underwater navigation.

  2. 18 years old

  3. Medical clearance attesting to dive fitness signed by a physician within the previous 12 months, and have had no medical condition changes.

  4. Certified diver for at least six months.

  5. Completed the EFR Primary and Secondary Care course, or other qualifying training, within the last 24 months. Note: Emergency First Response Instructor (or qualifying rating) is required for Open Water Scuba Instructor certification.

  6. If not a PADI Divemaster, successfully complete the PADI Divemaster course diver rescue skills assessment.

  7. Documentation of any nonPADI qualifying entry level, advanced, rescue and leadership level certifications as required. 

 

Price

For group or if you want a split schedule, please contact us.

In case of diving staffs and dive shops in Okinawa, please contact us.

 

Instructor Exam

The Instructor Exam(IE) is an evaluative program that tests instructor candidates’ teaching ability, dive theory knowledge, dive skills, understanding of the PADI System, and attitude and professionalism, to determine whether or not the candidate is sufficiently prepared to become a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. PADI IEs are standardized evaluations, using objective criteria, that are overseen by PADI Regional Headquarters and PADI Instructor Examiners. Assuming all other requirements have been met, those who meet the IE performance requirements earn PADI Instructor certification. The requirements appear on the IE Candidate Statement of Understanding.

Instructor Examination(IE) - 2 Days

  • Dive Theory Examinations: Physics, Physiology, Recreational Dive Planners, Dive Skills and Environment, and Equipment 

        - Total 60 questions(12Q each), pass 75% or higher in 90mins ​

  • PADI Systems, Standards and Procedures Examination

        - Totla 50 questions, pass 75% or higher in 90mins​

  • Knowledge Development Presentations :  3.5 or higher

  • Confined Water Teaching Presentations: 3.4 or higher

  • Confined Water Skill Circuit: 5 skills, passing score is 17 total points for all five skills and each skill at 3.0 or higher.

  • Open Water Teaching Presentations: 3.4 or higher

  • Open Water Rescue Demonstration: Rescue exercise #7 unconscious/non-breathing diver at the surface

  • General Skills & Professionalism

Other payment / fee

  • PADI IE Fee: 103,400 

  • Interpreter: If candidates cannot speak in Japanese, needs interpreter 

 

2020 IDC/IE Schedule

The Instructor Exam(IE) is an evaluative program that tests instructor candidates’ teaching ability, dive theory knowledge, dive skills, understanding of the PADI System, and attitude and professionalism, to determine whether or not the candidate is sufficiently prepared to become a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. PADI IEs are standardized evaluations, using objective criteria, that are overseen by PADI Regional Headquarters and PADI Instructor Examiners. Assuming all other requirements have been met, those who meet the IE performance requirements earn PADI Instructor certification. The requirements appear on the IE Candidate Statement of Understanding.

IE Prerequisites 

​  1. Successfully complete an IDC or OWSI program within 12 months of IE start date

  2. 100 logged dives*

  3. PADI Instructor Certificate of Completion that has both IDC (OWSI program) completion date and dive experience sections signed by a PADI Course Director, or:

   • PADI IE Certificate of Participation from initial IE.

   • For a third IE, a PADI IE Certificate of Participation, plus written verification of prescribed remediation completion by an Active status Course Director.

  4. PADI IE Enrollment form and fee.

  5. Medical clearance attesting to dive fitness signed by a physician within the previous 12 months, and have had no medical condition changes.

 

Exit Requirements

  • Emergency First Response Instructor (or qualifying certification)

  • If CDC graduate, show proof of 100 logged dives*.

*PADI Five Star Career Development Center (CDC) program candidates enrolled in five pre- or post-IDC courses or a six-week program may attend a PADI Instructor Examination with a minimum of 60 logged dives. For PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certification they must meet the 100 logged dive requirement. 

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