Written by guest blogger Aga Koko Being a diving instructor is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world, but also quite a tough one. Nevertheless people often think it is not a job at all – only a pleasure that we are paid for. So, let’s have a closer look at some misconceptions...
The Bearer of Dreams – Elite Instructor Ross Neill
PADI Platinum Course Director and 300 Level Elite Instructor Ross Neill talks about bringing divers’ dreams to life.
How Being a PADI Pro Leads to Unexpected Adventures Abroad
Working as PADI Instructors, Adam and Christine have had some fantastic adventures. They spend their days scuba diving to earn money for traveling.
9 Steps to Become a Scuba Role Model
Being a PADI Instructor requires responsibility — not just serving as an example of safe dive practices but who also encourages others to apply themselves.
My PADI Interview: “Scuba Zac” Araneta, Dive Tribe Leader
PADI Elite Instructor Scuba Zac has been instilling passion and shaping divers into ocean advocates for the past two decades.