The February 2009 IDC is completed
Well, at least almost! Tomorrow morning (early) we'll complete the last segment of the OWSI course, the Open Water dive. This is a change of the schedule since one of the students, Baerbel, has an ear infection and we are trying to give her an additional day out of the water, so her ear gets some more rest.
Tomorrow afternoon the PADI IE will kick off as well!
Baerbel and Gav during the preparation of the Open Water of the AI Course, last week.
course had more Confined Water presentations and here is Imad
giving a demonstration using
his 'Certified Assistant' Preben
on how the CESA
or Controlled Emergency Swimming Ascent is conducted, during his briefing
During the Confined and Open Water dives of an IDC PADI
has now included continual education courses in the curriculum
for the students, which makes the whole IDC
more realistic and interesting and here we see Preben
demonstrating how to 'exit an unconscious diver out of the water' from the Rescue Diver course
There was also more Knowledge Development work to be completed by the candidates and we can see Baerbel
with an umbrella
during one of her presentations, a really inspired and unusual 'non diving' training aid.
It was a hard work for all of us but now they're ready to spill their guts when the PADI IE kicks off tomorrow afternoon.
Labels: IDC, Training