Koh Samui PADI IDC for October 2011 is halfway
Some busy days are already behind us with some more busy days ahead of us! Almost sounds like an IDC
. It's also interesting to see the interaction in a group this size and so far it's all good.
From left to right; Paul (staffing), Jose, Chris, Christophe (staffing), Callan, Imad (staffing), Aiko (staffing), Mewi and Ami (staffing)
Callan in action with his Australian Baywatch T-shirt
Plenty of classroom presentations have been conducted, knowledge development presentations by the students presented, skill circuits practiced, sweat has been lost over exams and confined water presentations have been dealt with. Open Water is still to come, so it's keep them out of trouble for the time being!
Staffing is fun, looking at Aiko and Ami
Confined water presentations
We have a few more days to go and before the PADI IE starts, there are some days to relax for the candidates and review their knowledge and skills.
As usual, rescue exercise # 7 was on the menu as well, the eternal unconscious diver at the surface
The first IDC in 2012 will kick off 8th January on Koh Samui, Thailand.
I'm looking forward seeing you at any of these programs.
Labels: IDC, Koh Samui, Training