The PADI IDC for November 2015 in Moalboal, Philippines has reached the half way mark and that's faster than you realize. It's another course during which we have lots of fun, hence time flies. In conjunction with PADI 5* IDC 'Neptune Diving Adventure' in Moalboal in the Philippines, we have an international class again, with candidates coming from Sweden and Belgium and with a Swedish/Finnish double nationality.
Rescue exercise # 7 practice, the unconscious diver at the surface, in full swing
We have been covering a lot of ground during the last 5 days, with skill circuits in confined water, confined water presentations and workshops, classroom presentations by me and the candidates and more workshops, confined and open water dives and exams are coming, plus some more power point presentations! It keeps everybody on their toes without putting unnecessary pressure on the candidates or without task loading them.
Kristian in the pool
With such a small class, we have early days and we still have a nice pace. The PADI IE will be coming up soon, during the first couple of December days and the way things look like, they will be ready for the exam days.
Mattias proudly showing that is air is depleted in the pool, and showing us how to deal with this situation, whilst Thomas watches on in the background
Want to enjoy a relaxed PADI IDC, come and join me for one of up and coming programs, starting with the first program of 2016, scheduled to start 12th January on Koh Lanta, Thailand
, followed by 2nd February on Phuket, Thailand
and this followed by 20th February in Khao Lak, Thailand
See you there,
Labels: IDC, Moalboal, Philippines, Training