Today everybody was in such a good mood when we got back on land after the second open water dive during this PADI IDC
, it had to be that the IDC
was over! Or maybe a few had some real good scored and scored 5 out of 5!
Either way, a sight of relief was heard around the island. Well done you all, it's done and dusted! This IDC
can now officially be put in the archives.
Class of November 2012, left to right; Romain, Tiago, Johan (PADI Master Instructor), Camille (PAFI Course Director), Agnes, Oskar, Franzi, Lydia, Hakan and Tabea
At work during knowledge development, coffee is missing!
A lot of hard work has been put into IDC by the candidates and it did cost a few bits of sweat (for real) and tears (figuratively speaking) for them. It seems that it's paying off though.
Franzi during her classroom presentation about Project Aware
Considering the size of the group, we worked well and efficiently and it all came together towards the end of the course. They are most certainly ready for the PADI IE
starting 29th November here on Malapascua
in the Philippines. Come Sunday afternoon, 2nd December, we should have 8 new PADI instructors on the island
Romain keeping it on the hush hush during confined water
Hakan and the two half hitches
This is a good moment to thank all 8 candidates for the good times and fun we had and thanks to Johan who staffed this IDC and who did a great job helping out and making it run in a timely fashion.
It will be interesting to keep following all of them and see where they end up working. Plenty of plans have been made and a first start of a good network is in place with so many candidates during this program.
The boss in action
If you're interested in participating in a PADI IDC
with PADI CDC Center Sea Explorers in the Philippines, please contact me
for more information on our programs. The 2013 Philippines IDC schedule for Sea Explorers and me can be found here
We kick off 27th January followed by 14th March, both on Malapascua
. We will have a total of 6 programs next year, so; See you next year!
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