Learning to dive is a long journey. Now that you have mastered most of
the techniques of scuba diving, maybe you might think about upgrading your skills to the level of instructor.
Once you finish this course, you will be able to teach others how to do scuba diving anywhere in the world.

PADI Instructor Course (IDC)


Duration: 12 to 14 days

Are you already PADI Divemaster and do you want to continue your dive career and take the next step? Then it's time to start your Padi Instructor Development Course (IDC). The IDC consists of two sections, the Assistant Instructor (AI) course and the Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) program. The PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) course will give you the knowledge to teach and manage divers through all courses.

What will you learn during the Course?
The AI education will be applied during the OWSI course and a mixture of new knowledge and development of teaching in confined water and open water.

You will also be taught how to conduct programs and instructor courses, as well as managing and sales training in order to market and promote courses. Business and management will be covered too, this assists you with the expected PADI standards and principles that should be applied.



Diving Instructor: Yes 

Tanks and weights rental: Yes 





EFR Instructor


PADI Teaching Materials

Recommended to bring your own material

PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer


Marine Park fees (Pay in cash on board)

€ 10 per day per person


The course will be conducted in Hurghada by course director Mustafa Alsayyad.

Mustafa is the first Egyptian PADI Course Director graduated from PADI America, California, in 1991. He has been continually teaching IDC's (27 years experience as a PADI Course Director) in Hurghada, Sharm el Sheikh, Marsa Alam, Nueiba, Red Sea, Egypt, KSA, Qatar, Morocco, Kuwait, Jordan and other countries.

PADI Instructor Course (IDC)

Course Director Mustafa Al Sayyad with Mr. John Cronin CEO of PADI on 1993 at padi office in America

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