Why do your PADI IDC with me?

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The image of the beach was taken on the leeward side of Majuro, an atoll in the Marshal Islands, which should and could be an idyllic paradise. It made me sick to the stomach. What can I do? Keep on reading please…

While researching all the different IDC programs that are offered by different Course Directors and Dive Centers you will find offers ranging from free IDC prep courses, free diving, free accommodation, free Nitrox course, etc. 

Here is what the #IDCWITHKAI is offering you so that you can really be a “better” instructor:

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AS OF JANUARY 2019, I WILL DONATE AUD$100 PER CANDIDATE TO YOUR CHOICE OF ORGANISATION TO HELP FIGHT THE PLASTIC POLLUTION OF OUR OCEANS.

You also get this awesome T-Shirt which will hopefully get others to talk to you about how to reduce plastic pollution.

OHHH, BY THE WAY, YOU ALSO GET A TOP NOTCH QUALITY PADI INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT COURSE TO GET YOU QUALIFIED FOR YOUR NEW CAREER.

Here are just a few other reasons:

  • German and Spanish language assistance

  • Access to exclusive videos to prepare before you start

  • State of the art training centre

  • Great Barrier Reef

  • Quality over quantity

  • Access to exclusive study materials

  • Start anytime with e-Learning

  • Daily lunch available at $3

  • Daily transfers from Cairns free of charge

  • IE assistance

The PADI IDC are done in conjunction with Top PADI 5 Star IDC Centres, Quicksilver Dive located in Port Douglas, Australia and Two Fish located in Bali, Indonesia.

You get to choose if your money goes to PADI’s Project Aware, Tangaroa Blue, or the Australian Marine Conservation Society.

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Project AWARE®

Project AWARE® is a global movement for ocean protection powered by a community of adventurers. We connect the passion for ocean adventure with the purpose of marine conservation.

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Tangaroa blue

In 2004 a small group of concerned individuals came together to clean beaches between Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste in Western Australia. As marine debris continuously flows onto the coastline, the project focused not only onto the removal of the marine debris, but also documenting what was being collected.  

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AUSTRALIAN MARINE CONSERVATION SOCIETY

The Australian Marine Conservation Society is one of the oldest conservation groups in Australia, and the only conservation group dedicated solely to protecting Australia’s amazing oceans and marine wildlife.

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