If you like diving and want to share your knowledge and passion with others, at Squalo Divers we can prepare you with the training you are looking for. Turn what you love into a career and enjoy watching others have fun as much as you do. At Squalo Divers we offer different types of courses, from First Aid to professional dive. Do you still not know what course you are looking for? Here I leave you the characteristics of each one so that your choice fits your needs. PADI divermaster course. It is the first level as a professional dive. Along with PADI instructors, you will perfect your rescue skills, anticipating the major dive problems, and develop other skills such as floating without moving while diving. You will be a role model for other divers, since you will handle and supervise with your new knowledge. This course can be done by people over 18 years. You only need to have previously attended the First Aid Course and CPR, a medical form that certifies that you are physically qualified and a minimum of 40 dives. First Aid Courses. Having confidence is basic to being a rescuer or a lifeguard. EFR courses meet the first aid training requirements for the PADI Rescue Diver course and all CPR professional grade assessments. With this course you will gain knowledge of primary care to help people who do not breathe, have no heart beat, may have spinal injuries, be in shock or have serious bleeding. You will be able to provide all possibilities of survival while you are waiting for medical services on way. You will also learn emergency care for children and infants. The course will also teach you CPR and AED training (use of an automated external defibrillator). Another of the first aid courses offered specializes in workplaces, as some areas (United Kingdom, Australia or Canada) have more demanding government regulations. Finally, you will also be able to refresh your knowledge and skills every 24 months with the EFR Update courses. Instructor of specialties and PADI. You will teach and explore sunken ships in Puerto Morelos, dive with bull sharks in Playa del Carmen, do night dives and you can even teach a course of aquatic photography in the MUSA, as well as diving in cenotes and caves. To be a Master Scuba Diver you will have to certify 25 PADI divers and have obtained 5 specialties.You also have the option of IDC online, studying from a distance at your own pace. Save time in the classroom and practice the skills that will distinguish you as a PADI instructor. You will have one year to complete the online training and take the exam on knowledge of diving physics, physiology, skills, equipment, environment and use of the Recreational Scuba Planner (RDP).PADI Instructors Development Course – IDC Staff in Cancun. You will be a professional who will help with training the instructors. You will learn about the instructor’s development standards, procedures and curricula, how to organize and carry out the PADI Assistant Instructor course, evaluation and counseling psychology and you can evaluate the development of knowledge in a pool and open water.