At Dive Rutland, we encourage our staff and students to continue in their diving development. This is true from our newest student to our newest Master Instructor - Tracey Roberts.
Tracey has mentored many students through from Open Water to Divemaster. Taught new assistant instructors and helped to coach and staff, instructor development courses for new instructor candidates.
What is the Master Instructor Rating?
- Issued 150 PADI certifications at various levels (including Rescue Diver, Dive Master & Assistant Instructor)
- Participated in three PADI Seminars.
- Issued 10 Emergency First Response course completion cards.
- Used the complete PADI System of diver education, including all appropriate PADI training materials, when conducting PADI programs.
- Demonstrated support of the PADI organisation and have no verified Quality Management violations within the past six months.
In PADI's words:
PADI Master Instructors are recognised as elite scuba diving educators who, through dedication and hard work, have proven to be dive industry leaders. You earn the Master Instructor rating by exemplifying what it means to be a scuba diving professional through your teaching efforts and professional conduct.
Why did Tracey become an Instructor?
Interested in why Tracey become an Instructor? Have a look at the piece written back in September by Tracey
Time for you?
If you’re thinking about becoming an Instructor, just get in touch, we can guarantee lots of fun.