PADI Divemaster Internship

If you want to proceed and have a career as a PADI Divemaster, PADI Divemaster Internship is the right step you can take. The internship will help improve your diving skills and confidence to make you become a professional dive master.


It takes 1 to 2 months to finish the PADI Dive Master Internship. In some dive schools, though, the PADI internship may be shortened if you have already taken some requisites, such as being a certified Rescue Diver and having completed 40 logged dives.


During the duration of the internship, you get the feeling of really working as a divemaster. You will develop your leadership skills and hone your diving skills by closely working with professional divemasters, assisting instructors and their student divers, and helping the dive office staff.

You will act like a professional divemaster, who shall work to become proficient at organizing and supervising a group of recreational divers. You will soon be expected to give information and assess hazards of a certain dive point, suggest diving routes, map a dive site, brief divers on the dive map, and check divers in and out of the water from entry point, among others.

The activities during the internship will include both classroom and independent study. It will have water skill and endurance exercises, as well as other organizing and problem-solving exercises.

PADI Divemaster Internship Philippines

Having your PADI Divemaster Internship in the Philippines costs between PhP60,000 to up to Php 100,000. The packages vary, but usually include a certain number of dives, classroom materials, diving equipment, t-shirts, accommodation, meals, airport pick-up and drop-off, and even visa assistance.

Having your divemaster internship in the Philippines has an advantage, just like considering divemaster internship Thailand, since the each country offers unique marine life that gives breathtakingly unique experience. Here in the Philippines in particular, you get to encounter sea cows, thresher sharks, sea turtles, pygmy seahorses, Napoleon Wrasse, and frogfish, among others.

To view PADI Courses and prices, click here: PADI Dive Courses Philippines