PADI IDC Gili Islands

Congrats to PADI Course Director Holly Macleod; Already Platinum for 2019 in Only 6 Months on the IDC Gili Islands in 2018

Having only just received the full range of PADI Worldwide, PADI Asia Pacific and Scuba Diving Industry Awards for 2018 Industry Recognized Award Winning Multiple Platinum PADI Course Director appears to have already met the prerequisites for the PADI Platinum Award of 2019; and all in 6 months.


Gili Islands, Indonesia -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/21/2018 --Every year a select number of PADI Course Directors are Awarded through the Frequent Trainer Program once a year and receive the Gold, Silver or Platinum Award which donates not only a commitment to the diving Industry, but is also a direct indicator of output and production. It's not surprising that Holly receives all of the available Industry Awards, but what is surprising is that in only 6 months of 2018 Holly has already met the requirements for the 2019 Elite and Platinum Awards. Now it's worth a look at why the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) with Industry Leading Platinum PADI Course Director has become the number one choice for professional divers looking to start out on a brand new career.

As one of the more popular choices for professional scuba diving instructor level training, Holly offers candidates the ultimate chance to gain the necessary knowledge, skills and most of all confidence to start a career as a recreational Scuba Diving Instructor. Holly has a wealth of experience within the recreational diving industry spanning over 15 years and working within a variety of diving related jobs and in a range of different geographical diving destinations. The program currently takes place in the only PADI 5 Star IDC Career Development Center (IDC) to be established on the island of Gili Trawangan and therefore offers the absolute best in professional scuba diving training. The PADI IDC program itself has been purposely designed by Holly Macleod to provide candidates with the absolute highest possible standard of training which is generally considered to be in a league of its own; way over and above the standard generally found within the recreational diving industry.

Although group numbers tend to be high it has actually proved as a benefit to individual Instructor candidates by providing a broader range of problem-solving opportunities to fine tune personal teaching techniques. Other benefits of having a larger group is that allow candidates to gain more on hands exposure to PADI skills and more variation in delivery, organization and managing students. Another great thing about larger group sizes is that Holly runs a variety of group orientated workshops designed to enhance teamwork ability; a necessary tool within any modern day dive center.

When it comes to researching the PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) in the Gili Islands, Indonesia there are many sources of information, news and updates. The PADI IDC Gili Islands Website offers the latest updates and a more detailed ideas of what candidates should expect during the course where as the absolute real-time news and updates can be found on Facebook by becoming a Gili IDC Indonesia Fan. Another great way of gaining real untainted first-hand reviews and there is no better than the TripAdvisor platform and particularly the Gili Islands PADI IDC Review Page. To find out more about the PADI IDC Gili Islands Recognitions check out last year's achievements.

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