The first Pro level within the RAID system (30 days)
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A RAID Divemaster is one of the most highly respected ratings in the dive community and the first Pro level within the RAID system. RAID Divemaster is a prerequisite to becoming a RAID Dive Instructor. As a RAID Divemaster you can plan, organize and lead dives for certified divers. If you love diving and want to share your passion with others, if you are looking for an exciting career or to travel Planet Ocean with a professional credential under your belt, a RAID Divemaster course is for you. The following is a indication of the requirements to become a RAID Divemaster. You must first complete as a minimum the following RAID courses (this information does not cover everything): Open Water 20, Nitrox Advanced 35 Deep 40 First Aid Navigation Master Rescue Diver. We recommend you complete at least two other specialty ratings to help build on your professional standing, such as those that may be useful and unique to your area of employment (e.g. Wreck Diver if your local region has a wreck site or Night and limited visibility Diver if there is a popular night dive in your vicinity). You require a minimum 25 hours of logged in-water experience and 60 logged dives in open water to become a RAID Divemaster. This is essential to set you up for completing the course and to take on the necessary responsibilities that come with a professional-level qualification. You will also need to have a diving medical less than 12 months old, that is signed-off on by a licensed medical practitioner. Note that at RAID, we require a higher standard of training than most other diver training agencies at all levels. It is not that the RAID training is more difficult, it is just more comprehensive and therefore we believe that we typically train better divers. If you have undertaken training from another training agency we do recognize this training; however in most instances, you will find you need to do some additional training prior to starting with RAID, especially if you have only fulfilled the minimum requirements required by most other agencies. For example, you will be required to provide documented evidence of at least 5 hours of diving to more than 27 meters / 90 feet and have been trained to 40 meters / 130 feet. At RAID we do not feel good buoyancy control should be part of a specialty diver certification. If you have come through the RAID system you would have been taught to hover in the horizontal diver position.