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Posted Jun 23rd, 2011 by Jeff
June’s Koh Tao PADI IE finished today, and ‘it’s all good‘ news from Simple Life Divers.
Following on from their Divemaster internship & intensive PADI IDC (PADI Instructor Development Course), Alistair Bygrave and Xiang Min ‘Alexis’ flew through PADI’s external examination are now PADI Open Water Scuba Instructors 🙂 Congratulations!
Image: Alexis and Alistair pass the Koh Tao PADI IDC and qualify as PADI Open Water scuba instructors
Both Alexis and Alistair got great scores on all their PADI IE assignments. Alexis is sticking around on Koh Tao for her PADI MSDT dive internship next month, teaching her first 25 PADI certifications and becoming qualified to teach specialized diving activities (deep, enriched-air [nitrox] and more). Meanwhile Alistair is continuing on with his world travels and we hope to see him again soon.
Images: Alexis and Alistair during a confined water skills session as part of the Koh Tao PADI IE
Image: Straight out of the water in their final examination, Simple Life’s PADI Course Director Jeff congratulates the guys & is confident that the confined water teaching section of the PADI IE went well
Simple Life Divers maintains a 100% pass rate in the PADI IE – and more importantly we’re very proud of Alistair and Alexis and are certain they’ll go on to be excellent PADI Instructors.
Image: Alistair and Alexis with their PADI Instructor ratings.
Adam | Canada
"...initially hesitant to go through the course due to a myriad of fears. I can now say I am 100% satisfied that I did." Read more
Libby B | Hong Kong
"...was a really big deal for me considering the idea of it has always terrified me and I had always avoided trying it before. But Olivier was so reassuring...." Read more
Birgitte | Denmark
"fled the rainy Denmark ... talked that it would be good to get out and dive, but we had not planned that we would get through 22 great dives." Read more