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Our Courses

We offer a wide range of PADI professional courses. Find out more about our Bali IDC or Divemaster course below.

Take the first step into the professional scuba world and become a PADI Divemaster on Bali. Join us at Joe’s Gone Diving and get the most sought after certification in the professional diving industry.

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Do you love to teach? The PADI Assistant Instructor enables you to teach parts of PADI’s core dive courses and a few PADI Specialties on your own, such as Photography and Peak Performance Buoyancy.

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Join us at Joe’s Gone Diving for a life changing experience and fulfill your dream to become a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. Take your IDC on Bali and become a dive professional.

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Add more diversity to your dive job and become a PADI Specialty Instructor. Being able to teach various specialties is fun and very rewarding. Transfer your passion for specialized diving activities to your students.

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Become an Emergency First Response Instructor in Bali and teach people how to provide primary and secondary care in and outside the diving industry.

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Take your teaching to the next level and take the PADI IDC Staff Instructor course on Bali. You will follow the IDC process, and learn from our Course Director how to teach the next generation of PADI Instructors.

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IDC Online Classroom

Dive theory explained the easy way


As you will know, the world above water looks and works completely different that the world below. Learn more about the different physical aspects under water and how to explain them to your divers or student divers. Find out all you need to know about physics in this section.


Understanding your Respiratory and Circulatory systems not only gives you a better understanding of how to prevent or handle accidents. It also helps you to explain specific topics and objections non-divers have towards diving.


The choices of equipment are limitless, but the core functions are the same. In real life, equipment can malfunction in unlikely events. To be able to fix small issues you will need to understand how each part is working. We will also cover general standards and regulations.

Skills & Environment

To guarantee safety and fun during your dives and courses, you need to be able to make the best possible decision when it comes down to tides, waves and currents. As a Dive Instructor you will teach people in the PADI Open Water course more about the environment and how to read it.


Most of us are getting the shivers only mentioning the RDP. No worries guys, in this section I will explain to you how that little card works in an computer assisted age.

Dive Skills

The PADI Open Water course has 24 different skills, the PADI Rescue course has 10 skills, the PADI Advanced course has….I guess you get the picture. How do you demonstrate all these different skills, how can you break them up in small blocks people can remember?