Our Commitment To You

After your divemaster course

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Congratulations! You have now completed your Divemaster course with Roatan Divers and are trying to decide what's next? We are committed to helping our graduates as best we can to find the right next step or place for them. With our years of experience working at dive centers across the globe, we are happy to offer insight and answer any questions you may have. If you are interested or planning on staying in Roatan for additional time, we can guide you through your options here locally. 

 
 

BECOME A PADI INSTRUCTOR

This is where the fun really starts!

Building on all the skills you've learned doing your Divemaster, becoming a PADI Instructor means now you can teach diving from beginner to more advanced courses. Once certified as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor you can teach the following:

A Roatan Divers Instructor teaching students

A Roatan Divers Instructor teaching students

  • Discover Scuba Diving
  • Open Water
  • Advanced Open Water
  • Rescue Diver
  • Divemaster
  • Bubblemaker/Seal Team 
  • Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Diver
  • Project AWARE Specialties

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Roatan Divers is a PADI 5 Star IDC Center

As an Instructor Development Course Center, we offer the instructor course needed to take the next big step as a PADI Professional. Becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) offers you a huge competitive edge for working in the dive industry.   

 

Work as an Underwater Videographer

Roatan Divers works with UMI Productions to offer full media services. You can combine UMI Productions’ professional 2 week underwater videography course with your Divemaster program. We teach you about composition, setting up shots, editing - everything you need to make great underwater videos. Watch some of our videos shot directly from the reef here in Roatan! 

Diving at West End Wall in Roatan, Honduras. Filmed and edited by Saaya Sorrells-Weatherford for UMI Productions, music by mindthings, "The Last Time on this Earth".

West End Wall is located at the western tip of Roatan, and provides a great opportunity to swim with loads of schools of fish feeding in the current. A dive at West End Wall can lead you to Texas, one of Roatan's most famous dive areas, and it's definitely not a site to be missed!located at the western tip of Roatan, and provides a great opportunity to swim with loads of schools of fish feeding in the current.