Scuba Diving Instructors Maintain Their Workspace?
A scuba instructor often fulfills their job duties in two separate locations: the classroom and the water. Maintaining a clean, organized classroom includes making sure every student has the tools they need to complete the course. Items like pencils, paper, forms, white boards and desks are all part of making in-class training a success.
In the water, which is where a majority of the hands-on training occurs, the environment is less controlled. This means that an instructor must be able to account for any circumstances, both expected and unforeseen, that could affect an individual’s training. Possible poor weather conditions, mechanical issues with the boat and broken diving equipment should always be on an instructor’s mind during a dive.