If you're considering diving into to the world professional instructional diving, you could benefit from a guide to teaching springboard diving lessons. Teaching springboard diving lessons can be exciting, not to mention lucrative. Teaching springboard diving lessons requires a great deal of tenacity, skill and ambition. You also need to be able to market yourself aggressively, since there's a lot of competition in the world of springboard diving instruction.
- Become a certified "Master Diver." In order to teach springboard diving, you must have a "Master Diver" certificate. Take classes at a local gym or recreational center, or sign up for certification with PADI, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors. This process could take anywhere from three months to a year, depending on how advanced your diving skills are when you begin.
- Rent out a space. You'll need a regulated environment in which to conduct your classes. Most fitness centers will rent out par of the pool to instructors who teach springboard diving lessons for a modest fee.
- Market, market, market. Perhaps the most important thing to do in order teaching springboard diving lessons is marketing. Take out ads in local listings, both print and online. Connect with others who teach springboard diving lessons. Go to local swim meets and diving competitions. Market aggressively and you'll be able to build a list of loyal students.
- Stay on top of instructor regulations. It's important to keep your "Master Diver" certification current and to ensure that you teaching environment conforms to industry standard and PADI regulations. Don't take a chance with getting banned from PADI for lack of current certification or other unethical behaviors. Stay on top of the administrative side of things and you can reap great rewards by teaching springboard diving.
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