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These Diving Hand Signals are used the most by PADI Divemasters or Diving Instructors to teach there diving students - http://www.idckohtaothailand.com - PADI Platinum Course Director Marcel van den Berg will show you the most common ones used in the PADI IDC, Divemaster and recreational diving courses. If you want to be a good or even the best PADI Diving Instructor or Divemaster then you need to give good and strong hand signals under the water to communicate clearly with your diving students. Differences between good and bad hand signals as a dive professional: Bad diving hand signals: -Weak/soft hand signals (fun divers and students don't take these signals seriously) -To strong/aggressive hand signals (can scare the fun diver or student, diving is supposed to be fun) Good diving hand signals: -Right in between a strong and weak hand signal like shown in this YouTube video -Long enough to be seen -Friendly diving hand signals These dive signals YouTube video can also be used for recreational divers. What is very important to understand is that there are no standards on how a signals has to be given. That is the reason why you sometimes see slightly different diving signals depending on location and Divemaster, PADI Instructor or another Fun Diver. A small difference in a signal for example "more distance in between divers" might not be that bad, but if a buddy team uses very different signals for air/gas consumption that can be dangerous. In other words it is very important to always go over the hand signals used on that dive before the dive. Especially with new people or diving students. If you are taking your PADI Divemaster or PADI IDC course then it's important to have realistic hand signals especially on the PADI IE when PADI Staff will evaluate you. Again you can have slightly different signals, but it has to come close to what it means. Like for example: PADI Staff or Examiners won't like it if you start flapping your hands like a bird to introduce that you have 70 bar air/gas left. But they do accept different signals for 70 bar as long as they are serious and commonly used. We know that giving underwater diving hand signals the correct way is so very important for control, we at Sairee Cottage Diving 5 Star IDC Centre on Koh Tao, Thailand give an extra signal workshop during the PADI Divemaster and IDC course. Please check out more of the DM and IDC YouTube video's here: Neutral Buoyant DMT/IDC Skills Circuit: https://youtu.be/rNMROWd23dM Kneeing DM/IDC Skill Circuit: https://youtu.be/rSWw_BJEQ6M PADI IDC Confined Water Skill Presentations: https://youtu.be/m-YblSmq7kY PADI IDC Open Water Skill Presentations: https://youtu.be/H6_JQCOxYS0 IDC Rescue Diver Skills: https://youtu.be/uB6L443eK4s PADI Rescue Exercise 7: https://youtu.be/4V8MigsSrQM YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/idckohtaothailand Please share these YouTube links on your social network pages. Please visit our websites: http://www.idckohtaothailand.com http://www.saireecottagediving.com/instructor-development-course-idc-koh-tao-sairee-cottage-diving-koh-tao/ http://www.saireecottagediving.com/dive-master-scuba-diving-koh-tao/ Email us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Special Thanks: Josh Clark from Koh Tao, Thailand for filming Dive Supply Koh Tao: http://www.kohtaodivesupply.com Scuba Pro Dive Equipment: http://www.scubapro.com Please "SUBSCRIBE" to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/idckohtaothailand to stay updated on more Diving Instructor IDC and PADI Divemaster DM Training video's in the future and we are always updating new styles and changes within the PADI system to make sure you become the best PADI professional, best PADI Divemaster or best PADI Dive Instructor. Please hit the "LIKE" Button if you liked this YouTube video and please leave a comment... And share this with the world by "SHARING" this video with your Facebook or other Social Network! I wish you all the best of success in your Diving Career! Marcel van den Berg PADI Platinum Course Director Sairee Cottage Diving Koh Tao, Thailand
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