Scuba diving is a growing business and our Centre specialises in providing divers with PADI Instructor Training needed to make a Career out of diving by becoming a fully licenced PADI Instructor.
Whether you are looking to gain qualifications allowing you to seek employment as an Instructor, or go a step further by becoming a dive centre owner or manager, we can provide you with a complete package allowing you to realise your ambition.

We provide specialised  in-house Instructor training for both recreational and technical diving as well as support and advice should you decide to open your own dive centre; Our support can include; helping you stock up with the right rental dive equipment for your school, as well as PADI Course materials, shop fittings, Compressors with air storage bank systems and blending panels for Nitrox and Trimix.

We are also happy to assist you with preparing for and achieving ISO certification for your new dive centre.

Most PADI Instructor training centres offer Instructor training as internship programms by enticing you with "free" training in exchange for work at the dive centre. Priority for these cenetres will always be given to the bread and butter diving services with the Professional courses having to fit round this. We believe your Instructor training is too important to come second best to the general running of a busy dive centre.
At Maltaqua we place the priority where it belongs, your professional training and your future as a PADI Professional.

We provide a complete range of PADI Professional training starting from Divemaster and extending to Assistant Instructor, Open Water Instructor, Medic First Aid Instructor, Master Scuba Diver Trainer and Staff Instructor.
On our Gold Curriculum courses we offer hands-on training, whereby you get the opportunity to join our Instructor team for a minimum of a 6 months  while completing your selected course/s. During this period you will shadow our Senior Instructors so that you can see how different Instructors tackle day to day issues with students, so you will be able to witness different techniques and eventually find your own way to help your future students overcome their own difficulties during their diver training.