/// The Adventures of DMT Chelsea – Hard Rewarding Work

18 Aug / 2014
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The Adventures of DMT Chelsea - Hard Rewarding Work Hi! I’m Chelsea, the newest DMT at Two Fish Divers Lembongan and I am all the way from England. I am currently 1 week into my 4 week Divemaster internship, and time is flying by.

The biggest learning point for me so far has been how much hard work goes on behind the scenes of a dive shop. Taking tanks and equipment to the boat, washing equipment, filling tanks etc. But it is rewarding to see how this helps the guests to have a lovely stay and enjoy their dives.

I have been able to assist in a couple of courses, including EFR and a rescue courses in which it was great fun to practise my acting skills and fine-tune my own rescue skills. There is also lots of theory work to do and this week I practiced my first dive briefing, hopefully I will become more confident as time goes on! I also jumped in the pool yesterday with instructor Karoline to help her with her open water students. It was really interesting to see all the skills that I will need to master and it was great to have the chance to practice some of these skills with Karoline, its been so long since I did them!

There has also been time to explore the local dive sites with some fun dives. So far I have seen turtles, mantas, dolphins at the surface, sea snakes and much more!More DM Intern_button

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  • Bob Mooneyhan 29 Aug 2014

    Keep up the hard work, the confidence will just come. Just passed my Rescue Diver Coarse this summer, in Key Largo, Florida. Keep up the good work, keep heading for the top. Bob


  • Bob Mooneyhan 29 Aug 2014

    Keep up the good work Chelsea, I too completed my Rescue Diver coarse this summer in Key Largo, Fl. and yes it is a lot of work, but very rewarding at the end. Good Job!!


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