Lead the Adventure
Lead the Adventure


Is it time to call the ocean your office?

As a PADI® Divemaster or Instructor, you can transform your lifestyle, open up new opportunities and discover the best version of yourself. Combine your love of the ocean and passion for seeking adventure and turn it into a flexible and rewarding profession. 


Turn your dive hobby into a career.

Join PADI experts, Eric Albinsson and Erika Hoffman, and special guest, PADI AmbassaDiver™, Rocio Gajon Bunker, in a webcast to discover everything you need to know about becoming a PADI Professional.



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Erika Hoffman

Business Development Manager, PADI EMEA

Erika came to work at PADI over 20 years ago, after discovering a new career as a PADI Instructor. Following a successful career in another industry, Erika learned to dive and quickly went on to become a PADI Instructor so that she could share her passion for scuba diving with others. It’s a job that has taken her all over the world to places like Africa, Malta and the Maldives, discovering new people, cultures and the most magnificent oceans and their inhabitants.  

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Eric Albinsson

Instructor Development Programs Specialist, PADI Americas

In his role at PADI, Eric has the pleasure of training PADI Members how to use PADI courses, programs, products, and services to bring joy, adventure, and a love for the aquatic environment to their students and customers in turn. Eric first learned to scuba dive as a 14-year-old while living in Zambia and, because of diving, found a career that has taken him on adventures all over the world.

Rocio Bunker
Rocio Gajon Bunker

PADI AmbassadiverTM and Course Director

Rocio grew up in the small town of La Paz, Mexico. Her heart belonged to the oceans the moment she submerged beneath it for the first time. Since then, every step of her life has been dedicated to the oceans. Rocio became a PADI Instructor in 2009 because she wanted to help the diving community, introduce people to scuba, train divers to gain confidence underwater, and develop skills and knowledge to respect and protect our seas.