He teaches the PADI IDC (Instructor Course) in English and French. He has a passion for instructing divers and has a lot of experience to share.
Gwen is from Britany, France. He has started his professional career 12 years ago in Greece, where he completed his Divemaster internship. He then traveled to Corsica, France to become an Instructor. In order to expand his experience and grow his career, he decided to learn more about cave diving and went to Mexico to become Full Cave Diver. He has been exploring the underwater world in Spain, Vietnam, Dominican Republic, France, Thailand, Belgium, Mexico, Canary Islands, Croatia, and across the United States... he has taught hundreds of courses in the process.
“To be part of the Dive Professional Community is something! Some days you teach or guide on the boat, some you are helping customers in the shop. Each day is something different and exciting."
Today Gwen is a Course Director working for the best 5 Star IDC Dive Center in Central Florida. Gwen believes that working at Seminole Scuba has such an enriching opportunity. It has been opportunity for him to share his passion for the profession and pass that on to divers eager to become dive professionals.
The education at Seminole Scuba is unparalleled. We offer training in several languages, with a vast amount of experience to share with our candidates. To become a PADI Divemaster or Instructor is a big step in a diver's development and there is no doubt that at Seminole Scuba we make sure each step is being done in the proper way.
There are dive professionals trained by Seminole Scuba working across the globe. We know that our passion and reach is extensive and take such pride in knowing the untold numbers of divers enjoying the underwater world started right here, in Lake Mary, Florida.
IDC July 2020 + MSDT Prep
Gwen is really determined, disciplined yet patient when it comes to teaching. With his thorough teaching, I was prepared to overcome any problem. He breaks down harder questions into simple analogies that will stick in your head for a long time. Concepts became way simpler. One particular thing that helped me during the Instructor Exam is basically “What would Gwen do to teach and solve this skill?” I put myself in his shoes and try to think like him. The outcome, I’m a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor as of today.