ABOUT OUR PADI RESCUE DIVER COURSE

Our Rescue Diver Course Is A Challenge For Those That Can Keep A Cool Head In Adverse Situations

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Are you the kind of person who can function under an emergency? If you are, then you will be interested in our PADI Rescue Diving Course. Our Rescue Diving Course gives you all the tools you willrescue diver need to think and act in an emergency; specifically diving rescue scenarios. You will already have a PADI Advanced Open Water certificate and this course helps you build on gained scuba diving knowledge and sharpen your ability to spot potential problems such as kit which is not secure etc. You will be able to function within a diving accident scenario as well as giving first aid. You will also be trained in how to prevent problems arising.

The main components that make up the PADI Rescue Diver Course are the following:

  • Self-rescue
  • Recognising when other divers are under stress and not managing a situation
  • Emergency management and the equipment needed
  • Helping to rescue divers who have become unsure and scared of their abilities or surroundings
  • Rescuing divers who have become unresponsive
  • Demonstrate steps and procedures on how to administer oxygen to a breathing unresponsive diver and administer CPR

Be aware that most divers who take this course do find it a demanding and intensive experience. On the other hand, divers who complete this course often remark that it is one of the best that they have ever taken!

The PADI Rescue Diver Course Is Taken Over Two Days

DAY ONE – The opening day is split between the classroom and learning within confined water. You will be taken through a range of academic training before you then move on to the practical side of being a rescue diver.

DAY TWO – The second day is devoted to learning and training within the open water. You will bring together all the knowledge and skills previously covered in day one and then train by taking part in simulation diving scenarios where an accident has taken place.

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