padi rescue diver course
The most challenging course,yet very rewarding. Be a more confident diver with your skills as a diver.
The PADI Rescue Diver Course with EFR (Emergency First Response) course takes four full days to complete.
The course is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to prevent, and if necessary, manage dive emergencies. The course broadens a diver’s awareness and improves their skills and confidence. Most certified PADI Rescue Divers look back on their rescue training as one of the most challenging – sometimes demanding – and therefore most rewarding courses they’ve taken. The subject is serious but the training is fun.
The course covers a wide range of topics including, The Psychology of Rescue, Recognizing Diver Stress, Accident Management, Assisting Responsive and Unresponsive Divers at the Surface and Underwater, Equipment Problems, Oxygen Delivery Systems, Missing Diver Procedures, Responding to Diver Emergencies and in-water Rescue Breathing.
The course will cover:
- Knowledge development – this will be done in the classroom with the instructor and will be your introduction to the basic theory of scuba diving.
- You will complete the EFR course before starting the Rescue Diver course.
- Dives as per PADI course standards
Minimum 5 days 4 nights stay to complete the course including the Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care
You must be
- Advanced Open Water Certification
- Complete the required medical questionnaire to ensure you are fit to dive