Many experienced divers consider the PADI Rescue Diver course to be the most important in their diving education. Being an advanced diver after completing the Advanced Open Water Diver training, you can take care of yourself, complete the planned task and feel confident underwater. The time has come to take care of others as well. In addition to you, there are other divers under the water, even your diving partner but also other divers from the group or other groups diving in the same place and at the same time. The Rescue Diver course will teach you how to recognize potential threats, predict what can happen so that you can react quickly and prevent a potentially dangerous situation. This training will also teach you how to help.
The Rescue Diver course consists of theoretical classes and practical sessions. During these classes, you will learn authorship procedures, stress management, first aid in diving and solving hardware problems. Practical sessions are a practice of various scenarios that you may encounter while diving. You will practice helping in and out of the water, panicked diver responses, ascending with a backup air source, providing first aid on the surface while removing equipment. You will learn the procedures during a lost diver and pressure injuries, all while having fun.
You must have your own equipment for the PADI Rescue Diver course. During the training you will receive air cylinders and ballast. You will also get specialized equipment. If you are missing an item, you can rent it from us.
You will learn authorship skills at the pool.
The price includes
– 5 theoretical sessions
– 2 days in open waters (scenarios)
– PADI educational materials
– Specialist gear
– PADI certification fee
The price does not include
– Travel expenses for open waters
– Base fees on departure
– EFR course (required to complete Rescue Diver course)