Challenging and rewarding best describes the PADI Rescue Diver course. This course will expand your knowledge and experience level. Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well being of other divers. Although this course is challenging, it is a rewarding way to build your confidence. Rescue Diver training will prepare you to prevent problems and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies. Many divers say this is the best course they’ve ever taken.
What do I need to start?
You can enroll in the Rescue Diver Course as a certified Advanced Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying certification from another training organization) and participate in the Rescue Diver knowledge development and rescue training sessions, in confined water only, while working on your Advanced Open Water Diver certification.To participate in the rescue training sessions in open water, and to participate in the open water rescue scenarios, you must be certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or have a qualifying certification from another training organisation. Minimum age: 15 years old (12 for PADI Junior Rescue Diver)
What will I do?
Rescue Diver training will prepare you to prevent problems and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies. During the five open water sessions, you’ll cover:
- Self-rescue and diver stress
- Emergency management and equipment
- Panicked diver response
- In-water rescue breathing protocols
- Safe water exits
- Dive accident scenarios
How long will it take?
Recommended Course Hours: 25. Minimum Open Water Training: five sessions over two days
What will I need?
We provide all PADI materials in the price of your course.
How Do I Book a Course?
To book by telephone ring Derek on 07539 388663 and we will take you through the booking process.
Price £399 (including EFR first aid course)
Course Date: Held regularly throughout the year – please ring
Price: £399 (Including EFR first aid course)
- 18 July, 2014
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