Stress & Rescue

The words used to describe the PADI Rescue Diver course most often are “challenging” and “rewarding”.

Let’s focus on yourself first. Become confident to handle emergency situations without putting yourself at risk.

Recognize & manage stress in other divers, practice emergency management, rescuing panicked & unresponsive divers, at the surface and underwater.

PADI Rescue Diver Course Schedule

First Day

 

1pm EFR Course

If you require the EFR course, it will be scheduled for the first day.

Second Day

 

9am Knowledge Development

Discuss rescue scenarios & review theory.

1pm Shallow Water Skills Training

In confined water you learn the different rescue scenarios with a focus on process and situation management.

Third Day

 

9am Knowledge Development

A review of the shallow water skills training and solidifying of Rescue diver knowledge.

1pm Open Water Skills Training

On the dive boat you learn how to manage realistic, simulated rescue scenarios which will increase in intensity. Urgency and managing stress is part of the training.

Fourth Day

 

9am Knowledge Reviews & Exam

Finalise the theory & sit your exam.

1pm Rescue Scenario Practice

The instructor will test your rescue abilities in a more realistic simulation, both increasing stress and intensity of the drills.

PADI Rescue Diver

Plus 4000 for EFR Course (if required).

10000

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First Aid & CPR

An important part of the PADI Rescue diver course is to know how to perform current industry standard CPR and first aid techniques.

The Emergency First Response (EFR) course teaches you how to respond to life threatening emergencies.

Develop knowledge & confidence in safety assessments, rescue breathing, CPR, airway, serious bleeding, shock and spinal injury management.

 

 

 

Prerequisites

 

  • To be an Adventure diver (for PADI) or above
  • 12 years and over
  • Be medically fit according to the medical statement. (Download Here)
  • Have a current First Aid & CPR certification within the previous two years.