The PADI Rescue Diver programme teaches you the latest in rescue training and gives you the confidence and skills to recognise as well as handle potentially life-threatening situations.
The PADI Rescue Diver programme is one of the most physically demanding dive programmes as well as one of the most rewarding that you can
undertake as a diver.
Participating in this course is a major step in expanding your diving horizons and developing your knowledge and experience in safe diving – all in all it takes you to a whole new level in diving!
This programme will teach you how to recognise both your limitations and that of others, how to first think about the options available when handling an emergency, and only then to act.
This is a challenging course that will greatly enhance you ability
and awareness as a diver.
Realistic scenarios are simulated for practice...no quiet mannequins but screaming and wailing humans...thus the need to be physically and mentally fit. You can be assured of a lot of serious fun and
side-splitting laughter...honestly there is no other time where you can be serious and silly all at once!
To qualify for this programme you need to...
• Be at least 12 years old
• Be a certified PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
• Have successfully completed the EFR programme or any sanctioned programme in CPR in last 24 months
• Have completed a minimum of 20 dives
The PADI Rescue Diver Programme covers:
• Self-rescue and diver stress
• Diving first aid
• Emergency management and equipment considerations
• Swimming and non swimming assists
• Panicked diver response
• Underwater problems
• Missing diver procedures
• Surfacing the unconscious diver
• In-water artificial respiration
• Egress (exits)
• First aid procedures for pressure related accidents
• Dive accident scenarios.