Rescue Diver Course
Duration 3 Days
The PADI Rescue Diver course is an important step in expanding a diver’s knowledge beyond recreational level with a realistic approach to preventing and if necessary, managing a diving accident. A rewarding course that teaches you to make diving safer and enjoyable for others. This course also gives you the opportunity to apply your First Aid and CPR skills to the unique needs of diving as well as land based accidents. Although this is a thoroughly enjoyable course, the nature and context in which such training may be used is quite serious. The primary objective of this course is to prevent the need for use of rescue skills.
A Rescue Diver is a very competent, self reliant diver who is also able to care for others in an emergency.
The course consists of
Self-Rescue and Diver Stress
Response and Underwater problems
Unconscious Diver at the Surface
Surfacing an Unconscious Diver
Egress with an Unconscious Diver
In-Water Artificial Respiration and Equipment Removal
Response from Shore/Boat (conscious and unconscious diver)
First Aid for Pressure Related Injuries
Underwater Search and Scenario
Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent
Medic First Aid or equivalent CPR training
Minimum age of 15
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