PADI Rescue Diver Course (2 days)
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Rescue Diver is one of the most fun and the most rewarding of the PADI courses. With this course, you will take care of other divers and learn to anticipate and respond to typical dive problems and emergency diving situations. Your PADI Instructor will create challenging scenarios and will teach and guide you through the many ways you might have to manage each situation, based on a set of land and water skills that you will master over the duration of the course. You will learn to handle dangerous and life-threatening situations, as well as how to see and prevent problems before they arise. This course is designed to push divers out of their comfort zone and to expand their awareness as a diver. Often, this is our students favorite PADI course!
What you will learn from PADI Rescue Diver Bali:
To recognize and manage diver stress
To manage emergency situations and to use emergency medical equipment
Respond to a panicked diver
Respond to an unconscious diver
The PADI Rescue Diver Bali course is composed of several steps:
Theory and knowledge development with a PADI Instructor (DVD to watch, PADI Manual to read, or online independent study through PADI eLearning) to understand the basic principles and procedures involved to perform a rescue
Skill demonstration and practice in confined or open water of self-rescue and rescue techniques.
Skill demonstrations in open water of all rescue techniques and scenarios. Prepare an Emergency Action Plan applicable to a specific dive site or location
- Free transfer zone include: Sanur, South of Denpasar, Seminyak, Kuta, North of Nusa Dua and the North of Jimbaran
- Extra fee applies for transfers from and to Canggu, Uluwatu, Ubud and all places outside of the pick-up zone
- To enroll in the PADI Advanced Open Water Course you must already be certified as a PADI Open Water Diver (or equivalent)
- To enroll you need to be certified as an emergency first responder (First Aid and CPR) within the last two years