PADI Rescue Diver Course in Bali…
2 Days, Theory & 4+ Dives.
How do you take a subject like accident prevention and management and turn it into a recreational diving course that’s fun? Call it the PADI Rescue Diver training programme! And there’s nowhere more fun to do this PADI licence than to dive Bali.
This PADI Rescue Diver qualification develops your diving knowledge and skills so you can effectively perform basic diver assists and more complex rescues, manage diving accident situations and provide first aid.
This PADI certification is an important step in expanding your knowledge and experience as a diver. PADI Rescue Diver certification is also a pre-requisite for all PADI Pro courses.
The course covers:
- Self-rescue and diver stress
- Diving first aid
- Swimming and non-swimming assists
- Egress (exits)
- Surfacing the unconscious diver
- Underwater problems
- Missing diver procedures
- Panicked diver response
- In-water artificial respiration
- Dive accident scenarios
- First aid procedures for pressure related accidents
- Emergency management and equipment considerations
To book the rescue course, you’ll need to be certified as an Advanced Open Water Diver. You’ll also need to have successfully completed the PADI Emergency First Response course or a sanctioned course in first aid / CPR within the past 24 months.
After successfully completing the PADI course, you’ll receive the internationally recognised PADI Rescue Diver certification.
Your course can begin as soon as today with the new PADI eLearning online theory work! You can view this at your own pace and then meet with one of our instructors for further assistance.
PLEASE NOTE: eLearning is online learning from PADI, designed specifically for computer use. If you want to do the online learning from a mobile device please let us know as this requires different software called PADI Touch.
Click here for more details about PADI eLearning
NOTE: Divers must be 15 years old or older to participate in the Rescue Course.
Students must be in good health to take the course and are required to complete a brief medical questionnaire. Click here to view the medical form. If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the questions on the first page, you will need to visit your doctor and obtain medical approval before registering for the course.
You need to allow 18 hours to pass before flying after diving! So if flying the following day, make sure it is after 7am.
See the Price List here.
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