PADI’s Rescue Diver course covers the knowledge and skills on how to respond to diver emergencies. You will learn how to identify signs of struggle or panic, and proactively respond to such situations where required. The course will also teach you the appropriate course of actions for when you may encounter an unresponsive or unconscious diver, and provide care until medical professionals arrive.
The Rescue Diver Course curriculum covers:
The below itineraries only serve as a point of reference. The duration of the course is highly dependent on each individual’s choice of knowledge sessions (eLearning/classroom) and pace of learning. With the eLearning option, the course may be completed over the course of 2 to 3 days. With the classroom learning option, the course will span up to 4 days. We highly encourage eLearning as you choose your own pace of learning and it allows you to have more time for practical sessions with your Instructor later on. If you prefer classroom learning but have time constraints, feel free to let us know what your limitations are and we will try to tailor the Rescue Diver Course itinerary to suit your schedule.
As the Rescue Diver Course is skills-intensive, please be advised that the itinerary does not allow for any leisure diving as part of the program. If you prefer, we can arrange for additional days of leisure diving after your Rescue Course is complete.
To ensure we adhere to the no-fly limit, please note that we will refuse Rescue Course bookings if your outbound flight from Bali is earlier than 6pm on the following day. Our consultants will request for your flight details (if any) and we kindly ask that you provide accurate information in the interest of your safety.
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