PADI RESCUE DIVER


PADI RESCUE DIVER

PADI RESCUE DIVER

PADI RESCUE DIVER

When you become a more confident SCUBA diver you naturally want to learn more. The PADI Rescue diver course is a great way to learn more skills for your own safety and also for the safety of other divers in a variety of SCUBA situations.

The Red Sea Diving Sea Wind highly recommends signing up for the PADI Rescue diver course in the Red Sea. It is a valuable course and also great fun, especially when practicing the rescue drills in shallow water on our house reef. Later you will practice your rescue skills in open water and participate in managing emergency scenarios.

This course will enable you to help yourself and/or others as you discover ways to not only deal with situations, but to recognize and prevent potential problems. The PADI Rescue diver course increases confidence which will take your enjoyment of SCUBA diving to a new level.

PADI Rescue Diver

What’s involved?

Introduces you to new dive theory, and new SCUBA rescue skills which are learnt and practiced in shallow water before venturing into open water. You will learn how to respond, assist or even manage emergency scenarios.

What does this qualification mean to me?

The PADI Rescue Diver ranking enables you to help yourself or others as you discover ways to not only deal with situations, but to recognize and prevent potential problems.

Once qualified the certification will take you one step closer to the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating or to the entry level courses of becoming a PADI dive professional.

Duration

2 – 3 days

Requirements

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent
Minimum age 12 for Junior Rescue or 15 for Rescue Diver
Before starting module 2 of the Rescue Diver course, it is necessary that you have completed an Emergency First Response course within the last 24 months, or an equivalent ‘accepted’ certification including primary care (CPR) and secondary care (First Aid).

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