WHAT IS INVOLVED
The Padi Rescue Diver course prepares you to deal with dive emergencies, minor and major, using a variety of techniques. Through knowledge development and rescue exercises, you learn what to look for and how to respond. During rescue scenarios, you put into practice your knowledge and skills.
For you to gain your certification you will need to spend 3 days with us at the beautiful and relaxed island of Lembongan. On the first day you will begin by watching a DVD that covers the five sections of the course while completing the five knowledge development questions .You can actually save some time by completing this section at home with the Rescue Diver Online – PADI’s eLearning option. Our Professional Padi Instructors will review with you the knowledge development sections at the end of the day.
On the second day you will start the confined water practice with self-rescue and rescue skills. At this stage, your Padi Instructor will demonstrate the proper techniques and have you practice them over and over until you master them. You will go through all the techniques and progressively start putting them together. You will also learn some rescue techniques outside the water as well as taking your final exam and start preparing your emergency plan.
On your last day you will have to demonstrate the techniques you have learned in open water and participate in several rescue scenarios. These scenarios will be made to recreate real life emergencies with the stress that are involved in them. You will be pushed to your limits, learn to manage and overcome your emotions and put out the best of yourself.
By the end of this course you will be exhausted and overwhelmed! However, you will have a great sense of achievement and self-development as you realise that you are able to do things you never thought possible within the most challenging moments – contact us for more details.
Thank you! The diving community is now safer by having you as a rescue diver!!!
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