PADI Rescue Divers are great dive buddies. Becoming a Rescue Diver builds your confidence in your own ability. You can enjoy your Scuba Diving, knowing you have the training to deal with situations of potential danger.
Why become a Rescue Diver?
Rescue Diver training expands your knowledge of diving, increases your level of diving skills and makes you more aware of what is happening around you. By being a trained PADI Rescue Diver, you have the skills to safely respond to Scuba Diving emergencies. More importantly, you’ll learn to manage dive sites to prevent problems occurring.
The PADI Rescue course take two days to complete, along with Self Study theory prior to the practical training.
When can I start?
Start your self study component today! Call in and pick up the Rescue manual or if you like we can send you online Rescue Manual to study. Pre study of the theory is required before we start the 2 day course We do require minimum numbers to run this course.
We do require minimum numbers to run this course.
The PADI Rescue Diver course take you through the theory of stress and rescue situations, and procedures for conducting rescues.
Over the 2 day Rescue course, a series of practical training sessions either in the sea, or in pool, prepares the students for the Scenario style assessment of skills in the final Open Water sessions.
First Aid training is required prior to this course and Self study of the Rescue manual is needed before the start of the Rescue Course. This helps with a full understanding of the theory before completing the Rescue Theory exam