PADI RESCUE DIVER COURSE
The PADI Rescue Diver course will take your diving to a completely new level. It is a must for all recreational divers to aspire to.
The Rescue diver course will develop your dive skills and make you more aware of problems that can arise and give you the skills to manage them.
It follows the pholosophy that there is no single right way to perform a rescue and candidates need to be resourceful and adaptable to meet the requirements and demands placed upon them.
The Rescue Diver course with SMG Scuba has 3 sections:
Theory: Candidates independently study the Rwscue diver manual and complete 5 knowledge sections which are each split into 4 categories: Psychology of rescue, Being prepared for diver emergencies, Accident management and Rsponding to diver emergencies. A Rescue course DVD accompanies the knowledge development section and candidates must complete a final exam.
Pool: We beleive that in order to develop Rescue techniques it is essential that candidates practice in a Confined water environment before Open water training. The pool session covers many of the Rescue skills that will be again practiced in the Open water environment to increase performance and confidence.
Open Water training:
A whole weekend is devoted to further developing the Rescue Diver candidate. After skills training in Open Water, a variety of realistic scenarios designed to challenge the candidates and an oportinuty to put all the aquired Rescue skills in to practice.
Practical training covers:
Response from shore, boat or dock
Distressed Diver Underwater
Surfacing the Unresponsive Diver
Unresponsive Diver at the Surface
Exiting the Unresponsive Diver
First Aid for Pressure Related Injuries and O2 administration
Response from Shore/Boat to Unresponsive(non breathing) Diver at the Surface
Duration 2 evenings (pool/theory) 2 days Open water training
Cost £250 inclusive of equipment and certification
Additional cost: Rescue Diver Manual (£25) entry to dive site (£10 per day) and air fills (£3.50)
Each participant must completete the Continuing Education Administration Document prior to diving. If any YES answers are present on the medical questionnaire then the full PADI Medical form needs to be completed and page 2 signed by a GP declaring fitness to dive prior to any Scuba.
|Rescue referral||20th May 2017||1200-1830||£100|
|Rescue Open Water||4th-5th June 2017||0900-1600||£150|
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