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Rescue Diver Course

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The Stress & Rescue Diver program develops your knowledge and skills so you can effectively perform diver assists and rescues, manage diving accident situations and render first aid. 

This program is an important step in expanding your knowledge and experience as a diver. The Rescue Diver certification is also a prerequisite for all scuba diving leadership programs.

You must be certified as an Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent to begin the Rescue Diver course and successfully completed a sanctioned CPR program within the past 24 months. The Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) and Secondary Care (First Aid) courses meet these requirements.

Rescue Diver: Course Structure

The course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to become a diver who’s prepared to deal with diver stress management, out of air emergencies, unconscious and panicked diver rescues, as well as how to use specialized first aid equipment. 

You’ll learn and practice a variety of rescue techniques including dealing with a panicked diver, surf rescues and procedures for coming to the aid of unconscious divers on the surface and at depth. The skills give you the ability to keep a cool head when the adrenaline spikes in the heat of the moment and you’ll learn how to keep a small problem from becoming big trouble.

Rescue Course Krabi

Rescue Scuba Diving Course

What You Will Learn

  • Self-rescue and diver stress
  • Diver first aid
  • Missing diver procedures
  • Underwater problems
  • Dive accident scenarios
  • Panicked diver response
  • AED and emergency oxygen delivery system
  • Swimming and non-swimming rescue techniques
  • First aid procedures for pressure related accidents
  • Emergency management and equipment
  • Surfacing the unconscious diver
  • In-water rescue breathing protocols
  • Quick entry
  • Egress (exits)