PADI RESCUE DIVER COURSE
The most challenging and fun recreational certification out there! Take the PADI Rescue Diver course and you’ll dive confident in your emergency prevention and management skills. Here we will teach you to anticipate as well as handle and manage possible dive incidents. Start with building the corresponding skills in the confined water then master them in the ocean. Manage the “dive incidents” under the supervision of an experienced PADI instructor. Learn the life-saving basics of providing the first aid. Don’t miss some serious fun!
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PADI Rescue Diver Course
- Your age is 12 years or older.
- You have completed Emergency First Response Course within the last 24 months
- You have read, and completed the medical statement before booking or arrival.
- PADI course materials
- All required gear rental
- Lunch, snacks & refreshment
- All local taxes & fees
- Pool and open water training sessions
- Diving insurance
- Typically takes 3 days to complete (without EFR)
- Theory & Pool sessions on days 1.
- Open water training & exam on days 2, 3.
The PADI Rescue Diver Course course normally takes three to four days. How long the course takes depends on whether you have completed your Emergency First Response Course within the last 24 months. Day one is theory and pool training after that we do ocean training dives on days two and three. We guarantee a maximum of four students per instructor. If you would like a more personalised one on one experience, please do contact us to discuss your options.
There is a small fuel surcharge of IDR 150,000.00 for distant dive sites such as Manta Point, Padang Bai & Candidasa. We will provide you with water, tea, coffee and some snacks on the boat. We provide a sarong (a thin towel) to dry yourself and to protect you from the sun. Most sunblocks are harmful to coral and other marine life. We encourage you to use a long sleeved rash guard or the sarong provided instead. If you must use sunblock, please make sure it’s reef friendly. We also provide motion sickness medication. This works best if taken 30 minutes before you get on the boat. So let us know if you think you need one as you get to the dive center. All you have to do is, suit up, we take care of everything else!