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PADI Rescue Diver Course
The PADI Rescue diver course covers dive accident scenarios, self-rescue skills, accident prevention and management. There is no denying that the rescue course is challenging – but it is also a lot of fun!
Over the course you will develop the knowledge and skills to manage dive accident situations, render necessary first aid and effectively perform diver assists and rescues. Developing self-confidence in your diving abilities and comfort in your equipment is paramount to you enjoying every dive.
- Learning a range of in-water rescue skills including surfacing an unconscious diver, rescue breathing, how to handle a panicked diver and exiting an unresponsive diver
- Develop teamwork, management and delegation skills as you and your classmates learn how to manage different accident 'scenarios'
- Learn how to use emergency equipment including SMBs and compass navigation to organise and conduct search patterns for missing divers
- Prepare an Emergency Assistance Plan for a local dive site using your training to source appropriate and accurate information
- An introduction to how to deal with suspected DCI or pressure related injuries through Oxygen provision.
HOW MUCH AND WHAT IS INCLUDED?
The course price is $425 and includes:
- E-learning access pass
- 2 full days tuition and certification fee
- Your PADI certification
Combine with the Enriched Air Course for only $225
HOW MUCH TIME DO I NEED AND WHEN DO I START?
The PADI rescue diver program is conducted over a weekend. In order for you to learn as much as possible and get the greatest benefit from your training, you are required to complete the theory section of the PADI Open Water course prior to commencing the in-water training. You will be emailed an e-learning access pass on booking.
Everyday begins and ends at the Dive Centre. Saturday and Sunday 9am - 5pm each day.
WHERE DO WE GO?
The knowledge development portion of the course is conducted at the Dive Centre. Training dives are usually conducted at either Clovelly Pool or Bare Island. Although many of the skills involved with this course involve work on the surface, you will still be able to log 5 dives during the course. All the dives are shore dives and a description of each site can be found at our diving in Sydney page.
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR ALL DIVE COURSES AFTER OPEN WATER
The majority of the larger and more expensive pieces of equipment are provided in the course cost. However, safety is of paramount importance to us and there are a few pieces of personal safety equipment that we require you to provide to become a Rescue Diver and above with Dive Centre Bondi.
- Mask, snorkel, boots & fins - required by Dive Centre Bondi on all courses for hygiene and comfort
- Log Book - PADI training prerequisite
- Knife & Underwater Writing Slate - required by PADI for safety
- Surface Marker Buoy (SMB) and Reel - safety equipment required on all boat dives with Dive Centre Bondi
- Mask, snorkel, boots & fins - $50
- Con-Ed Package - $50
You must hold an Advanced Open Water certification. You must also have successfully completed a sanctioned course in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and basic first aid within the past 2 years (24 months). The Emergency First Response (EFR) program qualifies you for this and is offered as a package price with the rescue diver course for an additional $100. If you have completed your dive training with any other agency than PADI you must also show evidence of 20 logged dives.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
To book a place on the advanced course just contact us instore and let us know when you want to start you or follow our easy online booking process.
Payment is on booking to secure your place, once that is received you can pick up your PADI crew pack or we can send it out to you.Select a course Buy as a gift Send to a friend