Bali – PADI Rescue Diver
Learn to Handle Emergencies with PADI’s Rescue Diver Course
Topics covered in your Rescue Diver Training
The PADI Rescue Diver and PADI Junior Rescue Diver courses cover the following:
- self-rescue and diver stress
- diving first aid
- emergency management and equipment considerations
- swimming and non-swimming assists
- panicked diver response
- underwater problems
- missing diver procedures
- surfacing the unconscious diver
- in-water artificial respiration
- first aid procedures for pressure-related accidents
- diving accident scenarios
By the time you finish the Emergency First Response and Rescue Diver courses, you’ll be a qualified first responder – whether an accident occurs in or out of the water.
Learn to assist others with PADI’s Rescue Diver Course
How does AquaMarine Diving – Bali take a subject like “accident prevention and management” and turn it into fun? We give you the PADI Rescue Diver (or PADI Junior Rescue Diver course) in Bali!
This course teaches you to focus on other divers as well as yourself. It shows you how to recognise and prevent potential diving accidents before they occur, and how to handle them if they do.
During the course you’ll learn how to effectively perform diver-assists and rescues, manage diving accident situations, and render first aid.
The programme is an important step in expanding your knowledge and experience as a diver.
This is also a great course for younger divers, showing them how to be responsible in the water both for their own benefit and for others diving with them.
We require divers to complete their EFR (Emergency First Response) course before starting their Rescue Course. This can be done prior to your arrival or we can complete the course at our south Bali office. This certification (or equivalent) must have been completed within the previous 2 years and issued by an internationally recognised institution.