Are you ready to take the next step in your diving education? The Rescue Diver Course can prepare you for unexpected incidents during your dive. In previous dive courses, where the focus was on improving personal skills such as the Open Water and Advanced Open Water courses, you have already studied how to take care of yourself. After this course, you will gain additional skills to deal with stressful and emergency situations. Additionally, you will also learn how to assist others, prevent future problems from occurring, as well as gain overall confidence as a diver.
To sign up for the Rescue Diver Course, you should have already completed your Advanced Open Water Course as well as demonstrate knowledge from their Emergency First Response (EFR) training. Their EFR training must have been completed within the last 24 months. Rescue divers must be certified in this course before they can proceed and become a professional diver.
If you have not completed the Emergency First Response (EFR) training, you can take the course before beginning your Rescue Diver course. The training only takes one day!