Rescue Course
What to do in an emergency!
Learn extra Underater Skills
Save yourself and others.
Buddy Check!
Prevent Problems before they happen!
Rescue Diver

Rescue Diver

12,500 THB
2-3 Days
4 Open Water Dives

The Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care course, in addition to being a prerequisite to the PADI Rescue Diver course, teaches you skills of particular use in the dry world as well. During this course, you will learn how to maintain a patient’s lifeline with basic life support, as well as provide first aid treatment to non-life-threatening injuries. The cost of this training may be covered by your workplace’s safety policies. Ask your human resources representative!

The PADI Rescue Diver course is essential for divers who want to become more self-confident and turn themselves into an asset on the dive boat. This course is also a prerequisite to obtaining the prestigious PADI Master Scuba Diver rating as well as entering the professional realm as a PADI Divemaster!

The PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider specialty is a perfect complement to the Rescue Diver course. As oxygen treatment is part of standard first aid for serious diving injuries, it is essential to receive extensive training in its use. In many jurisdictions, this certification or it’s equivalent is required by law in order to provide oxygen treatment to an injured diver.

Prerequisite: Emergency First Response (EFR) or CPR & First Aid Training within 24 months.

The PADI Rescue Diver course is essential for divers who want to become more self-confident and turn themselves into an asset on the dive boat. This course is also a prerequisite to obtaining the prestigious PADI Master Scuba Diver rating as well as entering the professional realm as a PADI Divemaster!

This 3 day course is well complemented by the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider specialty. As oxygen treatment is part of standard first aid for serious diving injuries, it is essential to receive extensive training in its use.

Sign Up Day

Complete Paperwork, Watch Assigned videos for EFR (if necessary) and Rescue Diver.

Day 1

AM Emergency First Response course (if necessary): Learn about scene assessment, barrier application, maintaining basic life support, and first aid.

PM Confined water session: Practice essential self-rescue skills prior to learning how to prevent and handle various emergencies.

Day 2

AM Rescue Theory: Go over Knowledge reviews with your instructor.

PM Open Water: Repeat the skills learned during your confined session in a more realistic environment, practice navigation techniques used to locate missing divers.

Day 3

AM Final Exam & PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider theory.

PM PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider application & final rescue scenarios: Combine the skills learned over the previous days to rescue a missing diver.

Emergency O2 Provider

Emergency O2 Provider

3,900 THB, 1/2 day

Learn about how oxygen is used to treat diving injuries and how to safely administer oxygen to your patients.

Emergency First Responder

Emergency First Responder

4,500 THB, 1/2 day

The EFR course teaches the essentials of safely and effectively intervening in emergency situations. Learn scene assessment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid. A necessary accompaniment to the PADI Rescue Diver course.

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