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Rescue

Become a better dive buddy and learn to handle emergency situations.

$349 for 2+ divers

Overview

Divers often describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the most challenging, yet most rewarding course they’ve taken. You’ll learn how to prevent and manage problems in the water, making you a more skilled and confident diver. You’ll learn how to help other divers and become a better buddy.

Prerequisites

  • 12 years old and have completed your PADI Advanced Open Water certification.
  • Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care training within the last 24 months. You must complete your EFR training prior to starting the Rescue Diver course.
  • Completed Rescue Diver E-learning
  • Dive slate
  • Pocket mask
  • Audible surface signaling device
  • SMB
  • Cutting tool

Enroll

Give us a call and we will schedule your Rescue Diver Course over two days that work with your vacation itinerary! Each day will start at 8 a.m. and end at approximately 1 p.m. The first day will cover the basics of in-water rescue and be conducted from shore. On the second day, you will take your new skills onto the boat to complete your training with 2 full rescue scenarios. 

To participate, register for the Rescue Diver Online knowledge development through PADI eLearning – PADI eLearning. You will progress through five sections on the web-based system, and have reference to the Rescue Diver Manual during and after the course.

Price

Private instruction rate is $475. $349 per person in groups of 2 or more. The eLearning portion of the course is $169 payable directly to PADI.

Call us at 808-329-6068 to enroll.

Register with PADI eLearning Please call to confirm dive schedule before registering with PADI.

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