Padi Rescue Diver Course Standard

Rescue training takes you beyond the purely recreational level by expanding your knowledge and skills to assist other divers, handle problems and emergencies, and prevent those problems, leaving you with a sense of security as a diver that cannot be obtained in any other way. Rescue certification is a prerequisite for all dive professional level training.

What’s involved?

During this course, you’ll learn how to foresee, prevent and manage potential diving accidents; from assisting a tired diver to handling possible emergency scenarios, you’ll practice applying the knowledge and skills that can make the difference in the unlikely event that problems do arise.What will you learn?
The PADI Rescue Diver course is a 5-day course.

  • Theory:There are 5 modules of theory and subsequently 5 videos for each module. Each PADI Rescue Diver video can take between 45 -60 minutes to watch. The study sessions are checked with the use of pop quizzes, or multiple choice quizzes to help monitor the students’ progress and understanding of the material. The last thing to do is pass a final exam, although after running through the knowledge in the book, watching the DVD and talking with your instructor this should be just a formality.
  • Boat dives:10 in-water exercises and 2 open water rescue scenarios
  • Performance based:All PADI courses are performance based. In other words, you need to be able to complete each skill proficiently before we move on to the next one. For that reason, we schedule the course for 5 days. This gives us time to get back in and do some more skills practice if required.

* We strongly suggest that you do some of your reading and knowledge reviews before you arrive here in Kos island which will cut down the time that you need to spend during your holidays.

Duration

5 days

Price

Course price: 490 €
Pre-booking : 400 €
Inclusive of full equipment
4 boat dives
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Certification fee: 45 € + Padi Rescue Diver manual: 50 € (mandatory)

Requirements

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent.
Minimum age 12 for Junior Rescue or 15 for Rescue Diver.
Before starting module 2 of the Rescue Diver course, it is necessary that you have completed an Emergency First Response course within the last 24 months, or an equivalent ‘accepted’ certification including primary care (CPR) and secondary care (First Aid).

Extra:

Snacks and drinks on boat trips (payable on the boat). Money for: CD for your underwater photos, T-shirts, Sweatshirts.

Important Note

  • For your personal safety, all student divers must complete a medical statement prior to commencing a dive. If none of the listed conditions apply, you sign the form and are ready to start. If any of them affect you, as a safety precaution, a physician must examine you and sign a medical form that confirming that you’re fit to dive, dated within the last 12 months.
  • Our boat is in Kos harbour, 50 meters away from the Dolphins roundabout. And she departs every morning apart Sundays’ at around 10:00 a.m.
  • Recommendations for flying after Scuba Diving: For 1 dive in a day the pre-flight time is 12 hours, For multiple dives in a day the pre-flight time is 18 hours and more.
  • Spectators can join the boat with an additional fee of 20 €. They can sunbathe on our sundeck, swim in crystal clear waters, or even upgrade onboard to snorkelers or even try divers.

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