Of course we hope that no diver comes into trouble whilst in the depths of Open Ocean, but what if one did? Would you know how to react? How to save another from 40 Meters? This is where the Rescue Course stands out from all other courses that are on offer.
Our pride at Waterfront Scuba comes from the safety of our divers. Taking the PADI Rescue Diver qualification with us will take your training and skills to a whole new level as we provide vital self-reliance skills to help you prevent the worst as well as how to rescue other divers should something unfortunate happen.
The Rescue course will show you how you can identify potential hazards before and during a dive as well as how to rectify and prevent them developing into a more pressured situation. While this course is a lot more serious than those you have previously undertaken, the sense of pride you feel upon completion is hard to match.
Here are a few examples of what you will be learning on this course:
- Self-rescue & Managing Stress
- Recognizing and managing stress in other divers
- Emergency management and equipment
- Rescuing panicked divers
- Rescuing unresponsive divers
- You will be learning from experienced dive instructors who have likely been in the situation where they have had to call upon the skills they have learnt from this course, and as such you know you are receiving first class tuition as they have first-hand experience in application to real life situations.
Not only will you now be a lot more confident and alert in the water, but you will also be well on your way to the prestigious title of ‘Master Scuba Diver’. Once your rescue diver course is complete you simply need to log a minimum of 50 dives (which you may already have) and 5 specialities.