Diving club DIVING, instructor Valters Preimanis is convinced that the PADI Rescue Diver Course will help you become a better diving partner, whatever you may be, by acquiring new skills.
Want to learn new diving skills?
Whether your diving partner is a member of your family, a friend or an acquaintance you just met, it's important to show your diving partner that you can really help.
PADI Rescue Diver rescue diver courses
The lifeguard course will provide a new experience for the diver, as well as gaining new knowledge on how to prevent and solve possible problems in the water. Not only will you become more confident in your diving skills, but you will also be able to help the other diver in a possible emergency. They will respect and respect you for it!
Start your own PADI Rescue Diver lifeguard diver training this year
The PADI training system offers a complete Rescue Diver components of the course theory before starting water classes in underwater training. After learning the theory, you complete a practical training in water. Be sure to use COVID-19 time to gain new knowledge and develop your diving skills with the diving center DIVING. If possible, you and your diving partner might want to start training and become PADI Rescue Diver in total!
Completion of PADI rescue diver courses
Divers PADI Rescue Diver describes a diver's course as "the most challenging yet supportive course" - for good reason. The practical side of the course, based on a number of rescue scenarios related to the skills used to help both responsive and unresponsive divers both above and below water.
Learning to be a rescue diver with a diving club DIVINGAs a PADI instructor, you will learn to become a better diving member by playing a role in emergencies. You will practice important problem-solving skills until they become second nature, learning many useful rescue skills.
Lifeguard diver skills
- Stress recognition and management of other divers
- Rescue panic / unresponsive divers
- Search for a lost diver
- Use of emergency equipment
- First aid and injury treatment
To complete the PADI Rescue Diver course, divers must have passed PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and have completed CPR and first aid (Emergency First Response course) course. For divers who have not yet completed this course, the emergency first aid primary and secondary care course is often completed concurrently with the PADI rescue diver course.
In addition to basic scuba gear, you will use a pocket mask to practice breathing and resuscitation in the water. During the exercise, you will work with a lifebuoy, marker buoys and possibly a CPR mannequin. During the training you will also get acquainted with your friend's equipment. This way you will be better prepared for possible problems.
Although the subjects of the PADI rescue diver course are serious, the training is very interesting. Especially if you complete the Savior Diver Course Rescue Diver, together with your favorite diving friend!
Be the best diving partner and help at the right time
If diving with someone is important to you, becoming a PADI rescue diver is one of the best ways to show your diving partner your attention. The important thing is that you will have the skills to be able to identify potential problems before they occur in the water. If you have a stressful situation or an emergency while diving, you know how to help them calmly and quickly. Here are additional resources to help you be the best diving companion in the water and be prepared for the rush of help:
The best way to get your diving partner's attention is to become PADI Rescue Diver rescue diver. Apply today and receive an offer by combining PADI Rescue Diver and Emergency First Response course and coming in pairs.