PADI Rescue Diver
PADI Rescue Diver
About this Course
Do you want to participate in the most challenging and rewarding diving program? If yes, then sign up for the PADI Rescue Diver course. In previous scuba diving courses, you mostly learned how to dive correctly. Now you will learn how to scuba dive while identifying and preventing diving hazards. Lessons within the PADI Rescue Diver course program also include ways to manage or deal with potential issues underwater. Knowing that you can save yourself or others while scuba diving, you can feel more confident in your capabilities as a diver. Apart from focused learning on how to solve problems, you can expect to have unparalleled fun.
PADI Rescue Diver for kids
A child who is already a PADI (Junior) Adventure Diver, at least twelve years old and has earned their Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive certification could enroll in their Rescue Diver Course. To be allowed to join, make sure you have started your Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training in the last 24 hours. You could finish it together with your Rescue Diver Course at Diani Scuba duka diving school in Kenya. At the same time, your Dive instructor might enroll you in the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider specialty diver program.
How to Earn your Scuba Diving Certification
Learn about scuba diving principles and terminology offline then learn basic scuba skills in a pool (or pool-like environment) with a highly trained PADI Instructor. When you’re ready, make four dives in an open water environment (the ocean, a lake) with your instructor supporting you every step of the way.
With Your Instructor
Practice using scuba gear in a pool (or pool-like environment) until you’re comfortable. PADI training includes practice “mini dives” to help you build confidence in your new abilities before making four dives in open water.