The Rescue Diver course teaches you to look beyond your own safety and find ways to deal with other divers in a stressful situation before it gets out of hand. After completing this course, you will increase the level of self-confidence, because. encounter and learn to cope with possible difficulties and emergencies. Despite the seriousness of the course, there are many fun moments in the learning process, according to many divers, this course is one of the most interesting they have ever taken.
Theoretical part, practicing in shallow water the skills of helping a diver in an emergency.
Having a Rescue Diver certificate is mandatory for those who plan to continue their education in the program for professionals.
The diver must be an Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent or provide proof of at least 10 logged dives.
Must be First Aid qualified or equivalent.
Oxygen Administrator qualification or equivalent.
IANTD CPR or equivalent.
At least 12 years of age with parental or guardian permission.
At least 18 years of age without the permission of a parent or guardian.
Between the ages of 12 and 14, divers are awarded the Junior Rescue Diver certification, which allows them to dive under the supervision of an adult with an Open Water Diver level or higher.