PADI Rescue Diver
The PADI Rescue Diver course is the last course before you can start your professional dive career. This course builds self confidence and self reliance, it focuses more on others than on yourself to make diving safer for you and your buddy. During the course you will learn essential skills to recognize and prevent unforeseen diving accidents; and how to handle them if they do occur. Diving is fun, but no matter what level you are, an accident can always happen. During this challenging course you will go outside your comfort zone, with the skill practice.
We will first teach you all the rescue skills, how to identify and react to diver problems. Once all skills are under control the fun begins. In open water we will apply these skills and your role as a rescue diver begins. In several scenarios we will evaluate all the skills. This course is one of the most fun courses with lots of laughter and serious training.
EFR – Emergency First Response
The EFR course is a prerequisite for the Rescue course, but it also needs to be up to date for the PADI Divemaster and PADI Instructor course. The course is valid for 24 months, let us know if you need a refresh to update for another 24 months.
Emergency First Response is a non-diving course and it is open to everyone, not just scuba divers. The EFR course consists of CPR (Primary Care) and First Aid (Secondary Care) training. In addition providing essential life saving skills that are useful for everyone.
Care for Children (CFC) is an EFR course focused on infants and children, this can be an add-on to the course if you want to be an all round specialist or if you are going towards Instructor (mandatory requirement)