The Rescue Diver course is an advanced level scuba diving certification that focuses on developing diver rescue and emergency management skills. It is designed for certified divers who want to enhance their safety awareness, preparedness, and ability to respond effectively to diving emergencies, both for themselves and others.

During the Rescue Diver course, participants learn about dive accident prevention, recognizing and managing stress in themselves and others, emergency equipment deployment, and effective communication during rescue scenarios. The course covers topics such as self-rescue techniques, assisting panicked or distressed divers, responding to unresponsive divers, and managing emergency situations both underwater and at the surface.

The Rescue Diver course typically involves a combination of classroom sessions, confined water exercises, and open water scenarios. In the classroom, students study dive accident management principles, rescue procedures, and dive emergency protocols. Confined water sessions provide opportunities to practice rescue skills in a controlled environment, while open water scenarios allow students to apply their knowledge and skills in realistic diving situations.

Upon successful completion of the Rescue Diver course, participants gain confidence in their ability to prevent and respond to diving emergencies, making them valuable assets to dive groups and dive operations. This certification is an essential step for divers who want to take on leadership roles, such as becoming a Dive Master or Instructor, and for those who prioritize safety and preparedness in their diving adventures.

DOCK Members serving Rescue Diver Course :

Contact Us

Thanks for your inquiry. We endeavour to respond to all emails within 72 hours.