The most interesting and rewarding PADI course in Bali
The Rescue Diver course in Bali teaches you how to prevent and manage problems in the water, assist other divers in emergency cases and most importantly how become a more confident diver.
The Rescue Diver course is a two days course combining class-room, pool training and two open water dives.
Maybe the most interesting, demanding but rewarding course. The PADI Rescue Diver in Bali will raise your awareness of potential dangers and it will teach you how to avoid them.
Learn how to react facing the unexpected in just two days. The course combines knowledge development in day one and skill development with two dives on day two.
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Knowledge development with your PADI Instructor and a buddy diver role-playing a diver victim during rescue scenarios in the pool.
During two dives in Padang Bai, you will be joining with your PADI instructor and your buddy diver through several rescue scenarios.
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PADI Rescue Diver course
For a single student joining the PADI course in a group of maximum 3 students or privately if requested.
$450 all-inclusive Get started
PADI Rescue Diver + EFR
Take the PADI Rescue Diver course and the Emergency First Response as a special package with a special discount.
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The Rescue Diver course takes a total of two days to complete
As a standard PADI Rescue Diver course,
two days are necessary to complete the course, however with the condition that the Emergency First Response has been completed within the last 24 months.
In the case that the Rescue Diver course is
combined with the Emergency First Response course, together the duration will be three days.
Yes, the Emergency First Response course is mandatory for joining the PADI Rescue Diver course
Indeed, to be able to join the PADI Rescue Diver course, as a diver you
require to be certified as Emergency First Response within the last 24 months.
The Emergency First Response course can be completed
outside dive centers such as medical centers for example.
Joining the Emergency First Response with Neptune Scuba Diving will bring a special
10% discount on your Rescue + EFR package.
The PADI Rescue Diver course is a combination of class-room work, pool session and open water dives
Either combined with the Emergency First Response or not, the PADI Rescue Diver course itself is a
two days combination
between class-room work, pool session and open water diving.
The pool sessions as well as the
two open water dives are meant to create rescue scenarios practicing with a dedicated diver acting as a victim.
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