Until now, you have been learning about improving your personal dive skills. As a Rescue Diver, you start to look beyond yourself and consider the many other things that affect the safety of the dive for you and your dive buddies. You learn how to prevent and, if necessary, manage a diving accident.
Like any emergency training, PADI Rescue Diver begins with prevention: how to judge all of the factors surrounding the dive and prevent problems.
Accidents do happen though. And the PADI Rescue Diver course will prepare you to manage diving emergencies, in case you ever need to. You’ll cover:
Rescue scenarios are key. They help you develop a routine, which is important in a high stress emergency situation. In Dahab, you will find many professional divers participating in rescue scenarios – they know that practice and a good emergency routine build the confidence required to manage a dive emergency.
To enroll in Rescue Diver, you must have:
If you’d like to get your ‘homework’ out of the way before your holiday, you can now do your Rescue Diver theory online. PADI eLearning costs a bit more, but it means you’ll spend more of your holiday diving and less in the classroom!
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Dahab and Desert Divers feels like home! I stayed in Dahab for around 2 Months for diving and I had a really great time with Desert Divers. During this time I made an internship for doing my advanced diving cours as well as EFR and rescue and it was so much fun! All the instructors are so knowledgeable and competent, I felt completely comfortable the wohle time. The more day trips desert divers offer (e.g. Abu Galum) are really cool and the dive sites are amazing!!! The atmosphere in the camp is so reaxed and everyone is so friendly. Tanis, Said and Hameed are so nice and made me really feel like at home! I miss you a lot and I can't wait to come back to Dahab soon!