Rescue Diver Course

Duration two days

Now includes PADI e-learning and one nights free accommodation in the price!

With the PADI Rescue Diver Course you learn how to take care of others not just yourself. Your instructor will equip you with the necessary skills to come to the aid of divers who need assistance. It is one of the most challenging yet rewarding courses and it includes three Open Water Dives.

To start a Recue Diver Course you should be a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (or have a qualifying dive licence from another diving organisation), be at least 15 years old (12 for the PADI Junior Rescue Diver) and have successfully completed a recognised CPR course within the previous 24 months.

Rescue Diver training will teach you how to prevent problems and how to manage dive emergencies if they occur. It is a very useful course to take and is a prerequisite for the Professional PADI courses such as Divemaster.

During the pool and open water sessions you will learn:

  • Self-rescue and how to respond to diver stress
  • First Aid for the Diver
  • Emergency management and equipment requirements
  • Swimming and non-swimming assists
  • How to respond to a panicked diver
  • Dealing with Underwater problems
  • Missing diver procedures
  • Surfacing the unconscious diver
  • In water rescue breaths
  • Egress (exits)
  • First aid procedures for pressure related accidents
  • Dive accident scenarios

Cancellation policy: Once you have paid the 80 British Pounds deposit for the PADI elearning and to book the course this is not refundable once the PADI learning has been bought for you and assigned to you. We need to use your 80 pounds deposit to buy the learning from PADI and it is not refundable by PADI. For this reason we are unable to refund your deposit if you cancel for any reason.

If you paid a 40 Pounds deposit and received theory via pdf and not learning the deposit is also not refundable for any reason once we have dispatched the pdfs to you.

EFR-Emeregency First Response

Duration one day

Emergency First Response consists of two parts; Primary Care and Secondary Care. Primary Care (CPR) teaches you the steps and techniques for handling life threatening emergencies. Secondary Care (First Aid) teaches you what to do when Emergency Medical Services are delayed or unavailable.

Primary care skills that you will learn include:

  • Scene Assessment
  • Barrier Use
  • Primary Assessment
  • Rescue Breathing
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Serious bleeding management
  • Shock management
  • Spinal injury management

Secondary care kills include:

  • Injury Assessment
  • Illness Assessment
  • Bandaging
  • Splinting for Dislocations and Fracture


Cancellation policy: Once you have paid the 80 British Pounds deposit for the PADI elearning and to book the course this is not refundable once the PADI learning has been bought for you and assigned to you. We need to use your 80 pounds deposit to buy the learning from PADI and it is not refundable by PADI. For this reason we are unable to refund your deposit if you cancel for any reason.

If you paid a 40 Pounds deposit and received theory via pdf and not learning the deposit is also not refundable for any reason once we have dispatched the pdfs to you.

To book call SiDive on +63 32 414 3623 or +63 906 2222 000
or email sidiveph@gmail.com
Skypename:
simon.timmins2

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