The Rescue diver course in Bali is unique and rewarding!
Stress is a significant factor in scuba diving accidents and rescue situations in Bali. You can improve your diving assurance and pleasure by learning to detect, manage and avoid stress-related scenarios.
Recognizing and managing stress are the keys to prevent any scuba diving accidents. Diving emergencies are the consequence of small mistakes that require observation and technique to identify and manage.
The objective of the Rescue Diver course in Bali is to give you the knowledge, ability, and experience to identify and resolve fast emergencies in a multitude of dive situations.
The Rescue course is composed of three sessions.
The first is the academy session. You will learn about stress, accident management, rescue skills, and the environment. There is a lot to digest, that’s why we recommend to learn online with digital learning, before you come to Bali.
The second is the confines water session. Through a series of exercises, you will learn the right way to analyze and respond to divers in an emergency.
The third session is the Rescue scenario. You will use what you’ve learned to respond to a series of simulated emergencies. The objective of the dives is to apply the different exercises practiced in the pool in three rescue scenarios.
At the end of this course, you will feel safer and confident in your dive experience. But also you will get the recognition and respect of your fellow diver.
To take part in the rescue diver course, you must:
During three days, you will cover three parts, academy session, confined water exercises, and rescue scenarios in open water.
The React Right course is an emergency training program which included, Primary Evaluation, First Aid & CPR, and Primary Stabilization Techniques. You will learn how to:
This course is compulsory for the Rescue course unless you have a current First Aid and CPR training within two years.