PADI Rescue Diver in Nusa Penida
As a PADI center, Warnakali brings you world-renowned training under the supervision of experienced professionals. We offer diving training and initiations to adults and children.
The PADI Rescue Diver course teaches you how to prevent and manage problems in the water and develops new skills in scuba diving. It is an intense training but very rewarding and a lot of fun, even if it deals with very serious subjects
As part of our programs, we are accompanied by all the safety equipment necessary for the practice of scuba diving, namely oxygen, first aid kit, means of communication.
PADI Rescue Diver in Nusa Penida
The PADI Rescue Diver course allows you to create your own challenges and then master them. It is a demanding , but also rewarding, part of scuba diving training . At the end of the course, divers who have taken this training often say that it is the best course they have ever taken.
And it's even better to follow it with Warnakali, PADI 5 star dive resort in Nusa Penida ! You will indeed benefit from a 3-meter deep swimming pool to learn how to perform the various maneuvers expected for this course. Once these exercises have been worked on and mastered in a protected environment, you will apply them in the natural environment during simulated accidents. You will therefore never put yourself in dangerous situations!
What does the PADI Rescue Diver course consist of?
Divers often describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the most challenging and rewarding course they have ever taken. Why ? Because they learn how to prevent and manage problems in the water. They will also be more confident in their diving skills. Finally, it's always good to know that you can help others when needed .
During the course, you will also learn how to become a better pair by practicing problem-solving techniques. And in the end, these techniques will become second nature to you! This course is also a lot of fun . This is a very serious class, but it is often the occasion for good laughter sessions while learning and practicing.
Who can take the PADI Rescue Diver course?
PADI (Junior) Adventure Divers divers 12 years of age or older who have completed the Adventure Dive Underwater Orientation dive may register for the Rescue Diver course. You must also have completed primary and secondary emergency first aid ( EFR ) training within the past 24 months. However, this training can be given to you before the Rescue Diver course.
Your Warnakali instructor can also have you benefit from the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course at the same time. This training is mandatory in some countries to administer oxygen to someone in need, so it can be very useful.
What will you learn during the PADI Rescue Diver course?
The PADI Rescue Diver course prepares you to deal with diving emergencies, minor and major, using a variety of techniques. Through knowledge building and rescue exercises, you will learn what to look for and how to answer it. During the rescue scenarios you will put your knowledge and skills into practice.
The topics covered are therefore as follows:
- Recognize and manage stress in other divers.
- Emergency management and equipment.
- Rescue of panicked divers.
- Rescue of unconscious divers.
What diving equipment will you use?
You will use your standard snorkeling equipment. You will also need a pocket mask, which Warnakali provides you with during the course, to practice resuscitation at sea. During the exercises, you will work with an oxygen unit, floats, spotting buoys and mannequins. CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation).
Your Warnakali instructor will explain the equipment you need. He will also suggest other equipment, such as your own first aid kit, which will be useful throughout your diving career.
What will your instructor's expectations be during the PADI Rescue Diver course?
This training obviously leads to a theoretical exam . You will thus complete a MCQ to verify that you have accumulated the necessary knowledge. It is after passing this exam that you will begin to work on the various gestures and exercises specific to the PADI Rescue Diver.
10 exercises will be evaluated by your instructor.
- Assistance from a tired diver (therefore still rational). This can happen after a long swim against the current and this diver may need assistance.
- Rescue of a panicked (and therefore irrational) diver. Here you will learn how to approach a panicked struggling diver while staying safe. You will be able to help and reassure him.
- Assist a conscious diver by being out of the water. This particularly involves assistance without launching and assistance at sea, towing techniques, etc.
- Recognize and assist a diver in distress in immersion. For example a breathless diver underwater.
- Missing diver. You will need to do a quick and efficient search for a missing diver. Then locate it using an underwater search pattern.
- Rise to the surface of an unconscious diver. You will then need to check its buoyancy.
- Diver unconscious at surface. From the establishment of contact with the diver until the end of his de-equipment and towing, you will have to keep the situation under control.
- Exit from the water of an unconscious diver. You will surely be surprised at your abilities using the right techniques.
- First aid in the event of an accident relating to pressure and administration of oxygen. You will need to complete all of the procedures and steps to administer oxygen. And perform CPR at the same time if necessary.
- Respond to an unconscious diver while being out of the water. You will need to perform artificial respiration in the water (as in Exercise 7). Take him out of the water and finally give him CPR.
These exercises lead to a rescue scenario in the natural environment (always simulated). You will therefore have to react in an adequate manner (as you will have learned) to carry it out!
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