PADI Rescue Diver Course
Rescue Diver
Rescue Diver Course
PADI Rescue Diver Course

ASSISTING IN AN EMERGENCY SAVES A LIFE

The PADI Rescue Diver course is an important and crucial step in expanding a diver’s knowledge and experience beyond a purely recreational level. Rescue divers learn to look beyond themselves to consider the safety and well-being of other divers. This is why the PADI Rescue Diver rating is a prerequisite for all PADI leadership training (Divemaster, Assistant Instructor, and Open Water Scuba Instructor).

Rescue diver training readies student divers to help prevent problems and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies using a variety of techniques. The course is designed to be demanding, though realistic in its conduct, content and approach. Although the nature and context in which rescue training may be used is serious, the course is enjoyable and build diver confidence.

Course Pre-requisite:

Logged minimum 20 Dives

At least 18 years old

Certified PADI Open Water or equivalent

Certified PADI Advanced Open Water or equivalent

Current CPR and First Aid Training (Validity of 24 months from the date certified)

Course Includes

PADI Rescue Diver Manual

Use of Tanks and Weights

Use of Pool Facilities

Use of Dive Boat

Use of Rescue Training Props

Instructor Fee

PADI Certification Card

2 Pool Sessions (Evening)

10 Rescue Training Exercises

4 Open Water Rescue Scenarios

Weekend trip to Malaysia or Singapore as per schedule

Class Schedule
Class Number Session Date Time
Res 11 Rescue Lecture 07 Nov 2016 1830 – 2130 hrs
Rescue Pool 08 Nov 2016 1830 – 2200 hrs
Rescue Trip 12 Nov 2016 0700 – 1200 hrs
Res 12 Rescue Lecture 12 Dec 2016 1830 – 2130 hrs
Rescue Pool 13 Dec 2016  1830 – 2200 hrs
 Rescue Trip 17 Dec 2016 0700 – 1200 hrs
Venue – Classroom

Waikiki Classroom

Venue – Pool

Outram Secondary School

Price

Local trip to Pulau Hantu: $615

Excludes: Equipment rental of mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuit, BCD, regulator set, dive computer

Register

Step 1:

Registration at Waikiki Dive Centre Participants should come down to the dive centre to register for the class at least 2 week in advance prior to the lecture. 1 Digital Color Passport size Photo (Good Quality) is required for certification purposes.

 

Step 2:

Self-Study and attending lecture Upon Registration, participant will receive the Rescue Manual for self study. Participants will have to complete all 6 knowledge reviews where you’ll hand in to the PADI Instructor on the day of Lecture. The Rescue Final Exam will be administered after the lecture. Students are required to score at least 75% as a passing score. The PADI Instructor will then go through the specific mistakes. The passing criteria is MASTERY of diving knowledge.

 

Step 3:

Pool Sessions The Pool session is to develop the 12 required rescue exercises for rescue purposes. It will be held in Outram Secondary School as per class schedule below.

 

Step 4:

Open Sea Evaluation The Open Sea Dives will be held over Friday till Sunday in Malaysia; or one day in Singapore Waters. This is to ensure that knowledge of the 12 required rescue exercises given in the scenarios are of mastery level by the participant.