PADI Rescue Diver
The most fun you will ever have on any course....
This course is one of the core PADI courses and is cited by many students as the course they had the most fun with. It marks a crossroads and distinguishes you as a fully trained diver. From here you can go in 3 different directions if you are Advanced Open Water diver or equivalent (or all 3 if you like!):
- You can start to work towards your Master Scuba Diver certification (the Black Belt of scuba diving) - this is the highest recreational certification with PADI.
- You can begin your diving career by completing your PADI Divemaster course - the first professional level in the PADI system.
- You can take on the added challenge, adventure and responsibility by starting techincal diving with PADI TecRec courses.
You need to be at least 12 years old and be certified as an Adventure Diver with proof of Navigation Dive completed. The course can be completed in 4 days. It consists of 5 water sessions over which you will complete 10 exercises and 2 scenarios. There are five knowledge development sessions and a final exam, a book to read and knowledge reviews to complete supported by a state of the art video and computer based lesson guides. Be prepared for four days of hard work and having a lot of fun. Completing this course will increase your confidence and make you a better, safer diver.
A great way to complete the theory is with PADI e Learning thus avoiding classroom work when you are on holiday! This also reduces the price below as you will have all the learning materials and certiication fees are included.
This course includes books and materials, instructor fees, transportation to confined and open water sites, confined and open water dives, equipment rental and certification, it does not include, boat diving fees or accommodation which are optional and can be arranged.