You need to be 12 years old to start the Rescue Junior Course and 15 to start the Rescue Diver course.
In addition to the what you have already learned, the content of this course teaches you to take responsibility for yourself and your diving companions. How can you prevent problematic situations? Or how should you react to emergency situations?
The course program is divided into 5 units of theory: Self Rescue, Diver Stress, Diving First Aid, Emergency Management and Equipment Consideration
Practice takes place in the sea with 12 different exercises, for example real situations which we may encounter: tired diver, panicking diver, swimming and non-swimming assists, underwater problems, missing diver, surfacing the unconscious diver, egress (exists), first aid procedures for pressure related accidents, in-water artificial respiration, dive accident scenarios.
Normally 3 days or depending on availability.
The price also includes full equipment, student kit (manual, table, bag, etc.) and diving insurance during the course.
You will need to:
2-passport size photographs as well as have completed the Medic First Aid course. You also need a photocopy of your Advanced or Advanced Junior certification, or an equivalent certification.
Dive and Specialities
Advanced Open Water
master scuba diver
open water level II
open water level III