maandag 8 juli 2013
PADI Rescue Course GilI Islands
PADI Rescue Course Diving is great, specially diving around the Gili Islands, Indonesia. So why should you become a rescue diver at one of the most beautiful places in the world? The PADI Rescue diver course covers dive accident scenarios, self-rescue skills, accident prevention and management. There is no denying that the rescue course is challenging – but it is also a lot of fun! Our team of PADI instructors, Giny, Phil, Janneke, Jmal, Simone and Sander are all experienced instructors and will bring you the necessary knowledge in a funny way! Over the rescue course, which takes 4-5 days at Oceans 5 Dive Resort Gili Air, you will develop the knowledge and skills to manage dive accident situations, render necessary first aid and effectively perform diver assists and rescues. Developing self-confidence in your diving abilities and comfort in your equipment is paramount to you enjoying every dive. What do you learn? • Learning a range of in-water rescue skills including surfacing an unconscious diver, rescue breathing, how to handle a panicked diver and exiting an unresponsive diver • Develop teamwork, management and delegation skills as you and your classmates learn how to manage different accident 'scenarios' • Learn how to use emergency equipment including SMBs and compass navigation to organise and conduct search patterns for missing divers • Prepare an Emergency Assistance Plan for a local dive site using your training to source appropriate and accurate information • An introduction to how to deal with suspected DCI or pressure related injuries through Oxygen provision. What are the PADI Rescue Diver Course prerequisites? • Be 12 years or older • Have a PADI Adventure Diver certification (or have a qualifying certification from another organization) • Be trained and current for first aid and CPR within the previous two years (Ask your instructor about Emergency First Response CPR and first aid courses). For more updates about PADI Course look at our facebook page.