It takes most divers about 3-4 days to master Rescue skills and knowledge, including CPR & First Aid
Now that you have some experience under your belt, it’s time to take the next big step towards becoming a Master Diver – or even a dive professional. This course presents challenges you haven’t seen before. You were focusing on keeping yourself safe, and now that you can do that flawlessly it’s time to develop the confidence and skill to do the same for others.
Classroom theory and confined-water training exercises build into open-water scenarios where you’ll learn and apply basic first aid and treatment procedures for both minor and serious injuries related to diving. This course will test your physical and mental performance under pressure with realistic, open-ended scenarios and you will be a better diver – and buddy – when you graduate.
Emergency First Response is required – you’re exempt from this requirement if you already possess an equivalent, current certification from elsewhere. During your Rescue Course you can gain the Oxygen Provider Specialty to improve your lifesaving knowledge and you are one step further to the Master Scuba Diver, the highest non-professional divers level.
This is the next crucial step on your way to become a Master Scuba Diver, or even a dive professional.