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20 Feb / 2013
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rescue course lembongan 19FEB13Congratulation to Alice who just finish her Rescue Course in Lembongan with her instructor Laurent! Was an amazing 4 days training where she rescue a lot of fake victims!!! Well done and see you soon…

Find out more about doing your PADI Rescue Diver Course in Lembongan.

01 Feb / 2013
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guides getting rescue training bunaken 1FEB13Its our low season so this gives us time to do some staff training, and today saw all our diveguides in Bunaken getting their rescue skills refreshed with Padi instructors Dion and Mesak. Great fun as well!


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12 Jan / 2013
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Rescue Course in LembonganCongrats to Kristoffer who has just completed his EFR and Rescue course with us in Lembongan. He’s continuing on to do his Divemaster internship with us, welcome to the next step Kris!

This is an exhausted Kris with instructor Jason.

Find out more about doing your PADI Rescue Diver Course in Lembongan.

Also, check out last years blog Why are you not rescue diver yet?

22 Dec / 2012
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Congratulations to Yohanes who just finished his PADI Rescue Diver course in Lembeh!

Find out more about doing your PADI Rescue Diver Course in Lembeh.

09 Jan / 2012
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If you ask any Rescue Diver they will tell you that its the most challenging course they have done. The training provided by rescue certification is not so much about actually rescuing people but more about increasing your own comfort level in the water, it therefore teaches divers how to be better divers.

To feel comfortable helping others is to really feel comfortable with yourself in the water. You could achieve this comfort level over time with hundreds of dives, but taking a good rescue diver course will get you there much sooner.

Took too long but now only 2 days
Despite these obvious advantages, why are most divers not Rescue Divers? We have been running dive operations in Indonesia (Bunaken & Lembeh Straits) for over 12 years. I have often questioned guests about why they are not yet a rescue diver and the most common reason is that it takes too long.

True, traditionally it would take 4-5 days to do the rescue course: there is a book to read, a video to watch and an exam. There are also water skills to teach and assessments to be done in the open water, and the theory and water skills are integrated so you can’t run the water skills until you have done certain theory topics.

However, now you can do all the theory with PADI Rescue Course Online via eLearning from the comfort of your own home before you leave for your holiday, and the water skills and assessments will take just 1-2 days. So now there is no reason to avoid this course!

Rescue Diver Online with eLearning

We run this course in both Bunaken and Lembeh, and can add a few specialities for your Master Scuba Diver certification.

Structure of the Course
Students will complete 12 Open Water Training Exercises which emphasize a divers ability to be flexible and adapt to personal and environmental conditions. In the end, all 12 exercises will be practiced in real-life scenarios.

Course topics include:

  • self rescue
  • diver stress
  • diving first aid
  • emergency management
  • rescue entries, approaches and exits
  • missing, unconscious and submerged diver rescue
  • in-water artificial respiration
  • rescue plans and assistance procedures for both conscious and unconscious victims on the surface and underwater

By the end of the course you will have expanded your knowledge of diving, increased your level of diving skill and be more aware of what is happening in the diving environment. Most importantly, rescue training can help you to save lives and increase safety by preparing you to properly respond to diving emergencies.

First Aid
As a prerequisite, you must be CPR / First Aid certified. You can do a fist aid course through PADI called Emergency First Responder (EFR) that covers the same material, but you can get any first aid course (eg Red Cross or St John’s Ambulance) as long as it covers artificial ventilation and chest compression.


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