Rescue Diver Course Roatan
Be the best you can be with the PADI Rescue Diver course in Roatan! A fun and exciting course that will give you the skills and tools to be a more confident diver in any situation. This course is both a requirement for the PADI Master Diver or for the professional path to PADI Divemaster and PADI Instructor. This is a fun course where you will learn self-rescue, rescue above and below the water and techniques to keep you and other divers safe.
Why PADI Rescue Diver Course in Roatan?
Learn how to anticipate and recognize issues before they become major challenges no matter where you go diving in the world! The calm waters of Roatan make this an ideal location for training in a variety of settings. While unlikely, emergencies can and do occur in scuba diving. The PADI Rescue Diver course will give you the tools you need so that you can prepare and respond to a variety of diving-related emergency scenarios. Through West Bay Divers professional and experienced staff, you will gain confidence in your own diving abilities as well as develop the critical thinking skills necessary to take your first steps towards becoming a Master Diver or PADI Divemaster.
PADI Open Water & PADI Advanced Open Water
In addition, many people take their EFR (Emergency First Response) course concurrently with their Rescue Diver as West Bay Divers gives a $50 discount when both are taken together. If you already have taken this course or one equivalent within the last 24 months than this is not required.
TIMEFRAME: Can be completed in 3 days.
Rescue Diver training will help prepare you to stop issues before they progress as well as confidently manage dive emergencies. Knowledge development sessions are followed by confined and skills training and open water scenarios, where you will cover:
- Self Rescue Skills
- Tired diver Tow
- Calming and Handling a Panicked diver
- Response from shore, dock or boat (responsive diver)
- Distressed diver underwater
- Missing diver search and rescue techniques
- First aid for pressure related (barotrauma) injuries and oxygen administration
Response from shore or boat, unresponsive diver
- Surfacing and initiating rescue breaths for the unresponsive diver underwater and at surface
At West Bay Divers, our experienced instructors train you above and beyond industry standards. We believe people learn best through repetition so in each skill we will show you the proper way to do it, assist you as you perform the skill and then let you perform the skill without assistance. The knowledge development portion involves five knowledge reviews that your instructor will cover with you, the creation of an emergency assistance plan for a specific dive site and a final exam.