|Diving will always be associated with fun, but from the first day of your courses, you probably remember how your instructor has always been insisting about safety, about paying attention to your buddy and about the limits. Diving is a very nice sport, a wonderful way to discover another world, but itâ€™s also an activity that can become dangerous so quickly.|
By being a rescue diver, you will know exactly what to do in case of emergency, either out or in the water. Three day course, 10 different skills (scenario) and a final scenario where everything youâ€™ve been learning will be applied, no other course will give you such confidence. Itâ€™s three intense days, itâ€™s an important book to go through, a final exam ... and a certification that gives you the right to save lives. Distress diver under the water, panicking diver at the surface, lost diver and many other skills that your instructor will demonstrate to you and ask you to practice. In many different ways, a problem can occur. As a responsible diver, you will know what to do and how to do it.
Please note that to start the Rescue Course, you need to be in possession of a valid Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR - Primary Care) and basic first aid (Secondary Care) which has been issued in the past 2 years. In case you do not have any of this certification, this course is also offered by the dive center (Emergency First Response Course).