PADI RESCUE DIVER

The Rescue Diver course is a two or three-day diving program that arms you with ample knowledge and skills needed when dealing with an underwater emergency. This course is more physically challenging compared to other programs you have taken so far but it can be twice as fulfilling as you will be able to save your own life as well as others should a diving accident occur.

Become a Rescue Diver today!

You are required to read the eLearning training manuals before progressing to the performance-based training. The next step will be the actual dives where our PADI-certified instructors will bring you to the open water to practice what you’ve read such as self-rescuing skills, search patterns, and in-water rescue breathing. Your knowledge will be put to the test in rescue scenarios as you face two simulated dive emergencies where you can apply the theories you learned and skills you mastered to ensure the safety and survival of everyone. 

Interested participants should be:

  • at least 12 years old or older
  • in good health
  • know how to swim
  • have the Advanced Open Water Diver & EFR certification 
How to start the e-Learning part?

You can begin studying the e-Learning training materials after settling your payment. Expect an email from PADI within 24 hours containing the redeem code which you can use to create your own account on the PADI website. 

In-water scuba lessons
Studying the eLearning lessons gives you a green light to proceed to the actual in-water training. Simply choose a schedule that is most convenient for you and we’ll work out the details from there. 

 

PADI Rescue

240 OMR

Pricing Includes:
-BBQ Lunch
-Soft Drink
-Permits to Dayminiyat Islands

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We’re here to answer your questions

I never tried scuba diving before. What can I do?

If you want to become a certified diver you need to take the PADI Open Water Diving Course (3 days). If you don’t have time to finish a full course, you join us on a day trip and do a Try Dive.

Do all courses require an E-Learning?

Yes, all our courses except the PADI Divemaster Course require and eLearning and you have to read and pass it before we can start the course.

Do I have to know how to swim to enroll in a scuba diving course?

Yes, you need to know basic swimming skills to enroll in the PADI Open water Course. The minimum requirements for safety reasons are: 200 meter swim, floating 10 minutes and basic snorkeling skills.

Do I need to have my own scuba gear?

No, the rental from the Scuba equipment is already included in the course fees.

If there is any question that we have left unanswered, please contact us directly!

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