The course consists of: one classroom session, one pool session, one day of beach sessions and an on-beach final that will test all your skills in a simulated emergency situation, earning you a PADI Rescue Diver certification. We also include your EFR training conducted usually one evening prior to the Rescue weekend; check with us on EFR evening program dates.
Pick the weekend starting date from the available dates below.
Includes eLearning, crew-pak with oral-nasal mask, pool & ocean training and certification card and all EFR materials (guidebook, bandages, face shield, gloves in key chain and certification)
Typical program itinerary:
Thursday - EFR guidebook knowledge review done in advance!
6:30 pm - 10 pm - academic review, skills and scenarios training
Saturday - eLearning must be completed before this day!
8 am - 10 am, academic classroom review (sometimes 9 or 10 am - 11 or Noon)
10:30 am - 3 pm, pool skills review and training
8 am - 2 pm, Ocean skills and scenarios training, then CELEBRATE!
Pre-requisite: PADI (or equivalent) Advanced Open Water or Adventure diver with proof of navigation training dive and minimum of 12 years old.