It’s never too early or too late to learn how you can step up and become a rescue trained diver. The comfort in the knowledge that you have the ability to recognise stress factors that could snowball out of hand with yourself and have the ability to act properly on these signals is paramount to being able to render assistance to another diver as well. The Stress and Rescue course will teach you a huge amount of skills and techniques that will surprise you and challenge you.
The course is structured in 3 separate modules:
Online theory prior to class
10 March 2022, 6.30pm – Classroom session at SCUBA CULTURE
12 March 2022 – Full day of pool training
13 March 2022 – Full day of ocean training under the expert tuition of one of our most senior instructors Mick Meer.
This course is guaranteed to change your diving life for the better. It’s never too late or too early to become trained in the skills of diver rescues. In casting my mind back to several years ago, surface rescue, surface tows and the rescue of an unconscious diver at depth, in water assessments of a divers’ vital signs, putting in place basic accident management procedures and performing E.A.R whilst towing the patient back to an exit point were actually part of an Open Water course…
Statistics speak for themselves, back then, there were far fewer bad outcomes to diving accidents than what there are now.Even before I became an instructor, I recognised that being able to help someone was a duty I had towards my loved ones, dive buddy and fellow divers.
We have 3 places left on the next course, you can and should book here: https://www.scubaculture.com.au/…/stress-rescue-19-03…/