PADI rescue diver course
PADI Rescue Diver Course
Getting the PADI Rescue diver course with Oceans of Discovery will be one of the most challenging & rewarding PADI certification courses you will do. The PADI Rescue diver course improves your skills and confidence as a diver & is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to identify, manage & prevent diver or scuba diving emergencies.

This is a physically demanding course but is also a huge amount of fun for instructors and students alike!

During the course you will learn:      

1) Self-rescue      
2) Recognizing and managing stress in other divers      
3) Rescuing panicked and unresponsive divers      
4) Rescue equipment consideration and usage      
5) Emergency procedures      
6) First aid for diving and marine life injuries    
7) In-water rescue breathing and basic life support considerations.
What You Need To Know
Who can take the the Course?
To enroll in the PADI Rescue Diver course, you must:
  • Be certified as a PADI Advanced Diver or equivalent
  • Have up to date first aid and CPR training within the previous two years (training can be included)
  • Be in good health
  • Be 12 years plus
  • Satisfy a standard PADI Diving Medical
How long will the experience take?
The PADI Rescue Diver course takes three days in total. We spread the course out over two consecutive weekends. Please contact for full info on schedules etc.
What is included?
If you don't have your own dive gear, we will supply what ever you need as part of the course, so all you need to bring is a swimsuit!

All theory for the course can be done from home through the PADI E-Learning platform. Access to this site is included in the price.
How much will it cost?
The PADI Rescue Diver Course costs €420 in total. An initial deposit of €200 will be required in order to secure your place.
Where will the dives take place?
All training will take place in and around our base in Roberts Cove, Co.Cork. In the unlikely even that conditions are poor, we will move to dive sites in West Cork.