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Most divers find this course both challenging and rewarding and, looking back, say it was the best course they have ever taken. Why is that?

You will learn more about problem identification and problem avoidance, you will gain more confidence in your abilities as a diver, and you will realize that you can help other divers if needed. During the course you will learn how to become a better dive buddy; you practice problem-solving skills until they become a habit. The course is also a lot of fun - the background is serious, but even with concentrated learning there are always opportunities to laugh.

PADI (Junior) Advanced Open Water Divers from 12  Years of age who have completed the Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive can enroll in a Rescue Diver course. You must also have Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care training within the past 24 years  months have completed. This training can be done during your Rescue Diver course. Your instructor may also offer you the opportunity to enroll in the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider specialty course, which teaches you how to administer emergency oxygen.


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