Diving on Koh Samui — PADI Rescue Diver course

Diving on Koh Samui, PADI Rescue Diver course — is one of the most interesting diving courses!

PADI Rescue Diver course

The PADI Rescue Diver course is another step in your diving education. Before you learnt how to plan and dive whilst learning various underwater skills. Now it’s time to deepen your knowledge and skills with the PADI Rescue Diver course, during which you will learn how to assess the risks associated with diving, practice useful self-rescue skills and learn how to anticipate and prevent potentially dangerous situations.
Together with your instructor you will learn how to:
Quickly and efficiently search for and locate a missing diver using an underwater search pattern.
Act in situations with a panicked and unconscious diver both on the surface and underwater
Provide in water rescue breathing, to prevent dangerous situations both on the surface, during the dive and much more.

 

PADI Rescue Diver course on Koh Samui — the best price guaranteed! *

Duration: 3 days
Minimum age: 15 years
Number of training dives: 5
Prerequisites: absence of any medical conditions and you must have the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certificate or its equivalent and valid Emergency First Response certificate.
Price: 11 500 THB — the price is valid only when you book on our website.

*We guarantee the best price on Koh Samui! If you find a price lower than ours (for a similar offer), we will refund the difference!

 

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The practical part of the course will be conducted on Koh Tao as there are no dive sites around Koh Samui. For your convenience and to save time on transfers between Koh Samui and Koh Tao we have included in the course price the cost of your stay on Koh Tao for the duration of training.

 

The cost of the course includes:
— Transfer Samui — Koh Tao — Samui
— Accommodation on Koh Tao for the duration of study (2 night)
— Training materials
— International PADI Diver Certificate
— Equipment rental
— Tea, coffee, fruits and light snacks on our dive boat

What does your training for the PADI Rescue Diver course include?

Theoretical part
Your theoretical part of the course starts with you watching the training video and reading through the PADI Rescue Diver manual. You will discuss all the key points with your PADI instructor and complete 5 knowledge reviews and a final exam.

Practical part, confined water
One of the days you will practice all the self-rescue and rescue skills in confined water. Some self-rescue skills are from your PADI Open Water Diver course, others will be completely new to you and will teach you how to deal with an emergency case.

Practical part, open water
You are going to repeat the skills that you learned earlier in an environment similar to real case scenarios.
You will learn how to recognize and prevent emergencies and provide assistance to distressed or unconscious divers.
You will complete the practical training with «Rescue scenarios». During these your instructor will simulate certain emergencies and you will need to successfully accomplish the rescue procedures. This training and mastering of these skills will make you a confident rescue diver, who is able to rescue at any time.

PADI Rescue Diver Course - detailed description

PADI Rescue Diver Course Schedule on Koh Samui

You will begin the study of the theoretical part on Koh Samui, where 1–2 days before the course you will receive study materials and all the necessary instructions.

First day
6:30 am — 6:45 am: Transfer (minivan) from your hotel to the Lomprayah pier
8 am — 10 am: High-speed catamaran ferry from Samui to Koh Tao
10 am — 10:15 am: Meeting with your instructor on Koh Tao
10:15 am: Departure on our dive boat to one of the Koh Tao dive sites to perform the training dives (departure time may vary)
10:15 am — 11 am: Briefing before the dive
11 am — 12 pm: Practicing rescue and self-rescue skills in the confined water
12 pm — 1 pm: Lunch on the dive boat, rest, briefing before the dive
1 pm — 2 pm: Practicing rescue and self-rescue skills in the confined water
3 pm: Return to Koh Tao, accommodation check in
4 pm — 5:30 pm: Theory part (watch training video, knowledge review and quiz check)
Second day:
10 am: Departure on our dive boat to one of the Koh Tao dive sites to perform the training dives (departure time may vary)
10:30 am — 11 am: Briefing before the dive, practicing rescue and self-rescue skills in open water
11 am — 12 pm: Rest, lunch on the dive boat, briefing before the second dive
12 pm — 1 pm: Second training dive in open water
3 pm: Return to Koh Tao, theory and paperwork
Third day:
10 am: Departure on our dive boat, briefing before the dive
11 am — 2 pm: Rescue scenarios practice and performance, debriefing
3 pm — 5 pm: High-speed catamaran ferry from Koh Tao to Koh Samui
5 pm — 6 pm: Transfer to your hotel

Continuing diving education

The next step in your continuing education is to become a PADI Master Scuba Diver. This is the highest level of recreational diving. You can also become a PADI professional which will allow you to work in the diving industry after completing the PADI Divemaster course. PADI specialty diver courses could be your other option in continuing your diving education.