Upon completion and passing of the course, you will be certified as a PADI Rescue Diver. You will also receive your PADI Rescue Diver Certification Card between 7 to 14 working days.
|Meals||03 Lunch, 02 Coffee / Tea Breaks|
|Include||Return Boat Transfers, PADI Rescue Diver Course Materials, Registration & Certification Fees, Daily Lunch, Refreshments, Instructor Fees, Facilities Rental, Sabah Park Diving Fees, Park Entry & Jetty Fees, Guide, Equipment Rental e.g. tanks, wetsuits, etc.|
|Exclude||Alcoholic Drinks, Personal Travel Insurance and Any Items Not Mentioned|
OPTIONAL HOTELS PICK-UP & DROP OFF CHARGES
The Rescue Diver course consists of 3 main sessions:
For the Rescue Diver course, the main point of reference will be the PADI Rescue Diver Manual.
The Rescue Diver manual covers everything you need to know about rescue diving, from the necessary skills and terms to safety operations. You will then be put into a confined water environment to apply the skills you’ve learnt in the classroom, before proceeding to an open water environment. Once you have been certified, make sure to keep the course materials for future reference as well as to review what you have learnt.