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Byron Bay Dive Centre: Stress & Rescue Course

All open water-training dives are boat dives conducted at Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. Here you will swim with tropical species such as turtles and manta rays, as well as many interesting southern ocean animals including friendly blue gropers and wobbegongs.

4 Day Course

Commences: T.B.C

Included: The Stress & Rescue Course takes four days to complete. The course includes a minimum of 4 dives, 3 confined water sessions, numerous rescue and emergency response scenarios - both confined and open water.

Increase your skills and confidence with the Rescue Diver course.

The rescue course is divided into two components. The first deals with recognising and avoiding stress whilst engaged in diving activities and hence avoiding rescue situations. The second component deals with rescue management and the initiation of rescues..

All confined water training is conducted at the dive shop, an instructor training facility, located in the heart of Byron Bay. Here we have a fully equipped classroom and a training pool heated to 25 degrees Celsius.

All diving equipment, professional Padi and SSI certified instructors, tuition, and all course materials are included.

What to Bring: Swim suit & towel, Dive Certification.

The Rescue course takes four days to complete.  This course includes classroom sessions, 2 confined water sessions and 4 open water sessions.  The cost of the program is $595.00 and includes training materials and dive equipment.

The rescue course is divided into two components.  The first deals with recognizing and avoiding stress whilst engaged in diving activities and hence avoiding rescue situations.  The second component deals with rescue management and the initiation of rescues.

To receive your rescue certification you are required to have a current Senior First Aid certificate (or the equivalent).  If you don't possess a first aid certificate you can still complete the rescue course and we will issue you with your certificate once you have completed your first aid certificate.

You also have the option to complete a first aid certification with us ($250.00).

 

Meet at the Byron Bay Dive Centre