1750 Dhs
Started on 29/11/2020Minimum 2 days

In order to be a good diver you first need to be able to look after yourself and then be able to help other if needed. The RAID Master Rescue Diver is a must for all experienced divers and in particular those who wish to take responsibility for the safety of other divers. It is also a prerequisite to professional level training.

The best rescue is the one you never have to make, which is why the RAID Master Rescue course has a significant focus on risk assessment and advanced buoyancy control, to minimise the chances of having to perform a rescue or be rescued.

This unique course builds confidence and ability, providing the skills and knowledge to help you better understand how to respond safely and efficiently to surface and underwater emergencies, at a maximum depth of 20m/66ft.

PREREQUISITES for the Practical Training

  • To be a minimum of 15 years old.
  • Completed and passed Master Rescue academic section Quick Quiz and Exam.
  • Have a minimum of 12 hours logged underwater whilst using open circuit equipment.
  • Have a RAID Advanced 35 (Open Water) or Explorer 30 certification or equivalent certification from a recognised training agency.
  • Have a current rescue Breathing/CPR and oxygen provider certificate from a recognised authority.
  • Documented proof of prerequisite requirements will need to be presented to us prior to any in water training. 

COURSE CONTECT

The RAID Master Rescue course teaches you above all how to minimize the risk of a rescue needing to be performed. In the event of a rescue, we teach you how to quickly and effectively provide assistance to the diver(s) in distress.

Through a combination of cutting edge online training and interaction with your RAID Instructor, your diving knowledge will be honed to a very high level, preparing you to look after others. This will ultimately prepare you for RAID Divemaster training.


Topics and practical workshops include:

Academic Section (all online):
• Diving in General
• Environment
• Dive Equipment
• Physics
• Physiology
• Rescue
• Management
• Confined Water (academics)
• Open Water (academics)

Practical Section:
• Review of personal diving skills
• Stamina and watermanship skills
• Artificial Respiration
• Site management skills
• Development of diver rescue and emergency skills

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