What will you discover with your Scuba Rescue Diver certification

Expanding your diving knowledge, capabilities and safety with a Scuba Rescue Diver course!

NAUI acknowledges and accepts that diving is not a sport without hazards.  The Scuba Rescue Diver coursewill prepare you to evaluate and cope with those hazards, whether they impact you or other divers.

The training Riverside Scuba provides is a pathway to becoming a dive Professional leader.

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Boat Dive Training Trip To Catalina Island is an Extra Cost of $195.


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Students Learn how to manage risks and effectively handle limited in-water problems and diving emergencies, how to assist and transport divers, and how to perform surface rescues and rescues from depth involving both boat and shore based skin and scuba divers.

CPR and First Aid certifications are required to complete this course.  If you are not certified as a Basic Life Support (CPR & First Aid) diver, we offer this course to fulfill this requirement.

Once this course is purchased, within 24 hours, Riverside Scuba's Training Department will email you either a NAUI or SDI Scuba Diving course activation code.  Once you receive the activation code you will then creat a NAUI or SDI account and password for your account.  Once you have completed that process you can start your On-line E-Learnoing portion of the course.

Who Can Participate…

You must be a certified Advance Scuba Diver to enroll in the Rescue Diver Course.

Course Details...

The Rescue Diver Course is a combination of academic work, pool training and open water demonstration. You will begin with a  classroom session to review your knowledge and skills.  We will also talk discuss different scenarios and the details of the course.  The next section of this course is the pool training skills, where you learn how to manage in-water different rescue scenarios and rescue breathing. Such as how to properly respond to both surface and underwater emergencies, how to recognize active and passive panic and how to approach panicked divers. In-water rescue breathing will be practiced until you are able to remove the gear from a non-responsive diver, while towing them and administering rescue breaths all at the same time. Once you have demostrated the necessary knowledge and confidence this section of the course, we will schedule you for the open water section.

The open water section consists of bring up an unconscious diver out of the water, and drill you again on the pool work you did in the unpredictable environment of open water. Finally, we will perform a real time in-water rescue scenario for a missing diver from the initial contact with the lost diver's buddy to simulating CPR after removing the unconscious diver out of the water. Riverside Scuba rescue real time scenarios are intense and will prepare you real rescue situations.

Location of Training…

  • Section 2: The academic workshop section of this course will be at Riverside Scuba's Training Department.
  • Section 3: The pool training is conducted in Moreno Valley.
  • Section 4: Open water training will be conducted on the front side of Catalina Island via a charter dive boat.

No refund shall be issued once this course has been activiated. If Student does not successfully complete this course within 12 months from the date of activiation, student shall re-purchase this course.

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