Stress & Rescue

Stress & Rescue training is designed to improve your reaction when faced with a possible accident.

320,00

Stress & Rescue training aims to help you respond adequately to a diving incident or accident, either effecting your partner or you.

An ESSENTIAL speciality if you aim to devote yourself to professional diving, and highly RECOMMENDED for any diver who wants to improve their skills.

In our Stress & Rescue course you will learn how to manage the stress which may appear during a diving incident or accident and the skills to solve problems before they cause an accident. 

How is the course organized? 

As with all our SSI diving courses, the theory lessons can be studied online from wherever you happen to be, at your pace and in the language you choose.

When you have finished the theory lessons, we will carry out four dives to practise:

– Decompression dives to a wreck at 30 metres. 

– Rescuing a diver in trouble, starting out from the shore. 

– Searching for objects and people and using a drag board.

Our Technical Director Xavi Llambrich, GRAE underwater rescue diver from the Catalan fire service is in charge of the practical lessons. He has had many years experience training divers at all levels. 

Remember that this speciality course will also count towards the training you need if you are aiming for the Advanced Open Water Diver certificate, which requires training in 4 specialities and 24 dives registered officially in your SSI digital logbook.

Online training: The quality of face-to-face, from home!

  • At your own pace
  • Tutor always available to resolve doubts
  • No minimum group required
  • Moodle online platform

Additional information

Requirements

Advanced Open Water Diver certificate (recommended Deep Diving) with at least 25 registered dives including one in the previous month. Over 16 years old, up-to-date medical revision. First Aid, RCP and oxygen therapy qualification (React Right) obtained in the last 2 years.

Length

2-3 days. Dates can be agreed on with the students.

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