First response course teaches you, as a scuba diver, how to respond to injuries and how to provide first aid. These skills are useful in everyday life. You never know when you are required to assist someone that has hurt themselves or may have fallen ill. The course challenges you to identify the correct way to response and assess the situation.
Providing timely and effective first aid and CPR may help to save lives. The right knowledge gives you confidence to assist should the need arise. You will learn how to treat wounds, broken limbs and fractures and how to administer CPR and other techniques to non-responsive individuals. Your instructor will demonstrate the techniques in a safe and efficient way. Depending on the chosen options you may also practice use of AED (Automatic Electronic Defibrillator). Scuba diving related incidents may require you to administer of emergency oxygen. This course take a full and prepares you for the rescue diver course. You should consider taking this course periodically to keep up with latest best practices. This course will earn you Emergency First Response certification that is valid for two years.
08:00 – 09:00 Meet at the dive center or we will pick you up from your hotel
09:30 Classroom session for the theory and knowledge reviews and exam
12:00 Lunch depending on the location
13:00 Pool session to cover the scenarios you will be practicing in open water the next day
17:00 – 18:00 Finish the day and return to hotel
07:15 Pick Up from your hotel to Chalong Pier to meet your instructor
08:30 Depart from Chalong towards Racha Noi and Racha Yai
09:00 Breakfast and setup your equipment
09:30 Briefing with your instructor about the rescue scenarios and skill you will be practicing during the day
10:30 – 11:30 Arrive at the first dive site and perform the first rescue scenarios
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 Second Dive and Rescue Scenarios
15:00 Third dive and rescue scenarios
16:00 Become a PADI Rescue Diver and depart to Chalong. Debriefing with your instructor.
17:30 Arrive at the Chalong Pier and transfer back to your hotel
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