The Rescue Diver Course is designed to develop the necessary knowledge and skills for individuals to effectively perform a rescue/ assist, to manage diving accidents, render proper first aid, and to qualify for the PADI Divemaster program or Master Scuba Diver Program. This course will expand your knowledge and experience level; teaching divers to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well-being of other divers. Although the subject matter of this course is serious, it is a fun and rewarding course, and a great way to build your confidence and progress your diving career. This course also allows student divers to qualify for the PADI Divemaster training program. Call or email us to register for this course.
$350 for the full course. This includes PADI e-learning links, pool, and checkout dives.
Must be 12 years or older
Must be Basic Open Water Certified
Must be Advanced Open Water Certified
Must have current (within two years) CPR and First Aid Certification, with hands on training.
Classroom work is fully remote!
Pool sessions are held at the Scappoose Swim Centers.
Open Water Dives are typically held along the Hood Canal.
Students are also responsible for renting, or providing, their own equipment for the pools sessions and open water weekend.
Students are also responsible for the costs for the open water weekend, including but not limited to: gas, food, and accommodation. Students must get their two tanks filled Saturday night, for dives on Sunday. Tank fills are approximately $10.