PADI Rescue Diver

What makes scuba diving safe? Divers. And as a PADI Rescue Diver, you learn to be in control of the safety of your dive adventures!

Scorpionfish have a poison in stingers of their fins. It is a fact that animals can be unpredictable, so all divers should know how to control accidents involving marine life.

PADI Rescue Diver is one of the courses our Bali Dream Divers’ PADI Instructors absolutely love to conduct! There’s an emphasis on the safety of other divers, not just you and your dive buddy, which is why this course is also a wonderful introduction into the perspective of a dive professional!

Begin gaining independence on the PADI Rescue Diver course and prepare yourself for our ‘PADI Divemaster Challenge’ in Tulamben, Bali!

Navigational skills on the surface and underwater will be practised during the ‘Missing Diver’ rescue exercise to complete rescue scenarios to assist diver(s) in emergency situations.


  • Self-Rescue Review
  • 10 Rescue Exercises
  • 2 Rescue Scenarios
  • Knowledge development reviews & exam
  • Outline an Emergency Assistance Plan of a local dive area
  • View latest PADI Rescue Diver video


  • Excellence in professional PADI dive education conducted with highest level of safety standards;
  • All PADI Rescue Diver educational materials;
  • Lifetime certification as PADI Rescue Diver;
  • Refreshments (tea/coffee/water) during rest from practical dive training at Bali Dream Divers;
  • All dive tax, porter fees, full equipment rental.

Duration: 2 days.

Minimum Requirements:

  • 12 years old;
  • Certified PADI (Junior) Advanced Open Water Diver; or in equivalent dive training organisation;
  • Certified EFR (Primary & Secondary Care) within the last 24 months; or in equivalent First Aid & CPR training organisation.

Lots of role-playing fun for both the student and the Instructor when performing rescue scenarios both underwater and on the surface!


  • Transportation to/from Bali Dream Divers, Tulamben;
  • Meals;
  • Accommodation.

IDR 4,000,000


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