How much does it cost to become a Rescue Diver?
TOTAL COST = $593
*If you decide to do your knowledge component through PADI E-learning, the cost for the E-Learning portion is $146.
How many days is PADI rescue diver course?
The theory part of the course is covered by the course manual and video, and the practical part of the course consists of 10 Rescue Skills and 2 Rescue Scenarios. The PADI Rescue Diver course can be done as a 4/5 day course, and we normally include a couple of fun dives for free as part of the course.
Is PADI rescue diver worth it?
Extremely difficult but it is worth every penny. I am a much different diver than I was before. I notice things now that I never even thought of before. Just like any course, the instructor makes the class but the course as a whole is definitely worth it.
How much does it cost to become PADI certified?
The PADI Open Water Diver Course is the worlds most popular learn to dive course and is a great way to get certified and learn to dive. The standard course is great value for money at only $590 which includes everything you need to learn to dive for the first time and get certified.
How many dives do I need for rescue diver?
As a certified Rescue Diver, you only need five specialty certifications and 50 logged dives to become a Master Scuba Diver.
Should I do rescue diver?
The Rescue Diver Course (called similar names by different agencies) is the minimum level you should aim for as a recreational diver. The course will teach you how to prevent and manage problems and become a more confident diver.
Do divemasters get paid?
Divemaster Salary and Industry
ZipRecruiter reports that in the U.S., a divemaster salary can range from $19,500 to $146,000, and average about $64,802. These numbers reflect different skills levels, years of experience and location. A divemaster salary can also fluctuate depending on the season and the seas.
Is PADI better than SSI?
SSI and PADI are the most well known and respected diving education systems. SSI offer free online training. SSI also offers more flexibility with the structure of the course. If you get stuck on a particular skill of the the course, PADI standards dictate that we cannot continue until you have mastered that skill.
How deep can a PADI rescue diver go?
You will be certified as a PADI Deep Diver, to a maximum depth of 40m/130ft within no-stop limits.