PADI Advanced Open Water
IDR 4,500,000 / 2-3 Days / 5 dives
Once you complete your PADI Open Water Course, you will want to continue your diving education with the PADI Adventure Diver or even the Advanced Open Water Course.
This course is designed to increase your confidence in the water whilst learning new skills. You have to complete 5 dives including the deep water dives and underwater navigation dives. You can choose from the following elective dives: naturalist, night dive, multi-level, drift, boat, photography, search and recovery, fish identification, wreck and the fun peak performance buoyancy dive. Upon completion of this course, you will be more comfortable underwater and have a better understanding of the aquatic world allowing you to dive up to 30 metres. To take this course you must be a PADI Open Water Diver.
PADI Rescue Diver
IDR 5,500,000 / 3-4 Days / 4 Dives
The PADI Rescue Diver course is a challenging and informative course that will build your confidence as a recreational diver.
Three to four days of intensive classroom and in-water rescue training will be both fun and rewarding for all divers. Students will complete 12 Open Water Training Exercises which emphasize a diver's ability to be flexible and adapt to personal and environmental conditions. In the end, all 12 exercises will be practiced in real-life scenarios.
Course topics include:
First aid for diving injuries
First aid for marine injuries
Rescue equipment consideration and usage
Rescue entries, approaches and exits
Assist and transportation of patients
Missing, unconscious and submerged diver rescue
In-water artificial respiration
Accident recording and reporting
By the end of the course, you will have expanded your knowledge of diving, increased your level of diving skill and be more aware of what is happening in the diving environment. Most importantly, rescue training can help you to save lives and increase safety by preparing you to properly respond to diving emergencies.
Emergency First Response (EFR)
IDR 2,000,000 / 1 Day
First Aid and CPR are good skills for everyone not just in Scuba Diving. You need these skills for the PADI Rescue Diver course. The Emergency First Response (EFR) course teaches you medical emergency response skills and gives you confidence so you are prepared to help in an emergency.
What you learn in the EFR course:
BLS (Basic Life Support) CPR and rescue breathing at the layperson level
Preventing and caring for shock
Spinal injury management
Use of barriers to reduce desease transmission risk
Basic first aid and first aid kit considerations
These skills can be used in any area or environment from being a parent, working with children or being involved in adventure sports. Most work organisations will accept this as a First Aid course to be used, recognised and credited.