|Course Description:||Rescue Primer|
|Location:||Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States|
|Date:||December 2, 2023 - December 3, 2023|
|Instructor:||Max Philip Frenkel|
|Applied/Registered:||2/0 (Please contact the instructor to verify any empty spots before paying the registration fee.)|
|Additional info:||Class is Full & Closed - For Information on Subsequent Classes Email Maxpcf@gmail.com|
This course will be taught by Max Frenkel (Meredith Tanguay is assisting with admin).
WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
Scuba diving is a safe outdoor activity with low accident rates, but as with all activities, participants should be prepared to handle emergencies and perform rescues to assist team members. The awareness of your ability to help will increase your confidence and make your dives safer and more enjoyable.
GUE’s Rescue Primer is a course designed to teach divers basic rescue techniques relevant to scuba diving emergencies.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Being able to prevent or handle stressful situations and emergencies underwater is one of the most meaningful skills you will ever learn, so the Rescue Primer should be high on every diver’s to-do list.
This course is recommended to all who are planning to pursue diving at any level. This primer is best taken after the Navigation Primer, as it requires competence in navigational skills.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Course outcomes include, but are not limited to: assisting distressed divers on the surface and underwater, including unconscious diver recovery; missing diver protocols; surface management of a diving emergency; and diving BLS skills for DCI.
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