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Non-Diving Courses

EMERGENCY OXYGEN PROVIDER  SPECIALTY
Entry-level techniques of first aid management of suspected dive accidents, through the use of oxygen.

recue-dive-course-imageThe course will introduce divers to the fundamentals of dive accident, recognition, response, and management, and will provide experienced divers and instructors with an excellent opportunity to continue their education. 

Price: £125

Includes: Course materials, certification and quick reference guide.

 Book with your Rescue Course and only pay £95

The goals of this course are to:

  • Recognise the signs and symptoms of near-drowning, arterial gas embolism and decompression sickness.

Develop the skill and confidence during the proper assembly, deployment, use and dis-assembly of all component parts of the oxygen unit.  This includes the demand inhalator valve and mask, constant flow non-re-breather mask and pocket mask with supplementary oxygen inlet.

 Home Study

Please complete all the quick quizzes and Knowledge Reviews at the back of the manual. The Knowledge Reviews or photocopies are required to be handed in on the course.

Other Information

Please bring a Photo of yourself for the certification card.

Please wear appropriate clothing for skill development which involves sitting on the floor.

RECOMMENDATION.

DIVECREW recommends that this course is incorporated into the Rescue Diver Course for the student to gain maximum benefit of the Emergency Oxygen Provider Speciality.


EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE £130

The Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) teaches how to deal with life-threatening and non life-threatening emergencies.  Here are some of the skills you’ll learn in the Primary Care course

  •  Rescue Breathing, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Serious bleeding management, Shock management
  • Spinal injury management, Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Conscious chocking

In the Secondary Care (first aid) course you’ll learn illness and injury assessment, bandaging and how to splint for dislocations and fractures.

In the Care for Children part of the course – we will look at specific difference with regards CPR, Choking and illness assessment

All Courses use a combination of Knowledge Development, Skill Development and Scenario Practice to make sure you have the knowledge, understanding and confidence to use your skills if you ever need to do so.

The Emergency First Response course is valid and a PADI requirement of your PADI Rescue course if you are a diver.

We ask that you have read the course manual prior to starting the course and have completed the Knowledge reviews found at the end of the manual – these will be reviewed on the day.

A Small final Exam on Primary and Secondary Care takes place at the end of the Day – this is simply multiple choice and by the end of the day will be straight forward as we will cover all the points in detail during the day.