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Pattaya Diving Center, Siam Divers, offers PADI courses, including Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Emergency First Response, Rescue Diver, Divemaster. Siam Divers also teaches PADI Speciality Courses


Pattaya Diving Center ,Thailand. Siam Divers offers all-inclusive scuba diving internships. This training program, will make you an PADI Professional Divemaster.


Scuba Diving Pattaya, Thailand Siam Divers can also arrange Technical courses with the region's most-advanced techncial divers school. They offer all-inclusive training programs for Beginner, Intermediate and Advnaced technical divers. These courses include classes from ANDI

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Rescue Sport Diver

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  • Duration: 3-4 Days
  • Number of dives: 5 open sessions
  • Prerequistes:
    • 16 years old
    • Advanced Level Scuba Diving Certification.
    • 25 logged dives

What is PSA Rescue Sport Diver ?

The Professional Scuba Association International’s Rescue Diver course is designed for those divers who wish to learn the skills necessary to complete self-rescue and “buddy assistance” rescues in the recreational diving environment.

What does this course give you ?

On completion of this course you will be able to:

Assist himself or a dive buddy in preventing or intervening in some potential accident scenarios while diving in conditions commensurate with both his certification and level of experience and within the traditional recreational limits for sport diving

What Will I Do ?


  • Approximatley six hours rescue diver theory.

  • A. The Anatomy of a Diving Accident
    • 1. Understanding pre dive preparation and the issues that lack of preparation can cause
    • 2. Identifying and understanding the common triggers that are precedents for accidents
    • 3. Understanding panic as a key to the accident chain and the physiological aspects of the panic circle

  • B. Accident Prevention
    • 1. Pre-dive preparation as a preventive measure. Plan Your Dive ~ Dive Your Plan. This often used phrase was a brainchild of PSAI CEO and Founder Hal Watts back in 1967.
    • 2. Identifying behaviors in divers that are indicative of stress levels that increase the likelihood of diving accidents
    • 3. Intervening to correct problems and alleviate stress before the dive without confrontation

  • C. Common Diving Injuries and Maladies
    • 1. Narcosis and narcosis as a factor in diving accidents
    • 2. The causes, symptoms, effects and treatment for arterial gas embolism (AGE)
    • 3. The causes, symptoms, effects and treatment for cerebral arterial gas embolism (CAGE)
    • 4. Other lung over pressurization injuries
      • a. Pneumothorax
      • b. Subcutaneous emphysema
      • c. Others
    • 5. The causes, symptoms, effects and treatment for decompression sickness (DCS)
      • a. Type I DCS
      • b. Type II DCS
      • c. Type III DCS
      • d. The body’s autoimmune response in escalating DCS symptoms

  • D. Drowning or Near Drowning

  • E. The Signs, Symptoms and Field Treatments for Common Marine Life Injuries
    • 1. Bites and puncture wounds
    • 2. Venomous stings and puncture wounds
    • 3. Non-venomous stings and puncture wounds

  • F. Dive Site Surveys
    • 1. Identifying common hazards
    • 2. Dive planning to avoid obvious hazards
    • 3. Identifying hazards that may be hidden
      • a. Shifting currents
      • b. Upwellings and down drafts
      • c. Tidal currents
      • d. Other hazards
  • G. Developing a Plan and Conducting a Hasty Search for a Missing Diver

  • H. Accident Response Plan
    • 1. Communications
    • 2. Methods of evacuation
    • 3. Identifying local resources like hospitals, Coast Guard, etc.
    • 4. Determining the best methods for effecting a rescue
      • a. Locating the diver
      • b. Types of recoveries
      • c. Methods of exit

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