The Safety Assistant Diver course is a surface diving assistance course, dedicated to those who do not want to participate in water activities.
Surface dive assistants are a real point of reference for divers and instructors. They know the theory of diving, the equipment, first aid maneuvers and can lead a boat. All this is of fundamental importance during underwater activities, both on land and in the water.
Who is it for?
The Safety Assistant Diver course is aimed at all those who have followed the theoretical part of the courses:
- Open Water Diver (from which you learn the notions of diving, the theory of diving and the equipment used);
- Dive Medic & Oxygen Provider (during which you learn the safety rules and first aid maneuvers).
The course is aimed, for example:
- For parents who do not want to participate in water activities but who want to, however, stay close to your children while diving;
- To couples, in which he or she wishes to remain ashore or on a boat while their partner or partner dives into the water.
The theoretical part of the course is made up of modules Open Water Diver e Dive Medic & Oxygen Provider. The surface diving assistant will thus be trained on the use of diving equipment and their maintenance, on the theory of diving and will be able to assist divers both in the water and on land.
The Dive Medic course & Oxygen Provider is a training course compliant with the indications of the Ministerial Decree n. 388/03, concerning the provisions on Company first aid. It is therefore a BLS course (Basic Life Support) which includes all the notions of first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation valid even outside the underwater reality.
The practical part of the corso Safety Assistant Diver it is not provided. The surface diving assistant actively participates in the scuba diving exercises, through the maintenance of the equipment, learning underwater briefings and driving boats.
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