PADI eLearning Rescue Diver Course in Kota Kinabalu
OK, you want to make the difference but you are pushed for time… Then the PADI Rescue Diver Course eLearning in Kota Kinabalu is for you, still involves completing the two days PADI eLearning Rescue Diver Course in Kota Kinabalu but you complete your pre-study online via PADI eLearning in advance if coming on holiday to Kota Kinabalu. This course price is for completing the two day PADI Rescue Diver course with Borneo Dream as long as you choose Borneo Dream as your PADI dive centre when you register for PADI eLearning and you can do this via the following link – PADI eLearning Rescue Diver Course Please note you will pay when you register for PADI eLearning (AUD180.00 per person which is paid to PADI). The course price reflects skills sessions and rescue scenarios being completed in the lovely tropical waters of Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park located in front of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. For more information, including pre-requisites and itinerary, please Click Here for PADI Rescue and eLearning Kota Kinabalu.
Typical Itinerary for the PADI eLearning Rescue Diver Course in Kota Kinabalu
This involves 2 days of ‘wet activities’ and some online pre-study. Online pre-study or eLearning is a great way to study, it allows you to learn at your own pace. However, you must allow plenty of time to complete the study before you start your course – otherwise, final certification may be withheld.
Divers need to be PADI Advanced Open Water or similar with 20 logged dives, they also require a valid First Aid Certificate showing both Primary and Secondary Care including CPR. This must have been issued or renewed in the last 2 years. Alternately this course can be combined with a PADI EFR Emergency First Response Course.
Whether you book your PADI eLearning Rescue Diver Course before you complete your pre-study or afterwards it makes no difference in terms of studying. However, it is worth knowing that your course dates are secure before you commit to online learning with the PADI eLearning Rescue Diver module. Log on to PADI and create yourself an account. As you complete each stage of your learning PADI will send out an email to Borneo Dream stating your level of completion.
We offer a collection from Jesselton Point Jetty. Please refer to your Booking Email for your meeting arrangements. Please beware our boats will depart on time and should miss your collection you will need to contact our office on +60178118149 immediately.
Today you will complete and learn most of your PADI Rescue Diver Skills, some will be completed before lunch and your remainder will be integrated into an afternoon dive along the coral reef. Lunch will be on a tropical island. Depending upon your understanding of the academic side of things more reviews and learning may take place over lunch.
Today will be a bit more relaxed compared to yesterday. Both in the morning and afternoon, you will complete Rescue Diver Scenarios incorporating the Rescue Skills you have learned.
Pre-requisites – PADI eLearning Rescue Diver Course
- Divers need to be PADI Advanced Open Water or similar with 20 logged dives.
- You will need to have a valid First Aid Certificate showing both Primary and Secondary Care, including CPR. This must have been issued or renewed in the last 2 years.
- You need to have completed your academics via PADI eLearning in advance of your course.
- PADI Certification
- Full Diving Equipment
- Lunch on diving days
- Low Instructor to Student Ratios, often lower than 1:3
- Free flow water on our boats
- Instruction in English, Malay or Chinese
- A smile
What’s not included?
- Sabah Parks Diving Permit – RM 25.00 Malaysian RM 70.00 Non-Malaysian
- Collection from your hotel
What do I need to bring on my diving days?
- Swimwear – Please be ready to get wet straight away 🙂
- Suntan lotion
- Any personal items
- Your PADI Materials, including a printout of your PADI eLearning results
- Money in case you want ice cream…
- A smile
The course price is based upon choosing Borneo Dream S-36409 as your PADI Dive Centre when registering for PADI eLearning.
PADI Liability Forms and a PADI Medical Form must be signed by the participant before the PADI Course starts. You need to have a minimum of 18 hours free after diving before flying on a plane, or changing altitude > 300 metres, in line with PADI safety standards.