Practical Rescue Management


Practical Rescue Management

How to deal with an emergency


Hard Boat dive

As well as our own club RIB we often charter hard boats


We dive all over the world as well as the UK. This was a wreck in the Red Sea


We often dive the Farne Isles and we are usually greeted by friendly seals

Undersea Wonders

Red Sea? Barrier Reef? No, this photo was taken in Cornwall.

Tropical diving

The Red Sea offers warm and clear water

Moody Blue

Our club's own dive RIB

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Want to learn how to be an effective manager in a rescue situation?

This one-day course teaches divers how to manage the resources at their disposal in order to make the most effective use of them in a rescue situation. Although the emphasis is on the development of rescue management skills, the course also provides an opportunity for further instruction in personal rescue skills.
This course involves hypothetical scenarios to practice and test your management skills. It helps divers avoid pitfalls that untrained divers can fall into in a rescue situation.

Entry requirement  
This course is open to North Glos BSAC Sports Divers

What you’ll learn
The Practical Rescue Management course has a mix of classroom-based and practical lessons, teaching you:

• the rescue process – the nature of accidents, prevention, rescue scenarios and drawing out priorities.
• theory of rescue management including removing casualty to a point of safety, first aid priorities, summoning emergency services and evacuating casualty.
• practical rescue management – open water sessions concentrate on the management of a variety of different scenarios.
• Helicopter operations

Learning materials
Your course pack includes all the learning materials you need for the course. The pack includes: the Practical Rescue Management course manual and a Qualification Card application. The course pack also incudes ‘Safety and Rescue for Divers’