Rescue Diver Camp


This four day camp includes both the PADI Emergency First Responder course (CPR/First Aid) and the PADI Rescue Diver course. Students prepare by completing the PADI eLearning course online prior to starting the camp as well as reading the EFR manual.  Camp includes class sessions, pool and shore dives. Upon successful completion of this course, students receive the PADI EFR and Rescue Diver certifications.

– $350 plus tax and materials

PADI eLearning program $165 (paid directly to PADI).
Click on the banner below to begin the PADI Rescue Diver eLearning program.

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– Pocket Mask
– EFR Participant Manual

– Ages 12 – 18
– Jr. Advanced Open Water (bring certification card)

– See Junior Camp Schedule

CANCELLATION POLICY: Any cancellations during the final 7 days prior to the camp will result in full charge for the camp.

– Parents, please call the shop directly to make the reservation at 808-329-7585 or 1(800) 345-4807.
– Next, go to Camp Registration Forms.  Download the forms, print, and fill out.  Send scanned forms by email to
– Parents please review the medical questions.  If there is a YES, you must get doctor’s approval.  Call us for assistance.
– New students – parents please call to schedule an appointment with the Director of Education prior to the camp for an orientation.
– Please register for camp by June 1, 2015.  Registration after June 1st is allowed, but all forms and fees due with reservation.

– Instruction, scuba equipment, wet suit

– Mask, Snorkel, Fins (rental gear available)
– Logbook and Recreational Dive Planner (tables or electronic)
– Lunch, snacks, water bottle
– Swimsuit, towel, rash guard
– Dry clothes, sunscreen

– Start the PADI eLearning program at
– Complete eLearning one week prior to camp start date

DAY 1 (9am – 3pm)
– Preparation: Read EFR manual
– Bring all registration and course materials
– Check-in and student/parent orientation (20min.)
– Classroom: EFR Course all day

DAY 2 (9am – 3pm)
– Classroom: Emergency Assistance Plan
– Shore: Rescue Diver Skills 1 – 5
– Classroom: Log Dives

DAY 3 (9am – 3pm)
– Classroom: Emergency Assistance Plan
– Shore: Rescue Diver Skills 6 -10
– Classroom: Log Dives

DAY 4 (9am – 3pm)
– Shore or Boat: Rescue Diver Scenarios 1 & 2
– Classroom: Log Dives, Certifications, Celebration

All courses include instruction by PADI certified Instructors and Divemasters. All camps follow PADI course outlines. PADI is the Professional Association of Diving Instructors — the world’s largest scuba certification agency. Minimum 3 students. Maximum 6.




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