Emergency First Response (EFR)

Emergency First Response (EFR) is an international organization of first aids depending on PADI, but just focused in the development, teaching and trainining of rescue cares. Its courses where made up to increase the confience of the students in case they need to assist in any emergency situation, YOU DON’T NEED TO BE A DIVER TO STUDY THIS COURSE. But the course is a credit requiered to join the Rescue Diver Course. Emergency First Response teach the cares below described: – Primary Cares: Incluided CPR, how to care serious bleeding, shock tratment, spinal injuries and any kind of theats that could put in … Continue reading Emergency First Response (EFR)

Rescue Diver Course

Rescue Diver course is the last recreational level requiered to become a diving professional. Is one the most demanding courses, but also we could considere it as one of the most beautiful and important ones. Why? Because in this course we start to focused, not just in our safety, but in SAFETY OF OTHERS DIVERS. We learn how to save the life of ANOTHER PERSON in the water, but before that we need to learn how to do it at the surface. For that is a requirement to have a course of first aids which must contain training on CPR, and … Continue reading Rescue Diver Course

PADI Touch and eLearning

As soon as travellers staying for only a few days in the same place wanted to get their diving license, PADI divided the education into small pieces in order to offer more flexible training schedules. Now all the courses can be completed in one (DSD), two (SD) and three/four (OWD) days. Unfortunately for students with little time the diving course occupied almost the whole day: Doing the Confined and Open Water Dives with the instructor and, back at the hotel, reading manuals and watching videos to complete the theory. Now PADI created new online tools with which it is possible … Continue reading PADI Touch and eLearning


Imagine that after a long journey in India, enjoying delicious Masala dishes, curries and Chai Tea, it is possible that you long for a more familiar meal. Walking through New Delhi you recognise the logo of a famous international restaurant chain and your favourite dish tastes exactly like it does back at home. This is because they use cooking STANDARDS that make sure their dishes taste exactly the same all over the world. In diving we use a similar system: PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) PADI is an international organisation that doesn’t prepare food, but trains divers and its … Continue reading Referral