Scuba divers describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the most challenging, yet most rewarding course they’ve ever taken. Why? Because you learn to prevent and manage problems in the water, and become more confident in your skills as a diver, knowing that you can help others if needed. This course is NOT ABOUT strenuous swimming in laps or against a strong current and pulling divers out from the sea on to the shore or boat. It is a realistic course that creates thinking divers – divers that will be able to spot potential problems and mitigate them so a rescue scenario will not be necessary. The rescue scenario is just a preparation for the worst-case scenario. Prevention is always better than a rescue.

During the course, you learn to become a better buddy by practicing problem-solving skills until they become your second nature. Plus, the course is just fun – it’s serious, but still allows for lots of laughter in between the focused learning.

No big class ratio, long tiring trips in uncomfortable vehicles only ending up in some inferior accommodations. All courses are conducted by our in-house PADI Instructors.

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who should take this course up

This course is highly recommended for any scuba divers who take diving seriously and understand the best way to prevent any incidents from happening is to have more knowledge, anticipate a problem and eliminate it from happening completely. Most certified PADI Rescue Divers will tell you the same story, after completing the course, they look at scuba diving very differently and is always on a constant lookout for potential problems. They understand the importance of a buddy check and diving well within their limits.


HOW : Before signing up for any PADI Scuba Diving courses, each participant would have to declare that they are relatively fit and does not require medical clearance. To understand what is needed, please download the medical form.

WHAT : You will need to have received Basic training certification from any other diving agencies as well.

NOTE : If you have not been diving for more than 6 months, a scuba refresher prior to any in-water activities is recommended.


HOWIt is recommended that you sign up 2 weeks prior to the commencement of class. This will allow you to collect the manual and finish reading and completing the Knowledge Developments.

WHATOur instructor will go through the completed knowledge reviews during the weekend in Bali.

WHEN : There is no actual class for this level of course. All theory development will be done on site during your Bali trip.


HOW : Prepare yourself for the pool training by completing watching the videos provided prior to the actual pool training. This will prepare you mentally on what will happening during the pool training.

WHAT : We will be covering the required 13 skills for PADI Rescue Diver Course

WHEN : Pool training for PADI Rescue Course Bali Packages are conducted in Bali during your 4D/3N stay.


HOW : You will be required to redo all the skills taught to you during your confined water training in the ocean. This is to ensure that you have fully understood all the required rescue diving skills.

WHAT : After successfully demonstrating your competency in all the skills, you will need to complete two rescue scenarios.

WHEN : The skills evaluation and the required 2 rescue scenarios will be conducted over a minimum of 3 dives over the weekend.


FEES : SGD 990.00


– 4 Days 3 Nights Accommodation in Puri Madha (Twin Sharing)
– Friday and Saturday Lunches and Beverages
– Friday to Sunday Breakfast
– All training equipment, PADI Rescue Diver Manual and certification cost
– Confined Water Training
– Instructor Fees
– 3 to 5 Standard Required Dives



For just an additional SGD$ 48.00 (instead of AUD$ 220.00), you can now enjoy all the benefits of learning at your own pace.

This promotion is only applicable when you sign up for the entire course with us.


1720hrs : Departure from Singapore via KLM
2000hrs : Arrival in Bali, Transfer to Puri Madha Tulamben Resort

0700hrs : Breakfast
0800hrs : Confined Water Training (For Diver Enrolled in the Optional Module)
1200hrs : Lunch
1330hrs : Dive 1 & 2
1830hrs : Night Div
1930hrs : Dinner (Not Included in Package) / Overnight in Puri Madha Tulamben Resort

0800hrs : Breakfast
0930hrs : Dive 1
1200hrs : Lunch
1330hrs : Dive 2
1730hrs : Dive 3 (For Diver Enrolled in the Optional Module) 
1830hrs : Dinner (Not Included in Package)/ Overnight in Puri Madha Tulamben Resort

Free and Easy
1200hrs : Check Out / Transfers to Denpasar Airport

For those who wish to tour Bali, we can arrange an additional private transfers for you and your friends.




Prompt response: From initial enquiry to travel arrangement to PADI course details, Orpheus Dive has never failed to reply timely, even exceeding expectations!

Hassle-free & flexible to needs: Additional pool sessions requested for were arranged according to our schedules, all we had to do was to make payment. All other logistics arrangements were settled by Orpheus Dive, including the actual trip for PADI training and certification.

Patient & professional dive instructors: Had Lester, Hamish & Darwin train our group and they were very extremely professional in teaching the required skills. Special shout-out to Darwin who has been most patient, most encouraging, most kind to help learners overcome fears and anxiety. He even went the extra mile to take underwater photos and videos to serve as a motivational tool and of course, those were most helpful in the post-dive review sessions. Outstanding service through and through!

Chi Ing

You teach with passion, you are very focus and analytic. You corrected my problems during the lesson. You took time to explain every single drills, you added new stuff to make the training fun. You go through again to make sure I understand. I think you are not just a instructor , but an amazing Teacher.

I want to say thank you to especially Michael & Darwin for tonight lesson.

Alan Fong

From zero to a certified advanced open water diver over one weekend, it would not be possible with the guidance from Michael and Nicholas, really, thank you very much for your help for this trip!

Lynn Pang

My sister and I have just recently completed our open water course with Orpheus. The class that we were in had a small ratio of 1 instructor to 3 students and our instructor, Nicholas Chow, was awesome! He was very patient throughout and ensured that each of us was able to carry out a specified task before moving onto next. I was also experiencing seasickness on the first day of the dive and Nicholas was quick to pass me ointments/seasick pills plus shared with me some very helpful tips on overcoming seasickness/equalization problems. Overall, I had a very enjoyable experience and felt safe throughout the course ( I would highly recommend Orpheus to everyone – thanks Orpheus!

Jocelyn Yeo


I have an Advanced Certification from other agencies. Can I join the PADI Rescue Diver Course?

Yes, it does not matter if your advanced training certification is from SSI, SDI, NAUI, BSAC or CEMAS. You are more than welcome to join us for the weekend diving in Bali and complete your PADI Rescue Diver certification with us.


Can I carry on my training if I have done part of my PADI Rescue Diver Course

Yes, you can. As long as the PADI Rescue Diver Course Referral paperwork is in order, we will be able to finish the training for you as long as it is within the last 12 months.


I am already certified in First Aid and CPR Training. Do I need to redo it with Emergency First Response?

Not necessary. As long as your certification is current (within the last 24 months at the point of completing your PADI Rescue Diver Course), you do not need to re-attend the Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care Course.


I have prior military training in First Aid and CPR Training. Is that accepted?

Not necessary. As long as your first aid and CPR certification is current (within the last 24 months at the point of completing your PADI Rescue Diver Course).

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