We’ve been busy here at Oceanic Quest, certifying new divers! Our Sasja Tarrant has recently put three new divers – including our own Jason – through the PADI Rescue Diver
course! Congratulations everyone on finishing this difficult program – we’re proud of you!
If you’re thinking about taking the step up towards becoming a:
then we recommend the PADI Rescue Diver course
. This is a great course for friends, family and couples, as you learn how to help each other in extreme situations. Through the course you will work intensively with your buddy, going over recovery methods and techniques to bring them to safety.
Please note that the Rescue Diver course has several prerequisites.
You must be:We offer a combo package of EFR and Rescue together
, and we can create a custom package for your current skills, training and available time on request
Congrats to all of the teachers from Wasan Vocational School for completing their Emergency First Response (EFR) license. The instructors enjoyed teaching all of you. So much fun, couldn’t stop laughing… Remember to STOP, THINK & ACT.
Introduction to the course
EFR students practicing on how to do a back blow
Instructor Sha teaching the proper way of giving CPR
CPR begins.. Chest compression
Special thanks to all participants of Project Aware – Dive Against Debris.
Two dive sites in Brunei were selected for this activity. These volunteers are protecting marine wildlife by removing marine debris and gathering data that leads to changes. A total of 16.8 kg of debris were removed from the ocean. These debris are also the cause of death to marine animal and seabird due to eating or getting entangled. Large items such as nets rubbing against reefs and fishing nets/line cut into corals, sponges and anemones. More conservation activities are coming up!
Volunteered divers are getting ready
A Master Scuba Diver participating in this project. Looking for debris and spotting nudibranch in the same time.
Diver carefully removing fishing hooks and lines.
Divers with mesh bag full of debris.
Volunteer Divers in Action.
Sort, segregate, record, weigh and report debris collected to Project Aware.