Medical Trained

Training in first aid and reanimation

Safety is important in diving. That is inculcated by every instructor. But unfortunately an accident can happen very quickly. Therefore it is important that as many people as possible are able to give first aid. The IDD Medical Trained course is suitable for everyone who wants to be able to offer first aid. Both in the water and on land. At home, at the office or while diving. The course is also suitable as part of the BHV & ARBO code 95 company first aid. If you are interested in the course, check with your employer. They will undoubtedly be pleased if you want to do this.

This course is also required for anyone wishing to take the Rescue Diver course and/or Open Water Instructor course.

What we are going to do

During the training extensive attention is also paid to avoiding accidents, because 'prevention is better than cure'.

We are going to transfer knowledge in the following areas:

  • Knowledge of the human body
  • First aid and resuscitation
  • Fractures and contusions
  • Secondary research and transport techniques
  • Poisonings up to and including Hypothermia
  • Eye injuries up to and including bandages

What you need

  • Minimum age 12 years
  • No diving license necessary

Brevet

After your training you will be able to give first aid. You will receive the Medical Trained certificate. This certificate is valid for 2 years.

This certification is always good to have. Even if you never dive again.

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