Deep into the February PADI IDC: EFRi & Rescue Training

Posted February 18th in Diving Internships

We’re now deep into the February PADI IDC here on Koh Tao, Thailand.

With the PADI Instructor Examination looming just around the corner, today PADI Course Director Julian ran a rescue training and Emergency First Response Instructor (EFRi) training session for the candidates. Tom and Alex who are due to join the March IDC also joined in to brush up on their rescue skills.

Here are a few images from the session:

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