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React Right

What if someone gets injured? Or somebody has a heart attack? What do I do? React Right is emergency training for scuba divers. Basic first aid, CPR, AED, and oxygen administration are crucial skills when lives are on the line.

This emergency training course consists of the following components:

Primary assessment and First Aid primary stabilization techniques
CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
AED (automated external defibrillation)
Oxygen administration in dive emergencies

This course does not require any in-water sessions!

How It Works

This course starts with e-Learning. You learn about first aid, CPR, AED, and O2 administration. Your instructor then conducts the practical exercises where you practice saving the life of our dummy.


Plan to spend some time on e-Learning, usually 6-8 hours, and take the final exam online. We can complete the practical portion in one day. Since this is not a diving course we can schedule it for evenings or anytime that fits your schedule.

What to Bring

We recommend that all React Right students have their own pocket mask, although we do have spares for training. Also, we suggest bringing pencils and paper for note-taking and a bottle of water.

Special Considerations

React Right Certification

Upon completion of all academic, practical requirements, and the final exam, your instructor issues the React Right certification card. This is a prerequisite for Master Diver and all professional programs. Refresh your React Right certifications every 24 months.

 $199; combine with Diver Stress and Rescue for only $750

* Gratuity for the captain and crew is voluntary, but if you have a great time on your dives, it is customary to tip 10-20%.

Courses must be booked over the phone: call now at 808-232-3193.