Training programs

DAN Training courses teach the first aid steps to care for an injured person and interact with medical professionals.

Medical Oxygen Rebreather

The course DAN Medical Oxygen Rebreather (MO2R) is an advanced training module designed to educate DAN Oxygen Providers to identify and recognise divers' injuries for whom DAN Medical Oxygen Rebreather system is an effective method to provide emergency Oxygen.

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Oxygen First Aid for Aquatic Emergencies

The course DAN Oxygen First Aid for Acquatic Emergencies is studied to teach Emergency Oxygen First Aid in case of non diving related acquatic accident.

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Dive Medicine Divers
Dive Medicine for Divers

The course Dive Medicine for Divers is designed for all those who want to learn more about diving physiology and safety.

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Basic Life Support

The DAN Basic Life Support (BLS) course trains you to assist an adult victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest or life-threatening injuries by correctly applying Basic Life Support techniques.

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Paediatric Basic Life Support

The DAN Paediatric Basic Life Support (PBLS) course represents an integration of the DAN Basic Life Support (Adult) course. This programme is designed to teach you the skills necessary to manage Cardiac Arrest and Foreign Body Airway Obstruction of paediatric victims.

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Diver Medical Technician

This course is essentially aimed at commercial divers. Diver Medical Technicians (DMTs) serve as the critical first step in the dive medicine chain, caring for injured divers on the scene and acting as tenders in the hyperbaric chamber. Many of the participants in these programs are diving safety officers with dive teams or tenders associated with hyperbaric chambers, but many of them are also dive professionals interested in advancing their knowledge of dive medicine so they can better tend to the divers in their care.

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Diving Emergency Specialist

How to apply Instructors and Trainers. DAN's recognition program for divers who are interested in dive safety.

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