The PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Course prepares scuba divers, and non-divers to respond with confidence and experience to any situation where administering pure O2 would be beneficial. Emergency kits are standard safety equipment for all reputable dive centers, resorts, and on their scuba boats.
Administering it as a treatment to a diver in need could be the best chance of a positive outcome. However, would you know how to recognize illnesses that require oxygenation; and could you provide enough to oxygenate your dive buddy in the unlikely event of a scuba diving accident?
Number of Days 
Number of Dives 
Minimum age 
✔ Personalised tuition from PADI Oxygen Provider Instructor
✔ Scuba diving accident response and scenario role play
✔ PADI Oxygen Provider Certification Card and Oxygen Specialty Manual
More Specialties |> Deep |> Wreck |> Nitrox |> Navigation |> Night |> Photography |> Buoyancy |> Drift |> Scooter |> Drysuit
Oxygen provider students learn valuable skills and knowledge that is the foundation for other medical training programs, such as the Emergency First Response® Primary (CPR) and Secondary (first aid), Care for Children, Automated External Defibrillator Use (AED), and the PADI Rescue Diver Course.
Despite being suited for divers this course has no prerequisites and does not include scuba submersions. This means it is equally applicable to those who are around divers such as boat crew, non-diving buddies, lifeguards, and shore staff.
You do not need any previous CPR or first aid training to enrol in this course.