DAN Courses
The DAN is an international non-profit organization that since 1983, assists the diver in difficulty and leads scientific research to make diving more safe.
The International DAN (IDAN) includes five independent organizations, one for each continent. The network provides a DAN doctor specialist emergency service anywhere in the world.
When you subscribe to the DAN, become part’s of world’s largest organization of care - underwater. An international network that is beside you wherever you go. Over 180 DAN doctors, the best specialists in their own countries, are at your disposal 24 hours 24 to assist in case of need. More than 16.000 emergency calls are hundreds DAN selected for safety and reliability. Scientists and researchers from prestigious universities, working with DAN to make your dive more safely. Part of the fee they pay to subscribe, support the research activities of the DAN. An international network of divers lawyers are ready to give advice and to defend yourself. The insurance coverage you have, are the best on the market. More than 400,000 are enrolled in DAN divers
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Who is DAN?
DAN helps divers in difficulty, 24h/24, anywhere in the world, with its central medical emergency. DAN promotes the safety of diving through Research, Education, Products and Services.
Mission and Vision of the DAN
The course is designed to train and educate the  general diving public in the techniques of using oxygen as first aid for a suspected dive injury. In addition, this course will introduce novice divers to the fundamentals of recognising diving injury signs and symptoms, response and management. This program also provides an excellent opportunity for experienced divers and instructors to continue their education. The DAN Oxygen Provider course is not designed to train lay persons to provide oxygen to the general public. While the medical standards and equipment are the same regarding the emergency use of oxygen for both divers and non-divers, the DAN Oxygen Provider course does not prepare individuals to respond to the ill or injured member of the general public by using emergency oxygen.  
The DAN Advanced Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries ("DAN Advanced Oxygen Provider") programme is designed to teach the skills and knowledge needed to supplement Basic Life Support (BLS) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) skills with resuscitation techniques to assist any diver who is not breathing. The course is divided into two parts: The use of the Manual Triggered Ventilator (MTV, also known as Resuscitation valve) and the use of the Bag Valve Mask (BVM). According to local laws and regulations, providers will be trained in the use of the MTV only or in the use of both MTV and BVM.
The objective of the MO2R Training Module is to train and educate DAN Oxygen Providers in the techniques of using a MO2R System as first aid for a suspected ive injury. Certified MO2R Providers will be able to: •Determine when it is appropriate to deploy the MO2R unit; •Set up the system; •Use the system with a DAN Oxygen Unit to provide oxygen first aid to a conscious, breathing, injured diver.
IDive Diving Center Makadi Bay, Hurghada Red sea Egypt
DAN Courses
The objective of this course is to train and educate the public in the techniques of using oxygen, as first aid for a suspected submersion incident (near drowning).
The Basic Life Support course, represents entry-level training designed to educate persons in providing Basic Life Support techniques to adult victims with life threatening injuries, while activating the local medical services. The DAN Basic Life Support provider ("DAN BLS Provider") programme is designed to teach the knowledge and skills needed to provide Basic Life Support (BLS) to adult victims. BLS consists out of several First Aid techniques that support (or might restore) life. At the end of the course the DAN BLS provider will be able to recognise an emergency, activate the EMS and provide early BLS, while waiting for an AED or Advanced Life support to arrive at the scene of the accident. Early Access to the EMS and early BLS are 2 of the 4 links in the chain of survival.
The objectives of this course are to train and educate the general diving public and interested non-divers in the first aid techniques for a suspected hazardous marine life injury. In addition, this course will introduce divers to the identification of potentially hazardous marine life and how to avoid hazardous marine life injuries. This program also provides an excellent opportunity for experienced divers and instructors to continue their education.
This course is designed to train and educate the general diving (and qualified non-diving) public in the techniques of using an automated External Defibrillator (AED) for victims of a cardiac arrest. In addition, this course also reviews first aid (and CPR) procedures using Basic Life Support techniques. This program also provides an excellent opportunity for experienced divers and instructors to continue their education
The DAN On-Site Neurological Assessment for Divers Provider (“DAN On- Site Neuro Provider”) program is designed to: •Refresh the knowledge of the warning signs of a dive emergency •Identify when it is appropriate to conduct an on-site.
Diving Center Makadi Bay, Marsa Alam, Zanzibar, Puerto Galera