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Technical diving may not be for you, but if you think it is, get training before you go beyond the normal limits of scuba diving.  Technical diving can be done more safely, but it takes time, practice and training to make you that better diver. Technical dive training is definitely not for everyone for many reasons. It requires complete comfort in the water and with your gear.  Having good discipline and the ability to handle major task loading is also a must. Then there is the cost in time and commitment; it is significant. If you are interested in learning more advanced techniques and skills, contact us with your questions: Info@ScubaDiver.cc or 321-800-2590. TDI Training Facility 1001705 - Dayo Scuba - Orlando Scuba Dive Center - Florida
Training Facility 1001705
The World's Leading Technical Diving Training  Agency


We offer technical diver & instructor certifications from TDI, IANTD and NAUI Tec.  The information on this page pertains to TDI's standards.  > Prices > Instructor Classes

We can do your TDI technical training in sidemount configuration if you are comfortable and experienced with it.

Courses:  Introduction to Technical Diving    Advanced Nitrox   Decompression   Extended Range   Entry Level Trimix   Advanced Trimix   Nitrox Gas Blender   Advanced Gas Blender   Return to Home Page
 

We have internships or mentorship for all our technical classes. That means you can spend more time working through the different levels. Not just for 'locals'.  This method also means 'pay as you go', thus reducing up front costs for classes. Contact us for more information:  Info@ScubaDiver.cc

Introduction to Technical Diving*
The TDI Intro to Tech course is the perfect course for divers who have heard about technical diving and want to find out more about this exciting branch of advanced recreational diving. This course walks students through the special techniques, planning procedures and skills that set technical diving apart from traditional sport diving. It will show them how to improve their dive planning methods, in-water skills and streamline their existing gear configuration, in a non-threatening and fun learning environment. The specific skills this course will highlight are:
  • Advanced Buoyancy Control
  • Gas Management
  • Situational Awareness
  • Trim
  • Gear Configuration and Selection
  • Many More!
TDI’s Intro to Tech course is a useful stand-alone course for the diver who wants to become a more skilled, more proficient diver regardless of if he intends to move on to technical diving. The course may also be used as an introduction to the TDI Advanced Nitrox course and the TDI Decompression Procedures course. And finally, it is also a good refresher for certified technical divers who may want to refresh their skills or have them re-evaluated by a TDI technical instructor.

 1. Min age 15
    2. Nitrox Certified
    3. 25 logged dives
    4. DAN Insurance (or equivalent)
   
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Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.

Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use is available, but air fills and site fees are not included.

Advanced Nitrox *
This course examines the use of EAN 21 through 100% (oxygen) for optimal mixes to a depth of 130fsw/40msw. The object of this course is to train divers in the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for utilizing EAN 21 through 100% (oxygen) for dives not requiring staged decompression. (Decompression techniques may be combined with this course at the discretion of the instructor).  4 Dives (6 total if combined with deco)

Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Min age 15
    2. Nitrox Certified
    3. 25 logged dives
    4. DAN Insurance (or equivalent)
   
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Course Outline

Physics - Pressure review

Physiology
1 Hypoxia
2. Oxygen Toxicity
  a. Whole body (OTU's)
  b. Central Nervous System (CNS)
  3. Nitrogen Narcosis
  4. Nitrogen Absorption and Elimination
  5. Carbon Dioxide Toxicity
  6. Carbon Monoxide Toxicity

Formula Work
  1. Best mix computations
  2. Maximum Operating Depth of a mixture computations

Equipment Considerations
  1. Up to 40% oxygen content
  2. Above 40% oxygen content

Dive Tables
  1. Equivalent air depth with any table
  2. Computer generated tables

Dive Computers
  1. Mix adjustable
  2. 02 integrated

Dive Planning Operation Planning
  a. Gas requirements
  b. Oxygen limitations
  c. Nitrogen limitations

Common Mixing Procedures (demonstrate one method)
  1. Partial pressure blending
  2. Continuous blending
  3. Membrane separation system

Decompression
  1. EAN usage as a decompression gas i.e. 50/50, 80/20 etc.
  2. Oxygen for decompression
  3. Advantages / disadvantages of multiple gas switches

Required Equipment

1. TDI Decompression Procedures Student Manual.

2. TDI Decompression Procedures PowerPoint.

3. Alternative second stage octopus attached to a primary regulator

4. A submersible pressure gauge

5. Depth gauge

6. Automatic bottom timer and/or dive computer

7. Buoyancy Compensator with power inflator

8. Exposure suit adequate for the openwater environment

9. A deco tank - A Tank and Regulator properly labeled and cleaned as required for
    EAN mixtures

10. Access to oxygen analyzer (Instructor may supply)

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.

Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use (though available), air fills and site fees are not included for any courses except the open water or open water referral course.

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Decompression Procedures *
This course provides training and experience required to competently utilize air and Nitrox for dives up to forty five (45) msw/one hundred and fifty (150) fsw that requires staged decompression, utilizing Nitrox mixtures or oxygen during decompression. 

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Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Min age 18
    2. TDI Advanced Nitrox (or equivalent)
    3. 100 logged dives,
        of which twenty five (25) must be deeper than
        thirty (30) msw / one hundred (100) fsw.
    4. DAN Insurance (or equivalent)
   
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Course Outline

1. Overview of decompression “safety stops” compared to required stops.

2. Physics - Pressure review.

3. Physiology
  A. Mechanics of bubble formation.
  B. Advantages of hyperoxic mixes for decompression.
  C. Nitrogen Absorption and Elimination.
  D. Carbon Dioxide Toxicity.
  E. Ascent / Descent rates.
  F. Hyperthermia.
  G. Hypothermia.
  H. Psychological aspects
    I. Task loading.
    II. Stress.
    III. Panic.
    IV. Time Management.
    V. Equipment.

4. Decompression Options
  A. Air.
  B. Nitrox.
  C. Oxygen.

5. Equipment Considerations
  A. Twin cylinder or single cylinder option, valve options.
  B. Stage cylinder options.
  C. Regulator Options.
  D. Harness / BC options.
  E. Computer, depth gauge, bottom timer options.
  F. Ascent and navigation reels.
  G. Lift bags/surface marker buoys for drifting or free decompression.
  H. Jon-line or Garvin clips.
  I. Proper weighting and buoyancy control during dive phase and decompression.

6. Dive Tables vs. Computers
  A. Introduction and review of different models (Buhlmann, DCIEM, US Navy, etc).
  B. Proper use of electronic multi-level dive computers for dive planning and decompression
    I. Mix adjustable.
    II. 02 integrated.

7. Dive Planning
  A. Standard Operation
    I. Gas requirements.
    II. Oxygen limitations.
    III. Nitrogen limitations.
B. Emergency planning
  I. Omitted decompression.
  II. Decompression sickness.
  III. Equipment failure.

8. Procedures
  A. Primary and Decompression Gas
    I. Normal operations.
    II. Failure, loss or inadequate emergency procedures.
    III. Analysis and logging.
    IV. Safeguards on decompression supply regulators.
    V. Rigging and deployment of decompression gear.

  B. Descent
    I. Methods of entry, down lines or free decent.
    II. Organization of equipment carried on diver.

  C. Ascent
    I. Variable rates.
    II. Trim and compensation.

  D. Fixed or Drifting Decompression Methods
    I. Up-lines fixed to bottom.
    II. Reels and lift bags/surface marker buoys.
    III. Free drifting stages or boat supplied.
    IV. Self-contained versus surface supply / rendezvous gas cylinders.

  E. Support
    I. From shore.
    II. From descent line or fixed platform.
    III. From live-aboard boat.

Required Equipment

1. TDI Decompression Procedures Student Manual.

2. TDI Decompression Procedures PowerPoint.

3. Primary Cylinder(s). Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and
    student gas consumption.

4. Decompression Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for the planned dive and student gas
      consumption with submersible pressure gauge.
  B. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

5. Depth gauge and automatic bottom timer and/or dive computer.

6. Regulator(s)
  A. Primary and alternate 2nd stage required on all primary cylinders.
  B. Submersible pressure gauges are required on all primary cylinders.

7. Buoyancy Compensator(s) adequate for equipment configuration.

8. Jon-line and other rigging lines as dictated by site conditions.

9. Ascent Reel with Lift Bag /Surface Marker Buoy.
  A. Adequate for maximum planned depth.
  B. Minimum of eleven (11) kg / twenty five (25) lb lift bag.

10. Oxygen Analyzer (may be supplied by the Instructor).

11. Exposure Suit adequate for the open water environment.

12. Underwater Slate.

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.

Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use (though available), air fills and site fees are not included for any courses except the open water or open water referral course.

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Extended Range *
This course examines the theory, methods and procedures of planned stage decompression diving. The objective of this course is to train divers how to plan and conduct a standard staged decompression dive not exceeding a maximum depth** of 180fsw/55msw. The most common equipment requirements, gear set-ups, decompression techniques and decompression mixtures (including oxygen and nitrox) are presented.  Carrying travel stages, not just for decompression, is also a big part of the class. Introducing the use of normoxic (21+% O2) trimix will be an option on the deeper class dives.

Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Completion of Advanced Nitrox & Decompression (or equivalent)
    2. DAN Insurance (or equivalent)
   
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Course Outline

1. History of Deep Air Diving.

2. Physics
  A. Pressure Review.
  B. Formulas for solving dive planning problems, MOD, best mix, etc.

3. Physiology
  A. Hypoxia.
  B. Oxygen toxicity
    I. Whole body (OTUs).
    II. Central Nervous System.
  C. Nitrogen Narcosis.
  D. Nitrogen Absorption and Elimination.
  E. Carbon Dioxide Toxicity.
  F. Carbon Monoxide.
  G. Hyperthermia.
  H. Hypothermia.

4. Decompression Options
  A. Air.
B. Nitrox.
C. Oxygen.

5. Equipment Considerations
A. Twin cylinder or single cylinder option.
B. Stage cylinder options.
C. Regulator options.
D. Harness / BC options.
E. Computer / depth gauge / bottom timer options.
F. Ascent and navigation reels.
G. Lift Bags/surface marker buoys for drifting or free decompression.
H. Lights.
I. Redundant mask and knife.
J. Jon-line or Garvin clips.

6. Dive Tables
A. Introduction and review of different models (Buhlmann, DCIEM, U.S. Navy recommended).
B. Introduction to computer generated tables.

7. Dive planning
  A. Operation Planning
    I. Support.
    II. Teams.
  B. Team planning
    I. Gas requirements.
    II. Oxygen limitations.
    III. Nitrogen limitations.
  C. Emergency Planning
    I. Omitted decompression.
    II. Oxygen toxicity.
    III. Decompression sickness.
    IV. General.

8. Procedures
  A. Bottom, Travel and Decompression Gas.
    I. Normal Operations.
    II. Failure, loss or inadequate emergency procedures.
    III. Analysis and logging.
  B. Descent
    I. Methods of entry, down lines or free descent.
    II. Recognizing narcosis.
    III. Breathing.
    IV. Organization of equipment carried on diver.
  C. Ascent
    I. Variable rates.
    II. Trim and compensation.
  D. Support.
  E. Navigation
    I. From shore.
    II. From descent Line.
    III. From live-a-board vessel.

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Required Equipment

1. TDI Extended Range Diver Manual.

2. Recommended additional reading: Deep Diving; An Advanced Guide to
    Physiology, Procedures and Systems, Revised 2nd edition 1995, by Bret Gilliam

3. Bottom Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption.
  B. Dual outlet valve, double manifold or independent doubles.
  C. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

4. Travel Mix Cylinder(s) if used
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption.
  B. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

5. Decompression Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption.
  B. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

6. Regulator(s)
  A. Primary and primary redundant required on all bottom mix cylinders.
  B. Submersible pressure gauges are required on all primary / bottom mix cylinder(s).
  C. A contingency use long hose second stage should be designated and
      appropriately rigged to facilitate air sharing at depth if necessary.

7. Buoyancy Compensator(s) adequate for equipment configuration.

8. Redundant Depth and Timing Devices.

9. Air decompression computers allowed for use as depth and timing devices.

10. Redundant Light System if needed for site conditions.

11. Jon-line and other rigging lines as dictated by site conditions.

12. Ascent Reel with Lift Bag/Surface Marker Buoy
  A. Adequate for maximum planned depth.
  B. Minimum of eleven (11) kg / twenty five (25) lb. lift bag/surface marker buoy.

13. Exposure Suit adequate for the open water environment.

14. Two (2) Line Cutting Devices.

15. Underwater Slate (for decompression/contingency tables).

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.

Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use (though available), air fills and site fees are not included for any courses except the open water or open water referral course.


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Why Trimix and why should I use it?

Entry to Trimix  *
 This course provides the training required to competently and safely utilize breathing gasses containing helium for dives that require staged decompression, utilizing nitrox and/or oxygen mixtures during decompression to a maximum depth of 200fsw/60msw.

This is a technical dive course. If interested in recreational use, click here.

Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Completion of Advanced Nitrox & Decompression (or equivalent)
    2. DAN Insurance (or equivalent)
   
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Course Outline

1. Physics - Pressure review.

2. Physiology
  A. Hypoxia.
  B. Oxygen toxicity.
    I. Whole Body (OTU5).
    II. Central Nervous System (CNS).
  C. Nitrogen Narcosis.
  D. Nitrogen and Helium absorption and elimination.
  E. Carbon Dioxide Toxicity.
  F. Carbon Monoxide Toxicity.
  G. Helium
    I. HPNS.
    II. Effects on respiration
    III. Effects as an insulator.
  H. Counter Diffusion.
  I. Hyperthermia.
  J. Hypothermia.

3. Decompression Options
  I. Air.
  II. Nitrox.
  III. Helium.

4. Equipment Considerations
  A. Cylinder options.
  B. Stage cylinders options.
  C. Suit inflation options.
  D. Regulator options.
  E. Harness / BC options.
  F. Computer / depth gauge / bottom timer options.
  G. Ascent and navigation reels.
  H. Lift bags/surface marker buoys.
  I. Lights.
  J. Redundant mask and knife.
  K. Jon-line.

5. Dive Tables
  A. Computer generated tables.
  B. DCIEM Heliox Tables and I or other published tables.

6. Dive Planning
  A. Operational Planning
    I. Support.
    II. Teams.
  B. Team Planning
    I. Gas requirements.
    II. Oxygen limitations.
    III. Inert gas limitations.
  C. Emergency Planning
    I. Omitted decompression.
    II. Oxygen toxicity.
    III. Analysis and logging.
    IV. General.

7. Procedures - Bottom, Travel and Decompression Gas
    A. Normal operations.
    B. Failure, loss or inadequate emergency procedures.
    C. Analysis and logging.

Required Equipment

1. TDI Trimix Manual.

2. Bottom Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate to complete all planned decompression on bottom mix.
  B. Dual outlet valve, double manifold or independent doubles.
  C. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

3. Decompression Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume should contain a minimum of 1.5 times the
      gas required for the planned decompression.
  B. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

4. Suit Inflation Cylinder (required for dry suit divers only).

5. Regulators
  A. Primary and primary redundant required on all bottom mix cylinder(s).
  B. Submersible pressure gauges are required on all primary / bottom mix cylinders.
  C. A contingency use long hose second stage should be designated
      and appropriately rigged to facilitate air sharing at depth if necessary.
  D. It is strongly recommended that three (3) required regulators be all DIN or all yoke.

6. Buoyancy Compensator(s) adequate for equipment configuration.

7. Redundant Depth and Timing Devices.

8. Air decompression computers allowed for use as depth and timing devices.

9. Redundant Light System if required by site.

10. Ascent Reel with Lift Bag/Surface Marker Buoy
  A. Adequate for maximum planned depth.
  B. Minimum of twenty three (23) kg / fifty (50) lb. lift bag
      (a dump valve highly recommended).

11. Exposure suit adequate for the open water environment.

12. Line Cutting Device.

13. Underwater Slate (for decompression / contingency tables).

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.

Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use (though available), air fills and site fees are not included for any courses except the open water or open water referral course.


Advanced Level Trimix *      Why Trimix and why should I use it?
This course provides the training required to completely and safely utilize breathing gasses containing helium for dives that require staged decompression, utilizing nitrox and/or oxygen mixtures during decompression to a maximum depth of 300fsw/100msw.

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Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Min age 18
    2. TDI Advanced Nitrox, Decompression (or equivalent)
        Plus either Extended Range or Intro Trimix (or equivalent)
    3. DAN Insurance (or equivalent)
   
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Course Outline

1. Physics - Pressure review.

2. Physiology
  A. Hypoxia.
  B. Oxygen toxicity
    I. Whole Body (OTUs).
    II. Central Nervous System (CNS).
  C. Nitrogen Narcosis.
  D. Nitrogen and Helium absorption and elimination.
  E. Carbon Dioxide Toxicity.
  F. Carbon Monoxide Toxicity.
  G. Helium
    I. HPNS.
    II. Effects on respiration.
    III. Effects as an insulator.
  H. Counter Diffusion.
  I. Hyperthermia.
  J. Hypothermia.

3. Decompression Options
  A. Air.
  B. Nitrox.
  C. Helium.

4. Equipment Considerations
  A. Cylinder options.
  B. Stage cylinders options.
  C. Suit inflation options.
  D. Regulator options.
  E. Harness / BC options.
  F. Computer / depth gauge bottom timer options.
  G. Ascent and navigation reels.
  H. Lift bags/surface marker buoys.
  I. Lights.
  J. Redundant mask and knife.
  K. Jon-line.

5. Dive Tables
  A. Computer generated tables.
  B. DCIEM Heliox Tables and / or other published tables.

6. Dive Planning
  A. Operational Planning
    I. Support.
    II. Teams.
  B. Team Planning
    I. Gas requirements.
    II. Oxygen limitations.
    III. Inert gas limitations.
  C. Emergency Planning
    I. Omitted decompression.
    II. Oxygen toxicity.
    III. Analysis and logging.
    IV. General.

7. Procedures - Bottom, Travel and Decompression Gas
    A. Normal operations.
    B. Failure, loss or inadequate emergency procedures.
    C. Analysis and logging.

Required Equipment

1. TDI Trimix Manual.

2. Bottom Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption.
  B. Dual outlet valve, double manifold or independent doubles.
  C. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

3. Travel Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption.
  B. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

4. Decompression Mix Cylinder(s)
  A. Cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption.
  B. Labeled in accordance with TDI Standards.

5. Suit Inflation Cylinder (required for dry suit divers only).

6. Regulators
  A. Primary and primary redundant required on all bottom mix cylinder(s).
  B. Submersible pressure gauges are required on all primary bottom mix cylinders.
  C. A contingency use long hose second stage should be designated
      and appropriately rigged to facilitate air sharing at depth if necessary.
  D. It is strongly recommended that all four (4) required regulators be DIN
      or all four (4) regulators be yoke.

7. Buoyancy Compensator(s) adequate for equipment configuration.

8. Redundant Depth and Timing Devices. Air decompression computers
    allowed for use as depth and timing devices.

9. Redundant Light System if required by site.

10. Ascent Reel with Lift Bag/Surface Marker Buoy
  A. Adequate for maximum planned depth.
  B. Minimum of twenty three (23) kg / fifty (50) lb. lift bag
      (a dump valve highly recommended).

11. Exposure suit adequate for the open water environment.

12. Line Cutting Device.

13. Underwater Slate (for decompression / contingency tables).

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.

Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use (though available), air fills and site fees are not included for any courses except the open water or open water referral course.


Nitrox Gas Blender

This course provides the training required to allow candidates to competently and safely blend Nitrox gas. The objective of this course is to train candidates in the proper techniques, equipment requirements and hazards involved in blending Nitrox gases for scuba.

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Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Min age 18

Course Outline

1. The responsibility of the Gas Blender

2. Gases of Diving
    a. Air
    b. Oxygen
    c. Nitrogen

3. Oxygen Handling
    a. Oxygen hazards
    b. Causes and prevention of oxygen fire
    c. Oxygen system design
    d. Local regulations for gas blending and handling

4. Gas Production Equipment
    a. Compressors
    b. Cylinders
    c. Filtration systems
    d. Gauges

5. Mixing Techniques
    a. General considerations
    b. Continuous blending systems
    c. De-nitrogenated air systems
    d. Pre-mix systems
    e. Partial pressure blending

6. Oxygen analysis
    a. Procedures
    b. Oxygen analyzers

7. Cylinder Handling and Sign Out

Required Equipment

    TDI Nitrox Gas Blender Manual

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.


Advanced Gas Blender

This course enables the successful candidate to engage in the preparation of high quality scuba gases. The objective of this course is to train candidates in the proper procedures needed for the preparation and blending of high quality gases.

Student Pre-Requisites

    1. Min age 18
    2. Have a minimum certification of Nitrox Diver
    3. Show proof of certification of TDI Nitrox Gas Blender

Course Outline

1. The responsibility of the Gas Blender

2. Gases of Diving
    a. Oxygen
    b. Nitrogen
    c. Helium
    d. Other Gases

3. Oxygen Handling
    a. Oxygen hazards
    b. Causes and prevention of oxygen fire
    c. Oxygen system design
    d. Local regulations for gas blending and handling
    e. Oxygen compatible systems components

4. Gas Production Equipment
    a. Compressors
    b. Cylinders
    c. Filtration systems
    d. Gauges

5. Mixing Techniques
    a. General considerations
    b. Continuous blending systems
    c. Membrane separation systems
    d. Pre-mix systems
    e. Partial pressure blending
        I.     Mathematics of partial pressure
        II.    Mixing by weight (optional)

6. Oxygen analysis
    a. Procedures
    b. Oxygen analyzers

7. Cylinder Handling and Sign Out

Required Equipment

    TDI Advanced Gas Blender Manual

Included

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.


*
Technical classes are done with double, back mounted tanks.  It is recommended that you own all your own gear, like regulators, backplate, harness and wings (or tech BCD), but tanks can be rented. Other required gear is a reel with at least 200 feet of line, a 50+ lb lift bag, and a 7 foot hose on one of your regulators. A deco bottle, at least 30 cuft in size, Oxygen cleaned for 100% is also required, but like the double tanks, it can be rented.

** All Technical classes using air or nitrox will be limited to 45msw/150fsw. This depth rating does not apply to the Trimix Course.

Forms:      Medical  |  Liability   |  Registration  |  Physician 

Course manuals, certification cards/forms are included in all our courses.  Not included is food, lodging and transportation.  Gear use, air fills and site fees are not included for any technical courses, however gear is available for rental.

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