Have you ever looked around the dive boat or inland dive centre and wondered what the lads and ladies with all the cylinders and other shiny stuff draped over where up to?
Then perhaps you would like to go into the supposedly dark world of technical diving!
Want to take the those first steps in to Technical Diving?
Introduction To Technical Diving
This course walks you through the special techniques, planning procedures and skills that set technical diving apart from traditional sport diving.
It will show you how to improve your dive planning methods, in water skills and streamline your existing gear configuration, in a relaxed and fun learning environment.
The course takes 1 to 2 days here at Wraysbury Dive Centre. Manual, equipment and certification are included in the course fee.
Course fee £250
Interested in magic breathy gases?
The Advanced Nitrox Course introduces the use of enriched air mixes of up to 100% oxygen for extending bottom times. This course takes you further than other training agencies equivalent level and covers dive planning i.e. gas requirements, oxygen and nitrogen limitiations, dive physics and physiology, also dedicated equipment needed for mixes over 40% and common mixing procedures. The course takes place here at Wraysbury Dive Centre over 2/3 days.
Any equipment you don’t have we provide for the course. The training materials and certification fee are also included.
Course Fee £300
To continue your technical education your next step is the Decompression Procedures Course. This can be done as a stand-alone course or intergrated with the Advanced Nitrox Course.
The Trimix Diver Course consists of two levels, Trimix Diver Level I and Trimix Diver Level II. These courses will give you the skills and knowledge needed to minimize the risks of utilizing helium-based Trimix breathing gas mixes for dives to a maximum depth 70 m requiring stage decompression and utilizing EANx mixtures and/or oxygen during decompression.
Your Trimix Level I instructor will teach you to plan and execute technical dives that require stage decompression and utilize helium-based tri-mix breathing gas mixtures and EANx and/or oxygen for stage decompression to depths above 60 msw. In your Tri-mix Level II course, you will learn how to safely extend your diving depths down to no greater than 70 msw.
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