Becoming a rebreather diver is for many divers what they aspire to. Rebreather divers are able to reach greater depths and to stay for longer to more enjoy their diving. For some divers technical diving is about exploration, finding things that other people have not seen, for other divers it is about reaching places few other divers get to. It is a great thrill to think that you are seeing somewhere or something that few other divers have ever seen. However, it is important to recognise that whilst rebreather diving does have risks it is possible to minimise these risks through careful and appropriate training and planning.
SSI’s CCR Diving course provides you with the knowledge and experience required to independently plan and conduct non-decompression dives to a maximum depth of 30 metres using air diluent. This CCR entry-level program introduces you to the theory and practice of rebreather operation and diving both in general and on the specific CCR unit. The skills and techniques required to safely operate the rebreather unit are practiced both in confined and open water.
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- The SSI CCR Diving course costs €1500 and includes seven open water dives. The course can be completed in five days and is open to any diver holding the required prerequisites.