This course is designed to meet the needs of certified divers looking to advance their diver level training and equipment configurations by learning to dive a rebreather. As part of the course you will learn about the history and development of CCR diving both in general and on the specific unit on which you are training.  You will also learn how to plan your dive to stay within your certification limits. Correct pre dive set up and checks for the unit you are training are an essential part of the course for new rebreather divers.

As part of the course you will learn in water skills including; use of BCD/dry suit and effective management of loop breathing volume for buoyancy control, loop volume management, electronic system monitoring for partial pressure of oxygen levels (set point) and switching set points and the use of lift bag, or surface marker buoy and reel, where appropriate. Post dive you will learn how to disassemble and clean your unit

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  • The TDI Air Diluent CCR course costs €1550 and includes seven open water dives. The course can be completed in five days and is open to any diver holding the required prerequisites.