TDI Training

 


UPDATE: Our  technical diver training and activities have always focused on small groups and teams based on the concept of sound education drawn out of practice and experience. Unfortunately we are not able to offer any TDI courses for the remaining part of 2014. The following information is for guidance only and a selection of the courses we have been conducting over the past 15 years. Should you wish TDI training, you can contact us by email and we will guide you to an instructor. 



BASIC NITROX

TDI Nitrox course is an entry level course for divers wishing to utilize enriched air nitrox as a breathing gas. Little else has impacted recreational diving more than the introduction of nitrox, allowing more time underwater. During this course, you will learn the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for diving with EAN 22 to EAN 40.

Prerequisites: Open Water Diver or Equivalent.

 

ADVANCED NITROX

The TDI Advanced Nitrox Course qualifies divers to use enriched air nitrox from EAN 21 through EAN 100 within your current certification level to a maximum depth of 40 metres/130 feet during dives hat do not require staged decompression. Often taught in conjunction with the TDI Decompression Procedures course, this can be considered the foundation of your technical diving career. Advanced Nitrox is also a great course for those wanting to extend their bottom times in shallower depths such as scientific diver, and a must for SCR or CCR divers.

Prerequisites: Basic Nitrox + 25 logged dives


DECOMPRESSION PROCEDURES

As sport divers planned decompression is not something that we do or have been taught. The TDI Decompression Procedures course prepares you for planned staged decompression diving. With a maximum operating depth of 45m/150 feet, this course is your first step beyond the normal sport diving limits. Your TDI Instructor will provide you with valuable information and skills.

Prerequisites: Advanced Open Water/Advanced Nitrox or equivalent + 25 logged dives

 

tdi.trimixEXTENDED RANGE

Certain areas of the world provide spectacular dives at depths deeper than 39m/130 feet but you will not have access (or very limited access) to helium. The TDI Extended Range course teaches you the proper techniques for utilizing compressed air as a breathing gas and with a maximum depth of 55m/180 feet you won’t have to miss those dives.

 

TRIMIX

As your motivation to explore progresses you will find that you may want to go deeper to dive that wreck that is part of history or that cave system that you have read so much about.  One of the major limiting factors of going deeper is narcosis; TDI’s Trimix Diver course shows how to minimize the effects of narcosis by adding helium to offset the nitrogen in your breathing gas. While taking the Trimix Diver course your TDI Instructor will teach you how to plan and execute dives utilizing as little as 18 percent oxygen and diving to maximum depth of 60 m/200 feet with a blend of helium appropriate for the planned depth.

Prerequisites: Advanced Nitrox/Decompression Procedures or equivalent + 100 logged dives

ADVANCED TRIMIX

The TDI Advanced Trimix Diver course is the top level of training for open circuit divers wishing to dive to depths as deep as 100 m / 330 feet utilizing hypoxic levels of oxygen (below 17 percent).  This course is perhaps one of the most informative and challenging and upon completion you are among some of the most elite divers.

Prerequisites: Trimix Diver or equivalent + 100 logged dives

 

ADVANCED WRECK

The TDI Advanced Wreck course is the next step for any diver that has taken a wreck diver course. During this course, your TDI Instructor will teach you the proper techniques for locating and planning a penetration dive. The advanced wreck course is commonly taught with other popular TDI course such as advanced nitrox, decompression procedures, extended range, closed circuit rebreather, and trimix.

Prerequisites: Advanced Open Water Diver/Basic Wreck or equivalent

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