Diving with CCR rebreathers is fundamentally different from the so called open circuit scuba. We teach CCR diving on recreational and technical level, as well as CCR cave diving.
This experience program is designed to introduce the diver to the basic concepts of Rebreathers, and to provide a practical confined water and optional OW exposure for diving with a Rebreather. NOTE: It is not a Qualification Program.
This Program is designed to train Recreational divers in the safe use and technology of basic CCR diving with no decompression, up to 1.2 PO2 and to depths up to 70 fsw (21 msw).
This Program is designed to train competent divers in the safe use and technology of CCR for dives requiring up to 15 minutes of decompression. It is also especially useful to train divers who wish to dive up to: A. 170 fsw (51 msw) as part of the Advanced Recreational Trimix course in which case the END will not exceed 80 fsw (24 msw) when using Trimix as diluent. B. 140 fsw (42 msw) as part of the Advanced EANx course if using air as diluent.
This Program is designed for those individuals already involved in deep diving activities, but is not intended to be used as an enticement to divers who are content to remain in Sport or EANx diving limits. Trimix affords a safer means for deep-water exploration for divers who dive deep or perform with a clear head at depth. The IANTD Trimix Diver Program requires the diver to be self-sufficient/reliant. NOTE: The knowledge and skills taught in this program are more than adequate to qualify divers to perform Trimix Dives outside of training up to 333 fsw (100 msw).
This Program is designed to train divers in safe cave diving with CCR