Description:Cost: £500 – Places: 2
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You’ll learn to safely dive a closed-circuit rebreather to a maximum of 40 metres using air diluent, including carrying out decompression and gas planning. You’ll develop your practical CCR diving techniques and get to grips with how to respond to kit failure.
The CCR Diver (40m) course includes nine theory sessions covering physics, physiology, dive conduct and potential kit problems, and two dry practical sessions on preparing and maintaining your rebreather. There is a sheltered-water training dive to introduce new skills. Then you’ll spend at least 360 minutes on a minimum of six open-water dives, to ensure that you have plenty of in-water time to practise the skills and discipline needed for CCR diving.
This is a continually assessed course during which students must reach the required standards.