TDI technical diver training courses in cyprus


If you find that your dives are being limited by your No Decompression Limits, you might want to consider learning how to complete dives with planned decompression.

This course will teach you how to safely conduct planned decompression dives using nitrox mixes between 21% and 100% for accelerated decompression down to a maximum depth of 45 metres.

As a stand alone course, the training takes 3-4 days but it can be combined with the TDI Advanced Nitrox Course into a 6 day training package.

If you are a diver that is interested in increasing your bottom time and learning more about decompression theory, TDI Decompression Procedures is the course for you.

Price: €400 (€740 Combined with TDI Advanced Nitrox)



The TDI Decompression Procedures Course can be completed using on-line theory more time can be dedicated to the in-water training with your instructor.

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Decompression Dive planning is covered in depth with regard to choosing the best mixes for the dive and decompression, the use of tables vs dive computers and emergency and contingency planning.

You will also learn about Equipment selection for Decompression Diving, Pre-Dive drills and checks, following a decompression schedule, Gas Switching, communication and DSMB deployment.

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At this level, good buoyancy and the ability to hold stops is essential and we will practice and perfect this skill to allow the diver to hold good buoyancy and trim while conducting other skills such as; shutdowns, DSMB deployment and Gas Switching.

If you would prefer to begin diving with Helium mixes, you could opt for the TDI Helitrox Diver Course, which allows you to use up to 20% Helium in your breathing mix.

This course can be conducted with either the traditional Backmounted Twinset cylinders or Sidemount Configuration

The TDI Decompression Procedures Course will lead the way to more advanced diving courses like TDI Normoxic Trimix and CCR Rebreather Courses.

To see what Diving Courses & Scuba Excursions we are offering in 2019, please have a look at Scuba Tech Diving Cyprus' Scuba Events Calendar. If you would like to book a specific course for a different date than is shown on the Calendar, please get in touch with us to check the availability. Keep checking back, as new courses and excursions are being added all the time

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