TDI Decompression Procedures Diver

TDI Decompression Procedures Diver

  • €438,00
Tax included.

This course examines the theory, methods and procedures of planned stage decompression diving. This program is designed as a stand-alone course or it may be taught in conjunction with TDI Advanced Nitrox, Advanced Wreck, or Extended Range Course. The objective of this course is to train divers how to plan and conduct a standard staged decompression dive not exceeding a maximum depth of 45 metres unless taught in conjunction with the TDI Extended Range Course (55 metres). The most common equipment requirements, equipment set-up and decompression techniques are presented. Students are permitted to utilize enriched air nitrox (EAN) mixes or oxygen for decompression provided the gas mix is within their current certification level.

This course consists of theoretical components, gear setup and critique and a minimum of 4 training dives.

Course fee is           €350

eLearning fee is       €49

Certification fee is    €39

Course fee includes rental of Stage Cylinder + Stage rigging.

Course does NOT include any blends of Nitrox/O2, this will be charged at the end of your course separately, based on usage.

You will be required to supply/bring the following, if you don't have any of the following please contact us at to organise rental of items;

  1. 1. Primary cylinder(s), cylinder volume appropriate for planned dive and student gas consumption

    Note: Independent and isolated back-mounted doubles, are allowed to be used.

    1. Depth gauge and automatic bottom timer and / or dive computer

    2. Back gas regulators

    3. Primary and alternate 2nd stage required on all primary cylinders

    4. Submersible pressure gauges are required on all primary cylinders

    1. Buoyancy compensator device(s) (BCD) adequate for equipment configuration

    2. Line cutting device

    3. Ascent reel with lift bag /surface marker buoy

      a. Adequate for maximum planned depth

      b. Adequate lift and size for the dive environment

    4. Oxygen (O2) analyzer; may be supplied by the instructor

    5. Exposure suit adequate for the open water environment

    6. Underwater slate

    7. Oxygen clean regulator, suitable for mixtures above 40% O2