|As an SDI Scubility Instructor, you will gain the necessary skills and techniques associated with teaching, assisting, and supervising disabled divers.|
This training is unlike any other SCUBA instructor courses you have experienced. During the SDI Scubility Instructor program, you will go through various in water steps and dive in numerous manipulated configurations to get firsthand experience to assist you in understanding some of the problems encountered by disabled divers. SDI feels that having learned the program once, the new instructor needs only to be updated on the training aspect of teaching divers with medical conditions and physical disabilities.
After successful completion of the SDI Scubility Instructor program, you will have the opportunity to help build a disabled diver’s confidence and competence in the underwater realm.
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The TDI Helitrox CCR course examines the theory, methods, and procedures for planning staged decompression CCR dives utilizing helium in the diluent to reduce narcosis.
The objective of the course is to train divers in the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for diving a CCR and to develop basic CCR diving skills, to a maximum of 45 metres / 150 feet, using an air/nitrox/helium diluent for formal decompression diving.
Student are permitted to utilize a diluent and bailout mix with no greater than a 20% helium content and no less than a 21% oxygen content and are permitted to use up to 100% oxygen for decompression.
The TDI Helitrox Diver course examines the theory, methods, and procedures for planning staged decompression dives utilizing helium in the breathing mixture.
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 / 150 feet. The most common equipment requirements, gear set-up, and decompression techniques are presented during the TDI Helitrox Diver course.
Students are permitted to utilize Enriched Air Nitrox and Helium mixes with no greater than 20% helium content, and up to 100% oxygen for decompression diving.
This program is designed as a stand-alone course or it may be taught in conjunction with TDI Advanced Nitrox at the discretion of the instructor.
The Helitrox Instructor course provides the training required to competently teach the methods and procedures for planned stage decompression diving utilizing Helium in the breathing mixture.
The objective of this course is to train instructors how to teach standard staged decompression diving not exceeding a maximum depth of 45 metres / 150 feet. Enriched air nitrox (EAN) and Helium mixes with no greater than 20% He content, and up to 100% oxygen for decompression diving are permitted.
- Minimum age 2l
- Minimum certification as a TDI Trimix Diver or Helitrox diver and a TDI Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Procedures Instructor, or equivalent
- Proof of 10 certified advanced nitrox or decompression procedures divers; minimum of 5 must be decompression procedures divers
- Provide proof of 250 logged dives with a minimum of 20 logged Helitrox or Trimix decompression dives outside of training, 10 of these dives must be in the last 12 months
|This course is the first stage in the TDI Mine Diver development program and is an introduction to the basic principles of mine diving utilizing a single primary guide line. This introduction is not intended to train divers for all facets of mine diving.|
The objective of this course is the perfection of skills taught in the TDI Cavern Diving program, in addition to the adoption of additional techniques and procedures required for elementary mine dives.
This course may be combined with TDI Mine Diver Level II at the discretion of the instructor.
This course uses the same principles and techniques as the TDI Intro to Cave course, including utilizing the same training materials and equipment. However, dual certification is not permitted and graduates wishing to dive in caves must complete the TDI Intro to Cave course.
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The TDI Mine Diver Level II course is the second stage of training in the TDI Mine Diver development program.
The objective of this course is to expand and critique previous skills accomplished in the TDI Cavern and Mine Diver Level I programs. Emphasis is placed upon dive planning and skill perfection through actual mine penetration. This course may be combined with TDI Mine Diver Level I at the discretion of the instructor.
This course uses the same principles and techniques as the TDI Full Cave course, including utilizing the same training materials and equipment. However, dual certification is not permitted and graduates wishing to dive in caves must complete the TDI Full Cave course.
Have you ever thought about trying a rebreather but you don’t know if you’re ready to take a full certification program? Are you considering purchasing a rebreather but you aren’t sure of which unit to buy?
The TDI Rebreather Discovery Program is designed to give prospective students an introduction to diving a TDI approved rebreather in a controlled environment under the direct supervision of an active TDI Rebreather Instructor
During the TDI Rebreather Discovery Program you learn the basics of diving a rebreather ranging from practical mechanics of a rebreather, review over basic gas physiology, introduce PO2 monitoring procedures, how to get off the rebreather underwater by “bailing out,” and more!
Experience the first hand silence of diving a rebreather in the TDI Rebreather Discovery Program.
- Minimum age 18
- Provide proof of 10 logged open water dives to participate in the pool / confined water session of the
- Provide proof of 25 logged open water dives to participate in the open water session of the program
- TDI Nitrox Diver or equivalent