Each year the world of technical diving seems to progress leaps and bounds. There is always a lot to keep up with between equipment advances, exploration projects, new educational programs, physiological and scientific research studies, and more.
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Cave divers use a distinct set of markers to determine direction and distance traveled in a cave.
ELearning has been great – for every industry and educational institution. That is not to say we can’t improve upon it.
Buying your first rebreather is no easy task and as with any large investment you want to make sure you are making the right purchase the first time around so you do not spend that money twice.
This article explains several common myths and misconceptions surrounding rebreather diving, including: “rebreathers are complex” “A rebreather is only a tool to be used on the rare occasions when the dive is beyond the capabilities of open circuit.” And more…
The Instructor Trainer Workshop is a very rigorous and rewarding program; however, it is not something to be taken lightly.
Divers of all types have begun to find value in this type of configuration and the industry has supported the innovation.
We get questioned a lot on what the difference is between SDI, TDI and ERDI courses, so we decided to put it out there where it’s easy for everyone to find when they start doing research.
Recently, there has been a large increase in the number of accidents involving dive boats backing down on or running over divers. This of course is not limited to the US; these cases span the globe.
In reality, Trimix is a risk management breathing mixture utilized by divers typically seeking to offset the consequences of diving normoxic air or nitrox mixtures at a planned diving depth by replacing much of the nitrogen and some of the oxygen with more benign inert gases like helium.