CCR DECOMPRESSION DIVER

The intent of the Decompression CCR Diver program is to provide divers with the training necessary to independently plan and conduct unit specific decompression dives using air or Trimix with a minimum of 20% oxygen and a maximum of 35% Helium, to a maximum depth of 40 meters with air diluent or 45 meters with Trimix, using decompression mixtures of up to 100% oxygen and utilizing CCR diving procedures with a dive buddy diving on a rebreather or diving open circuit.


Note: The CCR Decompression Diver with Trimix curriculum is near identical to the Air-diluent program. Air should only be used if Helium is not an option.

STUDENT PREREQUISITES
-An advanced level of Nitrox understanding. This is to include but not limited to the use of gases up to 100% Oxygen for decompression, tracking of CNS and OTU’s, gas planning and accelerated decompression.
-Have logged 40 open water dives
-Minimum Age: 18
OR
-CCR diver with minimum 20 dives / 20 hours on the specific unit
-Minimum age: 18


DURATION
-Recommended hours for course completion: 40
-Minimum number of days: 4
-Minimum number of hours for Academics and Dry practical: 8

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