DPVs offer a thrilling way for scuba divers to see a lot of underwater territory in a short amount of time. They scoot you through the water allowing you to glide over reefs, buzz around a large wreck or weave through a kelp forest. Whether making a shore or boat dive, a DPV is a great way to see more and have fun doing it.
EFR – Primary Care and Secondary Care
During the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) we will teach you how to respond to life-threatening emergencies.
Emergency First Response Instructor Course
The instructor course covers specific goals and performance requirements for the Primary Care, Secondary Care and Care for Children courses, along with instruction on how to structure learning, the requirements of performance-based training, and your role as the instructor in the learning environment. You also learn how to motivate students, evaluate student knowledge, present course content effectively, become proficient in developing students’ hands-on skills practice sessions, and are taught how to present an effective scenario-based learning experience.
Knowing how and when to use emergency oxygen is a great skill to have and means you’re ready to help others should the need arise. Becoming a PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider lets you breathe easy knowing that you can recognize scuba diving illnesses treatable with emergency oxygen,
Who should take this course?
The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular specialty scuba course. Why? Because scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression time, especially on repetitive scuba dives. If staying down longer and getting back in the water sooner sounds appealing, then don’t hesitate to become an enriched air diver.
If you’re a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver who is at least 12 years old, you can enroll in the Enriched Air Diver Specialty course. Note that in some regions the minimum age is older than 12.
What will you learn?
You’ll learn why diving with air that has higher oxygen and lower nitrogen content gives you more bottom time, along with enriched air equipment considerations. During a practical session, and two optional (or required) scuba dives, you’ll:
- Discuss managing oxygen exposure.
- Practice analyzing oxygen content in your scuba tank.
- Set your dive computer for diving with enriched air nitrox.
the PADI Equipment Specialist course teaches you to manage basic repairs and adjustments. You'll also learn more about how your gear works, making you more comfortable with it and better prepared to take care of your investment.
Compact and convenient, perfect for DSMB deployment or simple lining out around or within an underwater wreck or cave syste
First Aid At Work (GB) HSE Approved Course
The Emergency First Response (EFR) First Aid at Work (Great Britain) 3 day course is a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) approved first aid course for the purpose of meeting the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. This programme meets the statutory needs of employers in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland needing at least one First Aider on the premises.
Our Guardian Flight BCD is our lightest BCD, specifically designed to be hard wearing but ultra light weight, perfect for the travelling diver, overseas diving or holiday dive trips.
Hard Hat and Decompresion Chamber experience
The trip will run on the 17th April 2016
Any questions please contact the diver centre 01204 864951 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, cost of the trip is £50
The most technical drysuit, in the ND Tri-Laminate suit range, its sleek design and super close fitting style, featuring Northern Diver’s unique ‘Constant Fit’ Torso-Flex system, has been very well received within the technical diving and wreck diving community.
This unique system, unlike most membrane drysuits, enables the mid section of the drysuit to constantly adjust and flex, during the dive, allowing freedom of movement but without the need for excess drysuit material.
In addition, the ‘ballistic nylon’ outer fabric of Northern Divers HID drysuit includes ten coats of butyl rubber, bonded to a super comfortable polyester inner fabric. This produces the ultimate hard wearing heavy-duty drysuit material and with the addition of super high-visibility 3M style light reflective overprinting, featuring microspheres which reflect 95% of all visible light, this really is a High Intensity Drysuit.
All front-entry drysuits need extra length in the body, to allow the drysuits neck seal to be extended sufficiently, so that the user can easily pull the neck seal over their head. Without this extra length, the zip would be under excessive pressure, during fitting or removing and the users neck could also be subjected to additional unnecessary stress.