RAID DECO 40 / TDI ANDP
4 days - £595
Excludes your or Instructor's gas & boat fees if applicable.
DISCOUNTS for two or more!
You can do the RAID Deco 40 in recreational set-up with your BCD/wing & single cylinder or in technical set-up with a twinset. We can rent you a twinset for your course or if you have your own you can also do this course or enrol on TDIs Advanced Nitrox & Decompression Procedures course. The vast majority of the skills learnt in the first two days will give you a sound understanding of the equipment you will use for your technical diving and the associated skills to handle emergencies effectively underwater.
From day three the emphasis will be on learning how to conduct safe simulated and live staged decompression using up to 100 percent oxygen in your stage cylinder to a maximum depth of 40 metres or 45 metres with TDI. An extra day on the TDI programme (£150) would gain you a TDI Helitrox qualification to 45m using up to 35% helium!
Deep diver with nitrox qualification
18 years of age
20 logged hours or 40 dives
Prior to course commencement you will be set up with your online learning materials and will complete these under supervision prior to undertaking any open water dives.
Open water dives
Five open water dives
Course Duration & cost
4 days - £595
What is included?
Online course materials with lifetime access.
Decompression cylinder and stage regulator hire.
What is not included?
Your and your instructor's gas is not included. In the UK we have access to hard bottomed boats & RIBs since the closure of NDAC Chepstow or we'll take you to the south coast of England to complete your course. Any further equipment you require, we can hire this to you at a reasonable cost, including a fully rigged twinset complete with backplate, harness wing and tec regs!
Once you’ve completed your entry level technical course it’s time to rack up your experience and get some decompression dives done before thinking about progressing straight to a 60 metre normoxic trimix course. Alternatively, you might realise that trimix is expensive and if you’re intending in doing a lot of it, perhaps a rebreather is the answer, talk to us!