This is a great way to get started in the underwater world of bubble less Closed Circuit Rebreather diving. This course will start you out with learning the basic fundamentals skills of buoyancy/ and controlling the unit. This course has a very limited amount of skills in order to not over task load the student. We are wanting the student to master these skills that will in the future let you be able to handle the additional skills in level 2.
SCR Hollis Explorer Rebreather Course
A four day course learning how to dive with one of the most up to date computer controlled Semi Closed Rebreathers. This is a beginning experience to dive in the world of silence.
A excellent course for those of you who are really into getting close to the Marine life and also taking pictures.
CCR Inspiration / Evolution / Hammerhead /MEG/ Hollis Prism/Defender/XCCR/SF2 and KISS Rebreather Courses
Other then just silent diving you can learn to dive with a unit that leaves no bubble trails. Fish and turtles will actually turn around and take a second look. There is nothing else in the world like diving with a CCR. These units will allow you to spend more time underwater enjoying the view. It will only take 5 days to learn how to operate one of these sophisticated units.
Level 2 CCR Limitations: May use the specific rebreather system at 40 m/130 fsw performing No-Decompression-Required profiles. RBS is required.
(ANDI does offer these different SCR/CCR courses. Please contact deeptecdiver to see which units that they are able to offer at this time.)
CCR Technical Rebreather Diver (TRD) Course
You do not have to dive open circuit to do decompression diving. Learn to do decompression diving up to a depth of 40 meters on your CCR rebreather. With a CCR you will enjoy more bottom time and less decompression.
TRD Limitations: May use all Nitrox and Oxygen mixtures to 40 m (130 fsw) during decompression profiles limited to a max of 30 minutes deco-time and 9 m (30 fsw) max stop depth, using the rebreather system specified. No hard overhead / penetration permitted. RBS is required.
CCR Technical Trimix Diver (TTR) Course
For those of you that are open circuit Trimix qualified can enjoy learning decompression diving using Trimix down to a depth of 50 m, with 45 minutes deco time. The safest way to explore the deeper depths using helium. Highly recommended for those that have a overhead environment qualification and using your CCR for those dives.
CCE/ Normoxic Trimix CCR Diver Course
CCR/ Level 4CCR is a 60 m CCR course. This level is a unlimited deco and unlimited tanks.
ERE/Advanced Trimix CCR Diver Course
Silent diving, No bubbles, less decompression. This can only be done on CCR. Depths during the course can take you down to 100 meters.
Are you up to it?
Rebreather Explorer – Level 5 Limitations: May use the specific rebreather system with Helium and Oxygen mixtures without limitations. Attainable depths are relative to experience levels and the quality of available technical support. No hard overhead / penetration permitted.
ANDI Rebreather Course Prerequisites
REBREATHER Diver Level
CCI Level 1 – Open Water
SCR Level 1 – OWD + LSU + 10 prior open water dives.
SCR Level 2 – CSU + 20 Dives + AOW
CCR L2 INSPIRATION, EVOLUTION, KISS – OWD + CSU + 50 prior open water dives.
Technical Rebreather Diver Level 3 – SCR/CCR + TSD + pretest + 25 rebreather dives.
CCE Level 4 – SCR/CCR TRD +50 rebreather dives/hours
ERE Level 5 – CCE + 200 prior OW dives + 75 rebreather dives/hours
REBREATHER Instructor level
SCR Level 2 – CSI + SCR + 25 Dives on the specific rebreather + 50 hours of rebreather experience.
CCR Level 2 – CSI + CCR + 25 dives on the specific rebreather + 100 hours of rebreather experience.
Level 3 – TSD + CCR or SCR RBI + 100 hours of rebreather experience including 50 hours on the specific unit.
Level 4 –
Level 5 – ERD + TMD lectures + TRI Certified + 100 hours rebreather experience including 50 hours on the specific unit.