Course duration: 4 days
Prerequisites: 18 years old, PADI Rescue Diver or equivalent, PADI Tec50 or equivalent (contact us for equivalency), 150 logged dives, physician’s sign off within 12 months confirming fitness to dive
Course cost (includes Tec Trimix manual, instruction and certification when earned): £600.
Not included are: equipment hire, site entry, transport, accommodation and gas (including share of instructor’s gas). Please note: helium costs can be high and so gas bills may be substantial.
Course description: The PADI Tec Trimix 65 course enables technical divers to extend their depth limits to 65m by introducing helium to reduce narcotic effects of gases previously used. The resulting trimix (oxygen, nitrogen and helium) has benefits, but you must be trained how to use it correctly and planning becomes even more essential.
The course comprises of 3 sections: theory, practical applications and dives. The theory sections which teach participants about some of the key principles in trimix diving, such as depth ranges, exposure planning, selecting mixes, suit inflation systems, emergency procedures, decompression software and multi-gas computers. The practical applications include gas analysis, dive planning, cylinder marking and mission planning. The dives run through a number of previously learned skills and build on these, including pre-dive checks, SAC rate swims, long hose gas sharing, no mask swim, stage cylinder handling (up to 4 cylinders), gas shutdown drills, DSMB deployment, dealing with emergency situations and gas switch procedures.
Course scheduling: The PADI Tec Trimix 65 course runs over 4 days. Please see our calendar page for the dates of these sessions. If none of the dates suit you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements.
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