TDI SIDEMOUNT SF2
AIR DILUENT DECOMPRESSION PROCEDURES DIVER
What scuba gear will you use?
You’ll use standard tec diving equipment appropriate for the local environment, including your exposure suit, mask, fins and weight system. Snorkels are optional, but a collapsible snorkel can be carried in your pocket. You’ll also need a Delayed Surface Marker Buoy (DSMB) and reel, an audible surface signaling device, slate and a compass. I will advise you about the Type T CCR you’ll learn to use and suggest a CCR dive computer with open-circuit bailout capability (if not integrated into the CCR), offboard life support system, and oxygen analyzer along with other beneficial gear.
minimum certification requirements:
Satisfactorily complete the TDI CCR Air Diluent Decompression examination with a passing score of 80%, followed by 100% remediation by the Instructor
Complete all open water requirements efficiently
Demonstrate mature and sound judgment concerning dive planning and execution
Course must be completed within 6 weeks from the starting date
Complete a refresher course following a period of inactivity greater than 6 months following the course
To secure your booking, a deposit fee 50% of the course price is asked either via bank transfer or PayPal (+5%). Additional bank fees are paid by the student. The rest of the course fee is paid when course starts.
AFTER THE BOOKING
After your booking, you will receive TDI Generic online material. I do all training sessions on the SF2 unit. You can also start studying the manufacturer’s literature.
Get doctor statement that you are fit to dive:
Download TDI Medical statement
SF2 rebreather can be used in either backmount or sidemount and each configuration requires different skill sets and unit check therefore is run as independent training programs. Diver looking to move into rebreather but are used to diving in sidemount will quickly see the SF2 ECCR Sidemount rebreather is possibly the best rebreather on the market for this configuration.
You will learn more about the benefits, hazards, and proper procedures when diving a CCR on decompression dives, while managing two stage bottles.
This course is accompanied by a service and repair workshop for in-field problem solving and maintenance; setup and maintenance of the unit, loop volume management, calibration of electronics, emergency procedures, buoyancy control, CNS tracking.
During this course, I will teach you all of the necessary skills to conduct decompression CCR dives to a maximum depth of 40 metres/130 feet using air diluent.
What willyou learn
The objective of this course is to train divers in:
the proper planning
procedures, techniques and hazards when using the SF2 in Sidemount configuration
rebreather setup and streamlining
over head environment control
balance & buoyancy
dealing with emergencies
Minimum age 18
Provide proof of 50 logged dives
Provide proof of TDI Advanced Nitrox Diver and Deco Procedures Diver or equivalent from agencies recognized by TDI
If the rebreather is a TDI approved sidemount rebreather, the student must hold the TDI Sidemount Diver certification or equivalent and provide proof of 10 logged sidemount dives
TDI Air Diluent CCR Diver certified or equivalent
30 hours on the CCR unit
Six months CCR diving experience
1500€ + vat
excl: course manual, certification fee, personal equipment, sorb / CCR and dive supplements.
Rental units on request.
Extra training days are 250€ / day
Group discounts are available
*All prices are subject to change depending on location and students starting level. Please mail me for a final quote.