TDI decompression procedures course
TDI DECOMPRESSION PROCEDURES COURSE IN PLAYA DEL CARMEN
– 3 Days Minimum – $250/day –
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Very few things in life suck as much as having to end a perfectly awesome dive simply because your NDL time ran out. During the TDI Decompression Procedures course in Playa del Carmen, you will learn to plan and safely execute dives that require decompression stops. The dives are done to a maximum depth of 45 meters, an accelerated decompression gases ranging up to 100% oxygen.
Once you’re certified, a brand new world will open up for you, and you will be able to sign up for more technical courses like trimix and advanced wreck diving.
This course can be taken in combination with the TDI Advanced Nitrox Course.
What Will I Learn on my TDI Decompression Procedures Course?
Decompression dive planning including:
- Decompression gas choices
- Tables vs. personal dive computers
- Emergency and contingency planning (equipment failure, omitted decompression, etc.)
Decompression diving procedures
- Equipment selection
- Pre-dive checks and drills
- Stress analysis and mitigation
- Following a decompression schedule
- Gas switching
- Team awareness and communication
- SMB/lift bag deployment
Proper trim, buoyancy and finning techniques
Emergency procedures (equipment failures, catastrophic gas loss, omitted decompression, navigational errors, etc.)
Equipment considerations, cylinder labeling, analyzing nitrox mixtures, and gas blending procedures
- Minimum age 18
- Minimum certification of TDI Nitrox Diver, Advanced Adventure Diver, Advanced Nitrox
- Minimum of 100 logged dives
- A full immersion program is available and includes Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Procedures with a minimum duration of 6 days.
- If students wish to do course in sidemount configuration, proof of sidemount certification must be provided.
Add sidemount training (extra 3 days)
- Transportation to and from the boat staging area or cenote(s) departing from our dive center in Playa del Carmen.
- Tanks (double tanks or sidemount tanks)
- Weights if needed
- Bottled water
- Technical Diving Equipment. Can be rented for a fee, but students should have their own equipment for this level of diving.
- High Oxygen Mixes
- Cenote Entry/Boat Fees (15-40 USD/Day)
- Certification Fees
- Personal Diving Equipment – see list of required equipment.
TDI Decompression Procedures Diver Training
What’s in it for you?
Upon successful completion of this course, graduates may engage in stage cave diving activities without direct supervision so long as the following limits are adhered to: Penetration is limited to the 1/3 air rule, or more conservative air-plan at instructor’s discretion. No equipment removal in cave with exception of stage cylinders Students are encouraged to gain experience before attempting to plan and execute complex stage cave dives Safety and decompression stops are completed as appropriate or necessary