Technical diving means going beyond recreational scuba diving limits. It's also about the challenge and adventure of exploring places that no-one else has ever seen.
Tec diving is not for everyone, but it does attract experienced divers who want to go beyond their current limits and are willing to accept the added risks, training, investment and commitment it demands. If this is you, then read on... You can also read more on the PADI website
Tec Gas Blender
You may use enriched air (nitrox) but do you know where it comes from or how it is blended? In the Tec Gas Blender course you'll learn more about the process and qualify to blend enriched air and trimix.
The PADI Tec 40 course is where you transition from recreational scuba diving to technical diving. It’s a great place to start because it’s the first subdivision of the full PADI Tec Diver course.
The PADI Tec 45 course is the second part of the full PADI Tec Deep Diver program. You’ll extend your depth limit to 45 metres/145 feet and learn to plan and execute repetitive decompression dives using a single stage/decompression cylinder.
The third part of the full PADI Tec Deep Diver program is Tec 50. As a Tec 50 diver, you show that you’ve developed competency as a tec diver and have the skills to dive to a maximum of 50 metres/165 feet.
Tec Trimix 65
If you’re into technical diving then you know that to extend your depth range you need to use trimix – a blend of helium, oxygen and nitrogen. Welcome to Tec Trimix 65.
PADI Twin-Set Diver
Ever wondered if twin set diving is for you? PADI Twin Set diver is an introduction to the skills involved in diving on a twin set, including kit configuration and emergency procedures.