Although the principle is always the same, units do differ from each other in their build up and tear down, gas flow direction, location of MAVs, emergency responses, diluent and oxygen flush procedures, and more. Due to our diverse experience with various units, we have streamlined our approach so that first responses are always very similar, no matter the emergency or unit. We have witnessed several situations that prompted us to develop the wide array of solutions and step-by-step procedures we teach in this course. We have perfect dive sites at hand with crystal clear, warm waters and with direct ascend possibilities from 30m/100ft. In other words perfect training conditions that allow us to do long and intensive training sessions. Given our experience with different units and environments, we will be able to give you first hand experiences to help you form an educated opinion about what CCR will suit your needs the best.
Certification for this course is offered through PSAI Mexico. This course takes a minimum of 4 days to complete and is available to all certified CCR MOD1 Divers of those with an equivalent certification.
Course Content Includes:
- Unit build up and tear down
- Specific considerations for your Unit
- Cleaning and maintenance
- Emergency procedures including the three H’s, internal/external boom and SCR mode
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