So how do you become a technical diver? There are several training agencies that provide technical dive training. As with recreational dive training, each of these agencies has its own slant on what is important and how it is best taught. Sometimes this training focuses not only on deep diving, decompression diving and diving with special gases; sometimes it focuses on specialty diving like cave diving.
As a PADI TecRec Dive Center, Aquatic Adventures offers PADI deep technical diving courses. Some of these courses are under the name DSAT, which stands for Diving Science and Technology, as is the case with the Gas Blender course.
For those interested in deep air diving, Aquatic Adventures offers the technical diving courses listed below. All of these courses have prerequisites that are well beyond the requirements for entering other scuba training course. So make sure to review our Technical Diving Prerequisites page before registering for one of these classes.
Click the title of each course for additional information such as equipment requirements and skills you will learn:
In addition to these courses, PADI also offers these technical diving courses:
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|Start Date||Course Type||End Date||Max. Places||Places Available||Price|
|01 Jan 2020||Tec 40||01 Jan 2020||4||4||US$ 320.47|