Evolution Level 2

This course develops in the participant, the required abilities, knowledge and techniques to dive safely and responsibly with the APD Inspiration or Evolution in the realm of decompression dives using an air diluent as bottom gas to a maximum depth of 40m and, if option B is selected, decompression dives using normoxic Trimix diluent to a maximum depth of 60m

OPTION A – Extended Range (air) diver:

All theoretical and practical aspects of air diluent decompression diving. The classroom sessions explain the physical and physiological hazards of air diluent diving, the decompression planning and equipment considerations for decompression diving, the need of bail-out gas, and all procedures involved.

Inspiration Level 2This course develops in the participant, the required abilities, knowledge and techniques to dive safely and responsibly with the APD Inspiration or Evolution in the realm of decompression dives using an air diluent as bottom gas to a maximum depth of 40m and, if option B is selected, decompression dives using normoxic Trimix diluent to a maximum depth of 60m

OPTION A – Extended Range (air) diver:

All theoretical and practical aspects of air diluent decompression diving. The classroom sessions explain the physical and physiological hazards of air diluent diving, the decompression planning and equipment considerations for decompression diving, the need of bail-out gas, and all procedures involved. An important point is dive planning using Vision software as well as computer-based dive tables such as Z-Plan, Proplanner, etc.

JJ-Level IIThis course develops in the participant, the required abilities, knowledge and techniques to dive safely and responsibly with the JJ-CCR in the realm of decompression dives using an air diluent as bottom gas to a maximum depth of 40m and, if option B is selected, decompression dives using normoxic Trimix diluent to a maximum depth of 60m

OPTION A - ExtendedRange (air) diver:

All theoretical and practical aspects of air diluent decompression diving. The classroom sessions explain the physical and physiological hazards of air diluent diving, the decompression planning and equipment considerations for decompression diving, the need of bail-out gas, and all procedures involved. An important point is dive planning using the integral Sherwater software as well as computer-based dive tables such as Z-Plan, Proplanner, etc.