PADI MULTILEVEL DIVER


PADI MULTILEVEL DIVER

PADI multilevel diver course

PADI multilevel diver course

The PADI multilevel diver course might seem a little out of date these days, as most SCUBA divers wear a dive computer, but wouldn’t you like to know how multilevel dives work just in case something happened to your computer?

The PADI Open Water Diver course teaches you how to use the Recreational Dive Planner with square profiles. Take your SCUBA training one step further; learn to use the PADI wheel and plan multilevel dives which give you an increased dive time safely.

Even if you do have your own dive computer the PADI multilevel diver specialty will give you a greater understanding and knowledge of how to increase your dive time safely using a multilevel dive plan. This course lets you discover why and how but most importantly lets you enjoy the Sea Wind for longer.

Duration

1 day

Contents

Knowledge development

The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of multilevel diving.
Definition and advantages of multilevel diving.
Methods of calculating multilevel dives (the wheel and/or dive computers).
Review of decompression sickness theory.
Review of emergency decompression procedures.
Review of PADI’s S.A.F.E. campaign.
Procedures for flying after diving.
Guidelines, rules and procedures for multilevel diving with the Wheel and/or diving computers.
Care and maintenance of dive computers.
2 open water dives

Requirements

Open Water Diver, Junior Open Water or equivalent

Older than 12 years

1 recreational dive before the course to check weights, buoyancy and equipment.

* Contact us for pre-booking rates or special offers.

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