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Rebreather Level 2

During Level 2 training the participant develops the necessary diving skills, techniques and knowledge required to responsibly perform decompression dives with a closed circuit rebreather, in the realm of decompression dives using an air diluent as bottom gas to a maximum depth of 50m and, if option B is selected, decompression dives using normoxic Trimix diluent to a maximum depth of 60m

There are two options for this course:

Option: A. CCR II Extended Range (Decompression) Diver

Decompression diving with air as diluent gas to a maximum depth of 40m.

All theoretical and practical aspects of deep decompression diving. The classroom sessions explain the physical and physiological hazards of deep diving, the decompression planning, equipment considerations for deep diving, the need of bail-out gas, and all procedures involved. An important point is dive planning using computer-based dive tables such as Z-Plan, Proplanner, etc. The practical part of the course includes 4 dives over at least 3 days with a minimum accumulated dive time of 180 minutes. The instructor-to-student ratio is 1:2.

Option: B. CCR II Extended Range (Normoxic Trimix) Diver

Decompression diving with air and normoxic Trimix as diluent gas to maximum depths of 60m respectively.

Covers all aspects of option A with additional normoxic Trimix theory and 2 normoxic Trimix dives. In total 6 dives over at least 5 days with a minimum accumulated dive time of 300 minutes. The instructor-to-student ratio is 1:2.

AP Inspiration Classic CCR
AP Inspiration Vision CCR
AP Inspiration EVO CCR
AP Inspiration XPD CCR
AP Inspiration EVP CCR

JJ-CCR

Divesoft Liberty CCR
Divesoft Liberty SIDEMOUNT CCR
Divesoft Liberty Backmount CCR

ISC Pathfinder CCR
ISC Megalodon CCR

KISS Classic Sport CCR
KISS Sport CCR
KISS GEM PSCR

Poseidon Se7en
Poseidon MKVI

Triton mCCR

iQsub FLEX2 CCR

rEvo III CCR

HOLLIS PRISM2 CCR

SUBMATIX QUANTUM
SUBMATIX 100 SMS emCCR

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