Jim Wyatt is an instructor trainer for all PADI/DSAT programs.
Call for details if you are interested in becoming a PADI/DSAT technical diver/trimixinstructor.

In order to enroll in a PADI/DSAT Tec Instructor training course the candidate must meet the following criteria:
PADI OWSI - current & insured with proof
EANx diver and instructor
Deep Diver specialty instructor
Minimum of 100 logged dives with at least 20 on enriched air, 25 dives deeper than 60 feet and at least 15 deeper than 100 feet.

In order to complete the program - before sending an application to PADI the candidate must meet the following criteria:
Be a PADI MSDT
Be certified as a PADI/DSAT Tec 45 diver or have equivalent certification from another agency. The Tec 45 training program may be conducted in conjunction with your Tec instructor program.
Have a minimum of 20 stage decompression dives
Complete and pass the Tec instructor standards, theory and practical exams
Minimum 18 years old

In order to enroll in a PADI/DSAT Tec Deep Instructor training course the candidate must meet the following criteria:
PADI OWSI - current & insured with proof
EANx diver and instructor
Deep Diver specialty instructor
Minimum of 100 logged dives with at least 20 on enriched air, 25 dives deeper than 60 feet and at least 15 deeper than 100 feet.

In order to complete the program - before sending an application to PADI the candidate must meet the following criteria:
Minimum rating of MSDT
EANx diver and instructor
Deep Diver specialty instructor
Be certified as a PADI/DSAT Tec 50 diver or have equivalent certification from another agency. The Tec 45 training program may be conducted in conjunction with your Tec instructor program.
Have assisted with at least one DSAT Tec 50 course or one Tec 45 course. Having taught classes, or assisted with equivalent classes from other agencies MAY meet this requirement. Discuss this with me in more detail if you think you have qualified.
Have a minimum of 270 logged dives, with at least 25 staged decompression dives that had a maximum depth of greater than 130 feet/40m
Have certified a total of ten or more PADI deep divers and/or EANx divers. Any combination of 10 is acceptable.
Complete and pass the Tec Deep instructor standards, theory and practical exams
Meet the peer review waterskill requirements listed on the PADI/DSAT Tec Deep instructor application through the attesting signature of a PADI/DSAT Tec Deep Instructor
Minimum 18 years of age

Overview

The DSAT Tec Diver 40 course is an entry level technical open circuit diving course. It is part of the DSAT TecRec program. (TecRec is is the encompassing overall name for all DSAT technical diving courses) By definition technical diving takes divers beyond the limits of recreational diving. Recreational diving is considered as no stop diving with nitrox or air to a maximum depth of 130 feet. Technical diving is other than commercial or research diving that takes divers beyond the recreational limits. It is further defined as and includes one or more of the following: diving deeper than 130 feet, required stage decompression diving, diving in caves, accelerated decompression, using various gas mixes during a dive and/or the use of scuba technologies that require discipline, thought, training and attitude beyond thatr required by recreational divers.

Technical diving uses extensive methodologies, technologies and training to manage added risks associated with it. Typically this means using complex or highly specialized equipment in situations where direct access to the surface is inaccessible due to a ceiling imposed by a physical barrier such as a cave or wreck, or by decompression.

Divers usually technical dive for the challenge and fun rather than as a profession, so it is a recreation. However to avoid confusion regarding the limits and scopes tec diving is not called "recreational diving". The courses in the DSAT TecRec program directly address the more demanding and challenging nature of technical diving,which involves more hazards and inherent risks than recreational diving.

Student divers may complete the courses independently, in sequence and IAW course standards, or enroll in the continuous classes from Tec 40 through Tec 50. Because each subcourse qualifies the diver to take on increasing levels of decompression diving and the student may not be able to return immediately for further training, a certification is required at each level as the student completes it.


Tec 40 Course Description

PADI Tec 40 course introduces divers to limited decompression diving within accepted recreational depth limits. Although the student who clearly intends to continue through Tec 50 is encouraged to complete Tec 40 in complete tec diving gear, the limits of the Tec 40 qualification allow more flexibility. Therefore, to accommodate divers interested in very limited tec diving, the Tec 40 equipment requirements are only a bit beyond those of the standard recreational kit.

Prerequisites:
Certification as PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Minimum age of 18 years old
Certification as PADI Enriched Air Diver (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Deep Diver (or equivalent)
Have a minimum of 50 logged dives, of which at least
- 10 dives must be on enriched air
- 12 dives must be deeper than 18 metres/60 feet
- 6 dives must be deeper than 30 metres/100 feet
Have a medical form signed by your physician

Duration: Each section of the course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Depth Range:
Dive 1: 0-30
Dive 2: 30-60
Dive 3: 50-90
Dive 4: 85-130

Limits:
Use decompression software and dive computers to plan and make decompression dives with not more than 10 minutes of total decompression and not deeper than 40 metres/130 feet.
Use a single cylinder of decompression gas with up to 50 percent oxygen (EANx50) to add conservatism to the required decompression. The Tec 40 course consists of knowledge development, three practical application sessions, one confined or limited open water dive, two open water no stop dives (simulated decompression) and one open water decompression dive.

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with a minimum of 80 cubic feet with a dual-outlet valve on the cylinder ( .Y. or .H. valve) or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount.
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

1 deco tank with regulator, SPG & staging kit - properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas), and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $500.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class


Tec 45 Course Description




Purpose: PADI Tec 45 course provides a transitional qualification while continuing to develop as a technical diver. The equipment requirements are the same as for the Tec Deep Diver Course. This diver is qualified to make limited technical decompression dives using the equipment and the procedures used at the Tec Deep Diver level. However, qualifications are narrow, reflecting comparatively limited training and experience. The expectation is that a Tec 45 diver plans to continue on to Tec 50.

Prerequisites:
Certification as PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Rescue Diver (or equivalent)
Minimum age of 18 years old
Certification as PADI Enriched Air Diver (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Deep Diver (or equivalent)
PADI Tec 40 (or hold a qualifying certification from another organization)
Have a minimum of 50 logged dives, of which at least:
- 12 dives were made with enriched air nitrox deeper than 18 metres/60 feet
- 6 (with or without EANx) dives were deeper than 30 metres/100 feet
Have a medical statement signed by a physician

Duration: Each section of the course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Depth Range:
Dive 1: 8-30
Dive 2: 40-60
Dive 3: 60-100
Dive 4: 90-145

Limits:
Make single and repetitive dives to a maximum depth of 45 metres/145 feet.
Use a single decompression gas of EANx, or oxygen, to accelerate or add conservatism to the decompression. In addition to the Tec 40 course requirements, the Tec 45 course consists of knowledge development, three practical application sessions, one confined or limited open water dive, two open water no stop dives (simulated decompression) and one open water decompression dive.

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/deco cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit – properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas), and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $550.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class


Tec 50 Course Description


Tec 50
Purpose: PADI Tec 50 course is the complete, entry-level skill set for extensive open circuit deep decompression tec diving (formerly Tec Deep Diver). The diver is qualified to make technical decompression dives within the limits of training and equipment.

Prerequisites:
Certification as PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Rescue Diver (or equivalent)
Minimum age of 18 years old
Certification as PADI Enriched Air Diver (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Deep Diver (or equivalent)
DSAT Tec 45 Diver (or hold a qualifying certification from another organization)
Have a minimum of 100 logged dives, of which
- 20 dives must be enriched air dives
- 25 dives must be deeper than 18 metres/60 feet
- at least 20 dives must be deeper than 30 metres/100 feet
Have a medical statement signed by your physician

Duration: Each section of the course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Depth Range:
Dive 1: 8-30
Dive 2: 40-80
Dive 3: 100-165
Dive 4: 130-165

Limits:
Use air, EANx and oxygen for multiple stop decompression dives as deep as 50 metres/165 feet using standard open circuit, multiple cylinder (backmount and/or sidemount) tec diving equipment.
Use two decompression gases (EANx and/or oxygen) to accelerate or add conservatism to the decompression. In addition to the Tec 45 course requirements, the Tec 50 course consists of knowledge development, two practical application sessions, two open water no stop dives (simulated decompression) and two open water decompression dives.

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/deco cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit – properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas), and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $550.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class


Tec Trimix 65 Course Description


Tec Trimix 65
Purpose: PADI Tec Trimix 65 course is a new, intermediate level trimix course that is an option for Tec Trimix Instructors. Tec Trimix 65 extends Tec 50 and bridges to the full Tec Trimix Diver certification. The Tec Trimix 65 diver is qualified to make technical decompression dives within the limits of training and equipment.

Prerequisites:
Be a PADI Rescue Diver (or hold a qualifying certification from another organization and having proof of CPR and first aid training with the previous two years)
Be certified as a Tec 50 (or hold a qualifying certification from another organization)
Be at least 18 years old
Have logged at least 100 dives
Have a medical form signed by your physician.

Duration: Each section of the course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Depth Range: Tec 65
Dive 1: 0-30
Dive 2: 90-165
Dive 3: 100-165
Dive 4: 130-185
Dive 5: 150-210
Trimix
Dive 6: 180-230
Dive 7: 215-265
Dive 8: 245-300

Limits:
Use air, EANx, oxygen and trimix with 18% or more oxygen for multiple stop decompression dives as deep as 65 metres/210 feet using standard open circuit, multiple cylinder (backmount and/or sidemount) tec diving equipment.
Use two decompression gases (EANx and/or oxygen) to accelerate or add conservatism to the decompression. In addition to the Tec 50 course requirements, the Tec Trimix 65 course consists of additional knowledge development, practical application and an open water no stop dive (simulated trimix decompression). The final open water decompression trimix dive may be combined with the final dive of the Tec 50 course.


Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/deco cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit – properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas), and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $1300.00 or $500 w/ previous Tec 65 card
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class

Red Stripe
Tec 1
Purpose: Tec Diver Level 1 is your introduction to Technical Diving.

Prerequisites:
Certification as PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Rescue Diver (or equivalent)
Minimum age of 18 years old
Certification as PADI Enriched Air Diver (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Deep Diver (or equivalent) Or have 20 logged dives deeper than 100’
At least 100 logged dives, with at least 20 dives made with Enriched Air, 25 dives deeper than 60 feet and 15 dives deeper than 100 feet.

Duration: Each section of the course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Limits: You'll learn to make gas-switch, extended no-decompression dives using air and enriched air to 40 metres/130 feet. You'll also prepare for and respond to foreseeable technical diving emergencies. Since it is part of the Tec Deep Diver course, you DSAT Tec Diver Level 1 course training will credit towards the DSAT Tec Deep Diver course.

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/deco cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit – properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas), and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Divers will read the appropriate section of their TecRec manual and answer the Knowledge Reviews prior to the practical application portion. A score of at least 80% is required on all exams.

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $800.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class


Tec 1 Course Description

 

Tec 1
Purpose: Tec Diver Level 1 is your introduction to Technical Diving.

Prerequisites:
Certification as PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Rescue Diver (or equivalent)
Minimum age of 18 years old
Certification as PADI Enriched Air Diver (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Deep Diver (or equivalent) Or have 20 logged dives deeper than 100’
At least 100 logged dives, with at least 20 dives made with Enriched Air, 25 dives deeper than 60 feet and 15 dives deeper than 100 feet.

Duration: Each section of the course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Limits: You'll learn to make gas-switch, extended no-decompression dives using air and enriched air to 40 metres/130 feet. You'll also prepare for and respond to foreseeable technical diving emergencies. Since it is part of the Tec Deep Diver course, you DSAT Tec Diver Level 1 course training will credit towards the DSAT Tec Deep Diver course.

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/deco cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit – properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas), and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Divers will read the appropriate section of their TecRec manual and answer the Knowledge Reviews prior to the practical application portion. A score of at least 80% is required on all exams.

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $800.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class

 


 

Tec Deep Course Description


Tec Deep
Purpose: The Tec Deep Diver course qualifies you to conduct decompression dives up to 165' using Air and Enriched Air.

Prerequisites:
Certification as PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Rescue Diver (or equivalent)
Tec 1 or equivalent
Minimum age of 18 years old
Certification as PADI Enriched Air Diver (or equivalent)
Certification as PADI Deep Diver (or equivalent), or have 20 logged dives deeper than 100’
At least 100 logged dives, with at least 20 dives made with Enriched Air, 25 dives deeper than 60' and 15 dives deeper than 100'.

Duration: The course will require 3-4 days of diving (including pool and open water sessions), 2-3 academic sessions, and 2 or more equipment configuration sessions.

Limits: After successful completion of the DSAT Tec Deep Diver course you'll be able to conduct gas-switch extended no-decompression dives, decompression dives and accelerated decompression dives using air and enriched air to a depth of 50 metres/165 feet. You'll also understand the hazards and risks involved in technical diving, as well as how to prepare for and handle reasonable foreseeable technical diving emergencies.

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount
Primary & secondary regulators for doubles

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/deco cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit – properly labeled
Back-up deco gas as required
BC, back plate & harness (dual bladder or dual wings unless drysuit diving)
Dive computer (single or multi-gas),and either back-up computer or timer & depth gauge
Back-up decompression information (computer, dive tables, etc.)
Exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Lights as necessary, including primary and backup
Jon line (for current diving environments)
Safety reel
(2) Slates, (1 wrist-type)
Compass
Z-knife and back-up cutting device
Spare clips, pull-ties, tank wrap bands & other rigging accessories
Back-up mask (optional)
Lift bag (100lbs min)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS
Equipment provided by Jim Wyatt:

Computer with decompression software
Oxygen analyzer
Emergency Oxygen & first aid kit
Contents labels
Forms & support materials

Divers will read the appropriate section of their TecRec manual and answer the Knowledge Reviews prior to the practical application portion. A score of at least 80% is required on all exams.

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $800.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class


Tec Trimix Course Description


Tec Trimix Diver
Purpose: For the extreme diver ready to further explore the world of technical deep diving, the gas of choice is trimix. The Tec Trimix Diver course takes you to the outer edges of technical deep diving, and opens the door to pristine dive sites few divers - if any - ever see.

Prerequisites:
Certification as a PADI Rescue Diver or a qualifying certification in diver rescue and accident management from another organization

(Students who meet this through a qualifying non-PADI certification need to provide proof of CPR and first aid training within the previous two years.)

Certification as a DSAT Tec Deep Diver or a qualifying certification in deep decompression diving using air/enriched air from another organization

(Students who qualify through a certification other than DSAT Tec Deep Diver must read the entire DSAT Tec Deep Diver Manual and complete the Knowledge Reviews before beginning the Tec Trimix Diver course)


Duration: This course is conducted over a period of 4-5 days.

Limits: The Trimix Diver course is intended to extend the available depth range for technical divers who are already trained and qualified to use air, enriched air, and oxygen for technical decompression dives to depths beyond 50 metres/165 feet in open water. The Trimix Diver course is intended for technical divers certified as DSAT Tec Deep Divers (or with an equivalent qualifying certification from another training organization). The course extends their depth range capabilities by training them in the use of trimix (a gas mix of helium, oxygen, and nitrogen).

Requirements: Each diver will be required to have a complete set of personal dive equipment, including:

Diving cylinder with at least 80 cubic feet or 2 diving cylinders at least 80 cft back mount or sidemount (minimum size of 80 cf each, preferably larger)
Primary & secondary regulators

One with a seven foot hose for air sharing
One with an SPG

(2) Stage/decompression cylinders with regulator, SPG & staging kit - properly labeled
Back-up decompression cylinders as required
BC, back plate & harness (either dual bladder or dual wings, unless drysuit diving)
Depth gauge/computer and back-up depth gauge/computer
Timing device and backup timing device
Trimix decompression information (tables/trimix computer) and backup decompression information
Appropriate exposure protection (dry suit use requires prior technical dry suit diving experience)
Weight system (if needed)
Jon line (if needed for current diving environments)
Reel
Lift bag (100 lbs min)
Knife/cutting device and backup
Wrist slate
Back-up mask (optional)
Compass
Lights (optional)

Notes:
You will need the Tec Trimix Student Manual and the Tec Deep Diver Manual.All knowledge reviews must be completed prior to starting class
A deposit of $200 per diver is required to reserve a space in this program. All dives must be completed to the Instructor's satisfaction. The Instructor reserves the right to require further training and can refuse to issue a certification card if the student's performance does not meet the course standards.

Certification: DSAT
Cost: $1,300.00
Dates: Please call or e-mail for next available class

 

General discussion regarding the DSAT Technical Diver Programs