RAID Rebreather Diver Level 2 Course with DIVE Northampton
Fun Educational Dives in the World of Adventure. This core rebreather programme will improve your dive skills and build your knowledge.
PURPOSE OF THE COURSE
This exciting development course is designed to train students with experience and qualifications in Open Circuit diving in the safe use and technology of Rebreather diving with no decompression, up to 1.2 PPO2 and to a maximum depth of 30 metres/99 feet. It allows you to build on the Open Circuit experience that you have already gained and crossover at an appropriate level on a Rebreather without having to start from 18/20 metres.
Subject to the General Diving Standards, this may change without notice;
To be a minimum of 15 years old
Completed and passed Level 2 academic section Quick Quiz and Exam.
Have a minimum of 8 hours logged in water time (confined and open water) on open circuit.
Complete, to the satisfaction of the instructor, the minimum in water rebreather Level 1 skills. The instructor is to evaluate these skills.
Certification or equivalent certification from a recognised training agency
If are not sure which rebreather you wish to learn on contact us to discuss this aspect
Documented proof of prerequisite requirements needs to be presented to the appointed Dive Centre for approval prior to any in water training.
The RAID system is a comprehensive programme designed for a variety of rebreather units. The core level of education covers aspects which are common to all rebreathers and the unit specific speciality programmes cover information which is unique to the rebreather of your choice.
To start and qualify as a Rebreather diver you need to have completed both the core rebreather level and a unit specific Speciality course.
For further education within the training system, you may continue with the next core rebreather level. The unit speciality course for each rebreather only needs to be completed once.
On-line e-learning academic presentations, quizzes, exam and practical skills as detailed.
Confined and open water sessions as detailed, totalling a minimum of 6 hours logged underwater on a Registered rebreather of which 5 hours are in an open water environment.
If applicable, complete in addition, the requirements as detailed in the speciality rebreather programme.
On-line confined and open water skills sign off.
The student will be required to complete a quick written quiz with the Instructor prior to the commencement of any in water training
IN WATER TRAINING
Waterman ship skills review
Open Water - Six qualifying skills:
Diver Buoyancy Control
Search and Discovery
Night or Low Visibility
Deep Limited 30 metres/99 feet
To be certified, the student must have completed a minimum of 6 hours logged underwater training time on a rebreather and if applicable, additional time as specified in the specific rebreather programme.
All confined and open water skills have been acknowledged and accepted on-line (through the web site sign off) as mastered by the certifying Instructor and student.
Certification is completed by the Dive Centre on completion of the on-line sign off.
£295 in addition to the Online Registration Fee
(plus £100 for the Core Rebreather Speciality for Open Circuit Cross-Over)
To Book, complete your Registration, complete your online theory, assign DIVE Northampton as your selected Centre and contact us here at DIVE Northampton to book your Dive.
Click on the RAID link or the picture below to access the RAID site.