Twin Set Diver
Although Student materials were originally due to be available at the latest by Monday 29 July 2013 they have been delivered today (16/7/13) and are now available.
How to ensure you carry sufficient gas for your planned dive and appropriate configuration methods
A central theme running through this course and a basic principle of twin-set diving is self sufficiency within a buddy diving context. This concept translates in practice as adopting an attitude and equipment provision that supports oneself as the first port of call response for resolving a problem. This course complements and support the Accelerated decompression procedures course (ADP).
Entry level is BSAC Sports Diver with depth expereince to 35m, plus 20 additional dives.
Alternatively, students must hold an acceptable diving qualification with another agency which equates to the above standards (35m).
What you’ll learn
The Twin-set Diving course has a mix of classroom-based and practical lessons, teaching you:
• Configurations, Ancillary Equipment & Failure Mode Responses
• Dive planning and monitoring
• Practical Equipment configuration
• Open Water practice
Your course pack includes all the learning materials you need for the course. The pack includes: Twin-set Diving course manual and a Qualification Card application.
How to do this course...
If you are a member:
You can do the Twin-set Diving course either at a BSAC Regional Event, at a commercial BSAC Centre or in your BSAC club. Not all clubs run their own Twin-set Diving courses, please check with your Diving Officer if you are interested.
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