Deep diving opens the door to many new exciting dive sites like deeper wrecks, reefs and walls. As a rule, divers tend to be adventurous people, and deep diving – whether to visit a wreck or take photos – can certainly be called adventurous.

It’s only natural that divers have some interest in deep diving. The philosophy of this course is to teach your students to make smart decisions for a stress free, deep diving experience with an emphasis on safety. You will learn how to teach divers to develop the techniques involved in deep diving within recreational limits (to a max depth of 40 metres/130 feet) while avoiding disturbing delicate marine life.

You will learn how to teach diver knowledge about deep dive planning and organization, the basics of deep diving, hazards to avoid, deep diving support equipment, and how to interact responsibly with the aquatic life they’ll see while deep diving.