Specific Equipment & Enviroment Courses (S.E.E.C.)
Dry suit diver course
The 'Dry suit diver' course is a fundamentals course both for recreational divers, that want to have a good confort and the max fun during their dives, and divers that want to start technical diving.
Despite this, it's not easy to have a good dry suit course.
STDA sets the max ratio Instr/diver of 1:2.
The program develops in three steps:
- theory (development of dry suits usage, types and manufacturing material, managing of buoyancy and trim, failures management)
- confined water sessions with exercises
- minimum 2 open water dives
Recreational DPV diver
The workshop introduce recreational diver to DPV use, giving the fundamental knowledge and procedures to use them in a safe mode, in a limited range of deep and distance
The program provides a theory session, a confined water session and open watere dive.
Pre-requisites: R1 Open Water Diver or equivalent
Duration: at least 2 days
DPV diver course Mod 1
The use of a DPV in a dive is probably one of the most funny way to explore and cover long distance and visit in a relaxed manner a new or more dive spots in a single dive.
The DPV is a very useful tool; as for all these types of 'extended range equipments' is fundamental to have a good training. In this way the diver will be able to take the full advantage from his DPV including all the knowledge and skills to manage it in a safety way.
Duration: at least 3 days
Certification limit: based on ceritification hold and anyway with max 1 deco stage
Approximate cost: 350€ (extra day 80€)
Wreck diver course MOD 1