The course aims to continue what has been learned in the Overhead Fundamentals course. The program includes a theoretical part which deals with environmental assessment, risk identification, dive planning (consumption, mix volumes to be disposed and related emergencies), techniques and procedures for entering a wreck. It is also an analysis of the construction plan of the boats and related types. Then there are sessions of dry laboratories, in confined waters and finally wreck diving.
- within the safety curve
- with natural light always visible inside the visited environment
- no restrictions
- maximum depth that does not exceed the certification in possession and that in any case does not exceed 40 meters
- good visibility
- any further restrictive safety limits decided by the instructor.
|minimum course duration: 6 days
|duration of theory lessons, including dry labs: minimum 4 hours
|theory sessions: minimum 3 - instr / student ratio: 1/4
|final theoretical test: multiple choice written quiz if required
|maximum percentage of errors allowed for final theoretical verification: 20%
|exceeding the maximum percentage allowed leads to the repetition of the theory quiz within a maximum of 6 months
|dry laboratories: minimum 1
|confined water sessions: minimum 1 - instr / pupil ratio: 1/4
|dives in obstructed environment: minimum 2 - instr / student ratio: 1/2
|maximum time for completing the course: 6 months, after which the course must be repeated entirely
Cost: ask for a quotation; indicatively 1250 € for student
NOT included: mixes, instructor 'room and board' for other locations, boats if needed and extra days for training or delays due to adverse weather conditions.
Extra training day cost: 250€/day