Sunday, March 01, 2009
Surface Supplied Diver Training - Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI) Specialty Courses in Jacksonville, Illinois
Surface Supplied Diver Training - Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI) Specialty Courses in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Dates: March 21 - 29, 2009
Required Training Dives
Operation of the Console
Minimum Course Hours
Open Water Dives/Exercises/Scenarios
TDI Log Books filled out and signed by the instructor
This course is five long days. We are starting in the morning on the first day. We will get the paperwork concluded, then we go through the materials and the hands-on session using the Superlite 27's, or AGA's if you have/use them, then to the confined water.
Then the next day we head to the "nice water" and each diver makes two separate dives, then tends and then uses the console. This is on a rotating basis. If you have non-divers we take them though everything except the confined water and in water activities. I do have them try on the helmets to get the idea of what their divers go through.
Then on the following day we go to the "yukky water" and each diver makes two separate dives, then tends and then operates the console.
Depending on equipment and numbers of students, we usually get done late afternoon on that day, in time to travel.
This course will continue all day with more dives at two different locations.
Costs are for the text, materials, certification fees, Jacksonville/Morgan County Dive Team. I do have group rates depending on the number of students.
The course is to be held in Jacksonville, IL, as that is where the equipment is located.
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