INTRO TO TEC
Are you curious about technical diving but not sure about jumping into a course? If so, our ‘Intro to TEC’ day is ideal for you.
The day has been tailored to allow you to give technical diving a try before you commit to one of the PADI TECREC courses. You’ll get to go diving in TEC gear and take a twin set for a test dive with our experienced Technical Diving Instructors.
The day includes an explanation of the standard equipment setups for TEC diving with some insight into some of the basic TEC diving procedures. You will get the opportunity to complete two Open Water dives with our fully qualified instructors, making minor gear adjustments, so you can simply explore and get a feel for diving a twinset.
Our aim at Scuba Blue is to provide you with the right course to give you the confidence to do what you love for longer. It will also allow you to visit some of the deeper sites you have on your wish list!
With Scuba Blue, TEC Diving doesn’t need to be a mystery. Our aim is to simply demystify this area of diving. It does mean going beyond recreational scuba diving limits but, with the right knowledge, equipment and training you can have even more adventures exploring different places at deeper depths, or just spend more time on the dive sites you love.
In addition to our Intro to TEC day, we also offer the full range of PADI TECREC courses as follows:
The TEC 40 course is an entry-level course and is a fantastic introduction to doing what you love for longer. You will become conversant in the use of decompression software and be able to plan and execute decompression dives with the use of a single cylinder of decompression gas with up to 50% oxygen.
On this course you will plan and complete staged decompression dives to 45 metres. This includes the use of a single decompression gas to accelerate or add conservatism to your decompression.
This course will further develop your skills and mindset as a TEC diver. You will complete decompression dives to a maximum depth of 50 metres become and accustomed to carrying multiple stage cylinders having planned your dives using decompression software.