Rebreather courses

JJ-CCR Rebreather Air Diluent IART Course

The IART JJ- CCR Air Diluent course  is the basic entry level certification for Closed Circuit Rebreather diving. The objective of the course is to train divers in the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for diving on a CCR to a maximum depth of 30m.

Price € 1000 

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

Using the latest in technology CCR’s to maximize your gas supply of Nitrox and provide the optimum breathing gas for any depth by maintaining a constant partial pressure of oxygen (PPO2). During the dives (minimum of six) you’ll learn all the necessary  skills to conduct CCR dives to a maximum depth of 30m.

SKILLS INCLUDES

Setup and maintenance of the unit 

Loop volume management   

Calibration of electronics 

Emergency procedures 

Buoyancy control 

CNS tracking

QUALIFICATION GAINED

Upon successful completion, you will be able to perform dives using the specific rebreather you were taught on, to a maximum depth of 30m, using an air diluent with no decompression allowed.

PRE-REQUISITES

be a minimum age of 18 years 

hold a certification Nitrox Diver or equivalent (this can be combined into the course)

have a minimum of 20 logged open water dives.

COURSE STRUCTURE

5-days. With classroom, confined water session and 8 open water dives. 420 minutes underwater time required for certification.

EQUIPMENT

You will need your own full set of diving kit; use of unit included, gasses, sofnolime, licence.

JJ-CCR Rebreather mixed gas diluent IART course

The IART JJ- CCR Mixed Gas course is your next step into closed circuit rebreather diving,with the addition of helium as a diluent gas. The objective of the course is to train divers in the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for CCR mixed gas diving, and to develop skills suitable for CCR technical diving to a maximum of 60m.

Price € 800 

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

Using the latest in technology CCR’s maximize your gas supply and provide the optimum breathing gas for any depth by maintaining a constant partial pressure of oxygenn (PPO2). During the dives (minimum of six) you’ll learn all the nesscery skills to conduct CCR dives using helium as a diluent gas and oxygen levels as low as 16% to a maximum depth of 60m.

SKILLS INCLUDES

Calculating off-board gas requirements 

Recovering from system failure 

Calibration of electronics 

Emergency procedures 

Removing and replacing off-board gases 

Surface marker buoy deployment

QUALIFICATION GAINED

Upon successful completion, you will be able to perform dives using the specific rebreather you were taught on, to a maximum depth of 60m, using a mixed gas diluent containing a minimum of 16% Oxygen.

PRE-REQUISITES

 be a minimum age of 18 years 

hold a  CCR Air Diluent Decompression Procedures Diver certification or equivalent 

Provide a verified log of a minimum of 50 rebreather hours distributed over a minimum of 50 dives on the specific rebreather; 50 percent deeper than 20 metres. All must be deeper than 9 metres 

If the diver has 50 hours on another CCR unit recognized, only 25 hours are required to be on the specific unit

COURSE STRUCTURE

5-days with 6 dives. 1 dive will be for skill refresher and equipment configuration while the remaining 5 will all be carried out using mixed gas and deeper than 40m. 360 minutes underwater time required for certification.

JJ-CCR Rebreather mixed gas diluent IART course

The JJ-CCR 3 level course develops in the partecipant the required abilities, knowledge and techniques conduct decompression dives safety and responsably with CCR using a Hipoxic diluent to a maximum 90 meters. The course prepares the student for the safe and responsable execution of decompression dives using helium mixed gas as diluent. All theoretical and pratical aspect of trimix diving or heliox related to the JJ-CCR amongst other themes the teory covers: phisiological and psycological aspects of mixed gas diving, decompression planning, equipment configuration for multiple bailout cylinders, use of baiout gasses, safe and dive practices and emergency procedures with CCR.

The training dives include the proper planning, gas analysis and labelling, equipment familiarization (removal, replacement and use of travel/ deco mix bailout stage) emergency amnd out-of-gas procedures, ascent reel and lift bag deployment and proper CCR decompression techniques. The training reflects the standards required by the manufaturer of the rebreather; IART is authorized by the manufacturer to conduct this training. The IART level III course manual is constantly revised and improved in consultation with the manufacturer to reflect new developments resulting from technical improvements or gained through dive experience.
Partecipant will receive the current edition from your IART JJ-CCR instructor.

Price € 800 

COURSE STRUCTURE

Minimum 5 days;
6 dives, maximum depth 90 mt.