PADI Explorer Rebreather and Advanced Rebreather Diver
- What will I learn on this course?
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- What courses are available after this one?
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What will I learn on this course?
The PADI Rebreather and Advanced Rebreather Diver Combined Course is designed for PADI Rebreather Divers to certify in the use of the Hollis Explorer Rebreather, but saving on both time and money. At the end of the course you will have participated in the theory and practical sessions from both the Rebreather and Advanced Rebreather courses. You will perform 6 dives throughout the course, with each dive having double the number of skills practised per dive. Each dive will last longer than that of the Rebreather course, but at the end of those dives, you will have learnt the necessary skills to dive the Hollis Explorer Rebreather to a depth of 30m. If you've completed the PADI Deep Speciality, you will be further qualified to dive to 40m. Our courses are based on small groups, giving more one-to-one style interactions with your instructor, delivering quality training that you can be confident in.
Advanced courses also include training in bailout cylinder use and emergency decompression procedures.
What is included in the PADI Rebreather Diver Course?
- A 3~4 day course on the use of the Hollis Explorer Rebreather, based on 2~3 dives per day. Courses are performance based so can take longer in some circumstances.
- Engaging theory sessions with lots of hands-on experience and discussion on the do's and don'ts. All general aspects of using and diving the Hollis Explorer are included in the learning
- PADI Pre-Dive Slate and course DVD
- PADI Rebreather and Rebreather Combined Manual
- PDF Version of the Hollis Explorer Manual ( Download Here )
- If you're packing your own scrubber, we'll also include a free PADI Scrubber Packing Model
- Training on the optional Co2 sensor is also included
Divers wishing to book a Rebreather Experience should check that the following checklist is applicable.
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have completed a PADI Open Water Diver Course or above (or qualifying certifications from a recognised Scuba organisation)
- Have previously completed 25 dives.
- Be qualified as a PADI Enriched Air Diver
- Complete a Medical Questionnaire
For safety, all students must complete a brief Scuba Medical Questionnaire that asks about medical conditions that could interfere with diving. Simply complete the form and if nothing applies to you, you're ready to dive. If however any of the questions do apply to you, as a safety precaution your Doctor must assess the condition and sign a medical form that confirms that you are fit to dive.
What's next after I complete the course?
Once you have completed your PADI Advanced Rebreather Course, you can then diversify your skills with additional PADI Specialities which can give you the additional skills needed to tailor your diving experiences. Dive from a surface vessel with the PADI Boat Diver speciality, or take advantage of bubble free diving with the PADI Digital Underwater Photography Speciality.
PADI Master Scuba Diver Challenge
Don't forget that time spent diving on the Hollis Explorer Rebreather can also be counted towards your Master Scuba Diver rating.
- Participants must be at least 18 years of age
- Have completed a PADI Open Water Diver Course or above (or qualifying certifications from a recognised Scuba organisation) and logged 25 dives.
- 6 dives are included in this course
- You will need to also bring diving attire including Mask / Fins and weather dependant, a Wetsuit / Drysuit.
- If you don't own your own Mask, Fins, Wetsuit, Drysuit, or need any other equipment, why not check our a selection in our Dive Shop
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