The Tec 40 CCR course covers planing and making dives using air diluent and air or
enriched air nitrox bailout gas on Type T closed circuit rebreathers to a maximum depth
of 40 metres with a single decompression stop of no more than 10 minutes.
Tec 40 CCR Diver is the first level of training that addresses technical diving
with Type T CCRs. This training is significantly more challenging than recreational rebreather diving
because divers learn to be both a tec diver as well as learning to tec dive with a CCR.
The course includes four modules of knowledge development, five practical applications
and 8 training dives. Theory is covering the tec diving phylosophy and approach, basic functions of CCRs,
equipment selection and configuration, CCR setup, predive checks and CCR diving. During the practical applications,
you'll cover CCR assembly, dissassembly, checks and planning. Confined and open water diving sessions should
give you a minimum total bottom time of 500 minutes whereas the planned dive depth must be within
the range specified for training each dive.
- PADI Advanced Open Water Diver, Enriched Air Diver, Deep Diver or
proof of 10 dives to 30 metres; PADI Rescue Diver (prior to Training Dive 5).
- 30 logged dives, at least 10 using EANx deeper than 18 metres;
50 logged dives prior to certification.
- 18 years old.
5 days, four modules of knowledge development, five practical applications,
2 confined water or limited open water, 6 open water dives.
PADI Tec 40 Diver Manual, TecRec CCR Predive Checklist Slate,
manufacturer's literature and checklist (if applicable) as well as other support
literature for rebreather used in the course.