Normoxic trimix training is accessible to all divers wishing to dive to depths greater than 50 with decompression using gas mixtures.
It consists of breathing a mixture of oxygen/nitrogen/helium which reduces the effect of narcosis.
The advantage of the normoxic training is that you can dive with your classic recreational diving configuration (15 L).
The training will prepare you to use new equipment, plan your dives using decompression software and apply safety procedures.
This course provides the experience and skills necessary to safely dive with heliumcontaining mixes to a maximum depth of 100 meters and require decompression stops with nitrox and/or oxygen mixtures.
The objective of the course is to train divers regarding the benefits, risks and proper procedures of diving with oxygen/helium/nitrogen mixtures at great depths.
The Closed Circuit Rebreather Air Diluent Diver program is designed to provide rebreather divers with the necessary training to safely plan and conduct decompression dives using air as a diluent gas in the 0-40m zone. You can follow this training on the following brands: mCCR Triton or AP Diving Evolution, according to your preferences.
Price: 900 euros if you have your own rebreather.
Possibility to rent the machine: 200€ for the duration of the training (limited number)
Closed circuit rebreather divers diluting air on another model can acquire a specific qualification on another rebreather model via a cross-over training consisting only of the specific part of the new rebreather.
Price : 500 euros if you have your own rebreather.
Possibility of renting the machine: 125€ for the duration of the training (limited number)
Triton – Duration 1/2 day (1 dive).
Price : 120 euros
Plus an 80 € discount on rebreather training within 12 months.
The objective of this training is to improve your range of action, it is also recommended for
the Trimix or rebreather diver. It increases safety in case of strong current and can be useful
Price : 110 euros
This course is for your first contact with tech diving. It is a preamble to the confirmed Nitrox
courses and decompression procedures. The goal of this course is to familiarize the students
with the material configurations of tech diving, to perfect the fundamentals (such as buoyancy
and perception of the environment), and to introduce divers to the technique of planning