THE DIVE STATION/FLORIDA DIVING INSTITUTE OFFERS TWO PROFESSIONAL COURSES THAT INCLUDE SEVERAL TEC DIVER & INSTRUCTOR CLASSES INTO ONE COURSE:
TD-303 PADI TecRec Rebreather diver/instructor course
- Rebreather Diver
- Advanced Rebreather
- Rebreather Instructor
This course is 264 hours over a period of 30 days.
TD-301 PADI Technical Diver/Instructor Course
- Includes Tec Deep (Tec 40, 45, 50)
- Tec Trimix 65
- Tec Trimix Diver
- Tec Gas Blender
- Tec Sidemount
- Tec Instructor
- Tec Deep Instructor
- Tec Sidemount Instructor
- Tec Gas Blender Instructor
This course is 309 hours over a period of 35 days.
Why would I want to be a Tec diver?
Many spectacular, untouched wrecks lie at depths well below 40 meters/130 feet. Deep reefs have organisms you don’t find in the shallows. Some people enjoy the challenge and focus Tec diving requires. Still others love being involved with cutting edge technologies. These reasons make Tec diving rewarding.
However, you can be an accomplished, avid top-notch diver your entire life without making a Tec dive. Tec diving does require significantly more effort, discipline and equipment, which means it’s not for everyone.
For more info about PADI's Tec offerings, visit the TecRec Blog.
For any information on Tec and Rebreather courses, please contact Tyler Hammel, Owner and Course Director of The Dive Station & Florida Diving Institute.