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PADI Tec 50

PADI Tec 50

PADI Tec 50 Course Training in Phuket, Thailand with Aussie Divers Phuket

The PADI Tec 50 course completes your training as an entry-level tec diver, taking you past the limits of recreational diving.

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What You’ll Learn

During the PADI Tec 50 course, you

  • Make actual decompression dives as deep as 50 metres
  • Use enriched air nitrox and/or oxygen for decompression
  • Use desk top decompression software to create custom dive tables and plan your dives
  • Qualify to make technical decompression dives independently

The Scuba Gear You’ll Use

You use technical scuba diving equipment

The Learning Materials You’ll Need

The Tec Deep Diver Crew-Pak, which introduces you to tec diving lingo, emergency procedures, decompression and stage cylinder handling and gas planning. The crew-pak includes a manual, dive planning checklist and dive planning slate. The optional Equipment Set-up and Key Skills video on DVD is a great tool to help you practice at home in between your tec diving adventures.

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Prerequisites

You must be:

Have a minimum of 100 logged dives, of which

  • 20 dives must be enriched air dives
  • 25 dives must be deeper than 18 metres (at least 20 dives must be deeper than 30 metres)
  • At least 18 years old
  • Have a medical statement signed by a physician
  • Contact Aussie Divers Phuket about a TecRec Course

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