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Technical diving goes beyond the limits of normal recreational diving, using specialized equipment and techniques to dive deeper for longer. Tech diving is very demanding and introduces additional complications, so isn’t for everyone. But if you are up for the challenge, qualifying as a technical diver opens up many extreme diving opportunities which few people will ever see.
Normal recreational diving is defined as:
Technical diving while is still a kind of recreational diving; as the divers are doing it for fun not as a job, (which would make them commercial divers). Hence the name PADI gives is Tec Rec, but anyway let’s not split hairs. Technical diving is:
At Simple Life Divers we offer the full range of PADI Tec diving courses.
Two routes are possible. You can take individual PADI Tec courses in sequence, advancing your skills and depth rating with each course: Tec 40 > Tec 45 > Tec 50.
Or its possible to roll all 3 courses together in one go, called the PADI Tec Deep course.
We also offer solo diver training and tec instructor:
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As part of the PADI Instructor Development Course, today Course Director Julian has had the candidates practicing running the PADI [...]