Enrolling in a technical rebreather diving course is a great way to go beyond the limits of recreational diving in Phuket.
Aloha Diving and Kiwidiver Phuket joined forces to provide high quality technical Rebreather diving courses at a fair price. Aloha Diving owns and operates the only diving vessel which is fully suitable for technical rebreather diving as there is no fixed schedule and no dive time limitation. Kiwidiver has years of experience in teaching technical rebreather diving courses in Phuket. It is a perfect match and a win-win-win situation. We offer the full range of PADI Tec CCR courses on AP Evolution and Poseidon Mk6/Se7en.
Go beyond your limit and extend your range with a technical CCR dive course in Phuket
PADI Tec 40m CCR course
The Tec 40 CCR course is your entry into the tec diving realm. Learn the details of proper setup, predive checks, dive planning, failure and problem management and teamwork for CCR diving.
The future of deep tec diving belongs to the CCR (closed circuit rebreather) and the Tec 40 CCR course is where it all starts. If you’re interested in technical diving and want to dive a rebreather, the Tec 40 CCR course is your entry into the tec diving realm. This first level of training introduces you to Type T CCRs, which can be electronic CCRs (eCCRs) and manual CCRs (mCCRs). During the course, you focus on developing the discipline it takes to be a technical diver while learning the details of proper setup, predive checks, dive planning, failure and problem management and teamwork for CCR diving.
Be a Deep Diver or show proof of 10 dives to 30 metres/100 feet
Have a minimum of 50 logged dives, with at least 10 dives using EANx deeper than 18 metres/60 feet
PADI Tec 60m CCR course
The next step in becoming a tec CCR diver. Learn to complete multiple decompression stops, manage life-support problems, and dive with trimix/heliox as a diluent. It’s a considerable challenge.
Tec 60 CCR Diver is the second level of technical diving training with Type T CCRs. By completing the Tec 60 CCR course, you extend your CCR diving adventures down to a maximum depth of 60 metres/200 feet. You learn to complete multiple decompression stops, manage life-support problems and dive with trimix/heliox as a diluent. It’s a considerable challenge, but if you’re serious about being a tec CCR diver, then this course is your next step.
To enrol in the Tec 60 CCR course, you must be:
A Tec 40 CCR Diver qualified on the specific Type T CCR to be used in the course.
Have logged a minimum of 150 dives, with at least 25 dives and 50 hours experience diving the Type T CCR used in the course with an offboard bailout system following Tec 40 CCR Diver principles.
Have at least 10 logged CCR dives deeper than 30 metres/100 feet.
PADI Tec 45m course
Significantly more challenging than the Tec 60 CCR Diver course. You’ll learn to plan and make dives with hypoxic trimix/heliox using a Type T (technical) CCR to a max depth of 100 metres/330 feet.
Tec 100 CCR Diver is the ultimate PADI Tec CCR rating. This training is significantly more challenging than the Tec 60 CCR Diver course because it includes the use of diluents and bailout gases that are hypoxic. You’ll learn to plan and make dives with hypoxic trimix/heliox using a Type T (technical) CCR to a maximum depth of 100 metres/330 feet while managing multiple bailout cylinders and completing multiple decompression stops. Very few extreme adventurers earn this rating. Will you be one of them?
To enrol in the Tec 100 CCR course, you must:
Be a Tec 60 CCR Diver qualified on the specific Type T CCR to be used in the course
Have a minimum of 175 dives, with at least 50 dives and 100 hours experience diving the Type T CCR used in the course with an offboard bailout system. At least 25 of these dives must be multistop decompression dives deeper than 40 metres/130 feet with trimix/heliox diluent.
Other options to continue your education in Phuket / Thailand: