Tec Trimix Diver Course
This is the final module in the range of technical diving courses and it will take you to the outer edge of technical diving.
You will be able to join the ranks of the few divers qualified to explore and expand the boundaries of diving.
The course builds upon the skills and knowledge learned in the Trimix 65 course focusing on mission application, dealing with hypoxic gases, gas selection options, different decompression models as well as planning and executing complex dives in a save and precise manner while handling potential problems efficiently.
Training dives may be executed to a maximum depth of 90m / 300ft. Once certified, this course qualifies you to plan and execute hypoxic Trimix dives to 90m / 300ft and gradually build experience to dive beyond those depths.
All equipment rentals, EANx & TMx breathing gases, and tuition in open water.
To enroll in the Tec Trimix Diver course you need to meet the following requirements:
If you do not currently have the certifications and dives necessary to start the program please contact us with details of your current level and we can put together a program to meet your needs.
Duration, Price and Materials
Duration: 4 days, 4 training dives
Included: 4 Training Days including classroom sessions, confined and open water dives, cylinder rental, air fills for shallow training dives, breathing gases for instructor, certification fees.
Not included: Equipment rental, Breathing gases for student (O2 and helium calculated based on actual use).
Required materials: Tec Trimix Diver Crew Pack – $95 (student may already own it from previous training)
NB: Additional Training: All of our TEC courses are performance based. If additional/remedial training is required beyond the scheduled course duration in order to meet the performance requirements, additional training may be required as follows:
Additional Classroom day (or part thereof): $100.
Additional diving day (TEC): $200.
Additional diving day (Trimix): $250 + student and instructor gases.
Gases used and Maximum Training Depth
Gases used: Hypoxic Trimix as bottom gas, Trimix, EANx and pure oxygen for decompression
Maximum Training Depth: 90m / 300ft