Planning technical (tec) dives down to 100 meters/ 330 feet using a Type T CCR is a complex process that you need to not only master but be able to explain to others when you become a Tec 100 CCR Instructor. Just qualifying to take the Tec 100 CCR Instructor course is a big accomplishment. Earning the Tec 100 CCR Instructor rating places you among an elite group of dive professionals who enjoy extreme adventures and can teach others to reach new depths.
Along with learning how to guide divers through meticulous dive planning and execution of 100 meter/ 300-foot dives, you’ll fine-tune your ability to configure and use four different offboard bailout systems and practice different emergency scenarios at depth. During workshops, confined water sessions, open water dives and practice teaching segments, you will demonstrate that you have role model attitude, knowledge, practical ability and tec CCR skills.
To enroll in a Tec 100 CCR Instructor course, you must:
After achieving this prestigious qualification, you could expand your horizons to becoming a PADI Freediver and pursuing a different avenue of diving, or even work towards becoming an instructor trainer in either PADI Recreational or PADI Technical diving.
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