Why take part in the course?
What will you learn?
During a very intensive training consisting of an extensive theoretical and practical part, you will learn more about wreck diving. You will learn how to plan expeditions and how the search for new units looks like, as well as how to plan decompression and safe limits during wreck penetration. In the practical part of the classes you will practice various methods of searching for a wreck underwater and assessing its condition, which will decide whether you will be able to do penetration. In addition, you will practice laying guidelines and using of the reel in the emergencies. Under the guidance of your IDF Instructor you will also practice how to react to various emergency and stress situations in order to gain confidence and competence even in the most difficult situations.
What do you need to start?
- Minimum age: 18 years
- Sufficient swimming ability
- Health condition to participate in the course
- IDF CCR Diver certificate or equivalent for the rebreather model on which the training is to take place
- IDF Wreck Diver certificate or equivalent
- Minimum 50 logged in dives (with a minimum total time of 50 hours) performed using the rebreather model on which the training is to take place, including at least 20 wreck dives
What does the course look like?
What will you be entitled to after the course?
The IDF CCR Advanced Wreck Diver course entitles you to rebreather decompression diving to wrecks, with penetration.
Upon completion of the training you will receive an internationally recognized certificate confirming your qualifications. It is a plastic card with a unique number and watermark. In addition, you will receive lifelong access to an individual panel on the IDF website, where your certificate will always be available in electronic form - in case you ever forget to take the original with you for diving.