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Technical & Exploration Training


Technical SafeAir Diver (TSD Level 3)

Technical SafeAir Diver is the first ANDI program to cover the specific information and skills necessary to perform stage-stop required, “technical” decompression diving while minimizing the associated risk factors.

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Cave Diver (CAV Level 3)

ANDI Cave Diver is a Level 3program expanding on the skills developed in the CVN program by introducing penetration techniques and utilizing decompression procedures while operating in an overhead environment.

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Technical Wreck Diver (TWD Level 3)

ANDI Technical Wreck Diver is a Level 3program expanding on the skills developed in the SWD program by introducing penetration techniques and utilizing decompression procedures while wreck diving.

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Technical TriMix (TTM Level 3)

ANDI Technical TriMix course expands on the applications and procedures of the TSD course by introducing the use of Helium (minimum of 16%).

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Extended Range Diver (ERD Level 4)

ANDI Extended Range Diver program is designed to bridge the gap between the advanced / decompression diver and the deep explorer. The ERD program is a diving oriented course with extensive practical diving included.

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TriMix Exploration Diver (TMD Level 5)

TriMix Exploration Diver Level 5 will have the ability to control both the narcosis and oxygen equations which must be considered when diving to deeper depths (up to 100msw).

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Rebreather Explorer (ERE Level 4-5)

ANDI Rebreather Explorer is an extensive training program consisting of some 30-hours of theory and between six and 10 dives to prepare the Technical Rebreather diver for the use of Helium and other possible gases in deep exploration.

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Cave Explorer (CVX Level 4-5)

Cave Explorer Level 4-5 are similar to the progression of gas use for ERD & TMD. These programs provide the application experience for decompression and eventually the use of Helium while operating in an overhead environment.

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