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Rebreather courses

The full range of IANTD Closed Circuit Rebreather training programs can be conducted on the following range of rebreathers...

  • AP Valves - Inspiration Classic & Vision
  • AP Valves - Evolution

For each of these units, the following courses are available...

MOD1 - Nitrox CCR

£600 Five Days

The course trains the diver in the theory and practical necessary to safely dive using a closed circuit rebreather in the sport diving range. The You will learn how to strip down, prepare and check the rebreather and how to conduct pre dive safety procedures before each dive and then develop your skills from confined to open water using the rebreather.


The course runs over 5 days and will cover between 9 and 10 hours of in water time on the rebreather over a minimum of 8 dives, all theory and various practical training sessions.

MOD2 - Technical Nitrox CCR

£300 Four Days

The course takes the diver the next step in their closed circuit training to cover decompression diving in the extended range. Along with review of closed circuit procedures learnt in Module 1 you will gain the skills and knowledge to extend your closed circuit diving safely. A significant part of the course covers the bailout equipment and procedures necessary to take the diver into the extended range environment whilst using closed circuit equipment.


The Technical Nitrox module 2 course runs over 4 days during which time you will complete a minimum of 5 dives, all theory and various practical training sessions.

MOD2 - Normoxic Trimix CCR

£500 Five Days

The Normoxic Trimix module 2 course runs over 5 days which covers the skills and knowledge for Normoxic Trimix dives in addition to the Technical Nitrox module 2 content listed above.

MOD3 - Trimix CCR

£500 Five Days

The course trains the diver to use closed circuit rebreather in the Full Trimix depth range and concentrates on the bailout requirements and planning to dive safely in this environment.


The course runs over 5 days during which time you will complete a minimum of 6 dives with a minimum of 300 minutes of in water time, all theory and various practical training sessions.