Program of 420 hours:
204 theoretical hours + 224 practical hours
Monday to Friday, from 8 to 18 h
This level increases the ability of divers to act up to a maximum depth of 60 metres with the use of specific equipment with surface air supply.
It incorporates the protocols of safety and access to immersion by wet bell system.
It includes the modules related to diving specialities approved at state level:
The aim of this course is to provide students the ability to plan and to carry out in a safe and competent way the intervention immersions. Thus they can work in a hyperbaric and underwater environment, up to an absolute pressure of 7 bars or 60 metres using an air breathing system, with autonomous equipment and surface supply, and applying the decompression protocols and the appropriate safety regulations.
In addition, it is given to the student the responsibility to act as the team chief of a diving intervention and to carry out works required by underwater specialities.
Students are required to: