BSAC’s Sport Mixed Gas Diver course is a great way to take your diving to deeper depths with greater safety and awareness.
This first step in your open-circuit mixed-gas diving training is designed to ease you into the world of technical diving. You will increase your awareness and safety by minimising the undesirable effects of narcosis and increased gas density seen in deeper air diving.
This is open to all divers and not just BSAC members.
The Sport Mixed Gas Diver course introduces an experienced Accelerated Decompression Procedures (ADP) diver to the use of trimix as a breathing gas. You will become qualified to dive such mixes to depths of up to 50m using a twin-set and single stage cylinder.
To enrol on the Sport Mixed Gas Diver Course you must be 18 years or older. You must have already successfully completed a BSAC Sport Diver course with a 35m depth certification and a BSAC ADP course (or have equivalent certification from BSAC as an Advanced Nitrox Diver, or from another recognised training agency).
You should be proficient at diving, with say 60 or more logged dives, of which 10 should have been at depths of between 30m and 35m.
This course can take place at NDAC, in the Sea or at WastWater in the Lake District – you decide.
If you’re interested please get in touch with me;