Today we’ve been in Hodge Close quarry doing rescue skills and scenarios. We ran several different scenarios including lost diver, controlled buoyant lift, diver cramps, basic life support, alternative source assents, treating DCI, recovering injured divers out of the quarry via a rope assisted climb and much more. Overall it was a great day, fullContinue reading “Hodge Close Diving, and an Evening Bimble in Dalegarth Bridge Gorge”
Today I’m based in the Lake District diving in Coniston Water. I’ve not been before so it was a lovely location diving in dark yet clear waters. We dived out of Bailiff Woods, which is a small carpark on the eastern shore. Great diving with depths of 40mtr + The aim was to help withContinue reading “Rescue Skills & Diving Coniston Water”
Road trip north for working in the Lake District…
A great day diving in a back up location due to poor weather in West Wales.
Teaching open water training course today… keeps my skills honed and develops a new breed of divers.
A couple of days in North Wales recently, diving through Cambrian
and Aberlas Slate Mines near Llangollen.
A customized course from IANTD offering an indepth look at gas use, breathing, gear configuration, linking physical and mental performance.
First Aid Training ¦ Scavenger Dive Boat Wreck Diving ¦ Trimix Diving ¦ Welsh Fisheries ¦ Family Fun…
Adventures with Mark Vol 25. This was a good week – I’ve been helping develop a dive leader and focus on dive management and dive planning in adventurous and exploratory diving situations. We spent some time refreshing rescue skills at Vobster Quay, then a day in Cosmeston lakes near Cardiff perfecting some skills. Then aContinue reading “Cosmeston Lake ¦ Keepers Pond ¦ Tirpentwys Quarry ¦ Oxwich Bay ¦ Legoland ¦ SeaLife ¦ Warwick Castle”
Search and Recovery divers can be very useful, we recovered a 24ct gold wedding ring from Romney Lock on the River Thames, learn how to do it yourselves.