Decompression Procedures Coaching

The end of three days of coaching resulted in a good long dive at Vobster Quay. People criticise using inland quarries for diving, however in my personal experience I believe that using an inland quarry for diver training is a great facility, allowing for controlled development in usually a controlled environment. I do train inContinue reading “Decompression Procedures Coaching”

Diving with a Stage

The second day at Vobster Quay has been a good one. We started with the introduction of a decompression stage to enable the diver to accelerate their decompression penalty by using a richer oxygen mix, which in turn helps expel the Nitrogen from the body. The dive went a bit Pete-tong as stress and pressureContinue reading “Diving with a Stage”

Twinset Coaching

Today I’ve been back at Vobster Quay diving centre running a twinset coaching course. The aim of the course is to introduce an existing twinset diver to the skills and drills of shutdowns and isolation. It’s something that I find a lot when a diver wants to develop their diving, carry more gas and stayContinue reading “Twinset Coaching”

Accelerated decompression procedures course day1

Today was the first day of a decompression course that I’m running at Vobster Quay inland dive site. The weather was miserable but we were getting wet anyway so that didn’t bother us. We started the day talking through cylinder setup, analysing, labelling, deployment and re-stowing it. This was a good session where if weContinue reading “Accelerated decompression procedures course day1”

Buoyancy and Trim Workshop

Today I’ve been back at Vobster Quay inland dive centre teaching a Buoyancy and trim workshop for BSAC. The aim of the course is to help develop divers and help them achieve their best buoyancy and understand the reasons why their buoyancy may not be the best. This can be due to overweighting, finning whenContinue reading “Buoyancy and Trim Workshop”

Decompression Procedures course at Vobster

Today we started a BSAC accelerated decompression procedures course at Vobster Quay dive centre. I’ve got two students who are dive fit and competent divers. Also joined by regional coach Jon Hudson who’s starting his instructor training with me. The first day is always a skills circuit, and today we spent 75minutes checking and workingContinue reading “Decompression Procedures course at Vobster”

Diving England’s Deepest Lake – Wastwater

We were greeted with a stunning morning at Turners Hall campsite. Following a brew, we packed up and headed off to Wastwater, stopping briefly at The Sawmill Cafe for some very tasty bacon baps. Arriving at the lake, Dan and I met up with Mark and Yasmin. We had a brief, checked kit, analysed everythingContinue reading “Diving England’s Deepest Lake – Wastwater”

TDI Advanced Nitrox Diving

TDI Advanced Nitrox Course qualifies divers to use enriched air nitrox from EAN 21 through EAN 100 percent to a maximum depth of 40 metres during dives that do not require staged decompression.

Tuckers Grave Inn ¦ Vobster Quay Diving ¦ Scuba Diving England’s Deepest Lake – Wastwater

Tuckers Grave Inn ¦ Vobster Quay Diving ¦ Scuba Diving England’s Deepest Lake – Wastwater