PADI Enriched Air Diver (NITROX)

PADI Enriched Air Diver (NITROX)

You drop into the crystal clear waters, decend to 16 metres, and begin to float along letting the beautiful reef float past. In what seems no time at all, you check your computer and realise you have no bottom time remaining, but still have air in your tank! What can you do ??

Why PADI Enriched Air Diver (NITROX)?

As you will know from your Open Water course, we are limited, due to the amount of nitrogen we absorb during a dive, as to the length of time we can remain at any given depth. If we reduce that amount of nitrogen and replace it with safe levels of oxygen, we are able to increase our bottom time. For those of you who are interested in the longer dives enriched air (nitrox) is the what allows you to do those longer dives!

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How do I book myself on a course?

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Course Comments...

Below are comments from previous customers who have taken this course. If you have taken this course with us within the past six months please feel free to post your comments.

"Initially chose the nitrox course to further my education and skills but found it to be so beneficial extending my dive times.

Nat delivered the course very well and made it enjoyable, also adding from his own experience.

Completed the two optional dives at NDAC on nitrox the following weekend.

Top course, Thankyou."

From Jason Cross, course taken July 2015

"Back too school for maths but no problem as this obviously blends with the course.
Enjoyed expanding my dive knowledge with this course and Ian`s knowledge is so apparent as is his ability to convey the theory.
Good to get your teeth into this course and it makes you hungry to do Advanced Nitrox."

From Alex Farah, course taken May 2009

"Thought i was finished with the maths forumlas but what a must have speciality course. but a special thanks to Ian for showing a better forumla after learning and getting to grips with the ones in the book, (But hey that is the purpose of the learning). But a big thank you Ian for your knowledge and teaching on this course. A far better understanding of the use of Nitrox for diving."

From Tim Avery, course taken March 2009

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Further information on PADI Enriched Air Diver (NITROX) (back to top)

What do I need to start?

Nitrox Course Crewpack Nitrox Course DVD PLEASE NOTE : DVD is lent to you for duration of course. Crewpack is included in course fee.

What will I do?

The bulk of the Nitrox course is covered in the classroom theory session. An understanding of all the theory must be demonstrated by passing the final exam. There is then an option to complete two supervised open water dives to further your experience and understanding. If this option is chosen, there is an additional £60 supplement to be paid.

How long will it take?

The basic Nitrox course will be run over the course of one (long!) evening. If you wish to choose the optional open water dives then these will be worked out to best suit your schedule.

What previous experience do I need?

To enrol on the Enriched Air Diver Speciality (Nitrox), you must be at least 15 years of age, and hold an Open Water Diver qualification (or equivalent form another training agency)

What do the fees include?

All professional tuition All equipment required for the course Course Manual All nitrox fills required for course Insurance costs while on the course All registration fees with PADI upon completion. All nitrox dive tables

What don't fees include?

Entry fee to dive site used for the Open Water dives Costs of transportation to and from dive sites Any personal costs (eg. food, drink, accommodation)

What's next?

Upon completion you will be able to obtain nitrox fill at any dive centre around the world.

 

This course is also the first, basic step to more advanced technical diving. This Specialty certification also counts as one of five Specialty certifications required for your Master Scuba Diver certification