PATTAYA TECHNICAL DIVING TRAINING
The Pattaya Technical diving scene has had a global reputation for many years now, Famous for its wreck diving and deep ledges and holes out of Samae San. If you want to get into technical diving Pattaya is a great place to begin! If you haven’t already, you will need to first off take the PADI Deep Diver Course as well as take the PADI Nitrox Diver Course and log some dives using them. This are a recreational level training requirement before you can progress into Tech. For Additional Experience & Knowledge You may also want to Complete the PADI Side mount Diver Courses way before you begin to train in calculating and planning decompression tech dives. The latter two courses are a mandatory requirement to enter full technical diving, however they are Semi-Technical Dive Courses which teach you new disciplines and build a strong foundation for your technical training.
Through Semi Technical and full technical courses, you’ll discover new scuba gear and technique to using new scuba diving equipment. There’s no way around it, your dive gear gets more technical to manage the additional demands Tech diving entails. You’ll learn technical dive skills that will excel you to elite scuba diver level. Tech diving is not for everyone, if you have the commitment to learn we can teach you to one of the best! PADI Tec Rec courses are where to begin if you’re looking for the next step beyond recreational scuba diving.
Technical diving (sometimes referred to as Tech diving) is a type of scuba diving that we here at Dive Pattaya, Specialize in. We train divers to exceed the conventional limits they are used to as a recreational diver. The first and most important thing to say that TECH diving can involve more risk and potential dangers compared to recreational scuba diving. You need to train well and be committed and disciplined. With proper training and correct required equipment you’ll learn to factor in additional safety measure to reduce the risks of diving beyond recreational limits.
To define Technical scuba diving further, it includes one or more of the following:
• Diving beyond 40 meters/130 feet deep
• Required stage decompression
• Diving in an overhead environment beyond 40 linear meters/130 linear feet of the surface
• Use of accelerated decompression and or the use of variable gas mixtures during the dive