Expert Dry Suit Dive Training
Duration – 3 Days (24 hours)
Recommended for – Current Public Safety Scuba Instructors and Dive Rescue I Trainers
- Sponsorship by a public safety agency, current Public Safety Scuba Instructor or current Dive Rescue I Trainer
- 21 years of age
- 10 Dry Suit dives
- Current First Aid certificaton
- Current CPR certification
- Paramedic or EMT certification is applicable
Course Registration Form
Without the proper protection from your potentially hazardous diving environment your rescue/recovery operation may be hindered or even worse, halted. One of the first steps to preparing for contaminated water or ice diving is learning how to dive in a dry suit.
The Dry Suit Diving Trainer program is conducted in a classroom, pool and an open-water site to allow students to practice their new skills in a controlled environment before the field scenarios.
- Dry Suit History
- Types of Dry Suits
- Dry Suit Accessories
- Proper Sizing and Custom Adjustments
- Emergency Procedures
- Repairs, Care and Maintenance.
Note To Applicants
This program is designed for personnel who are physically fit. Participants are encouraged to participate after successfully completing the IADRS Watermanship Test or testing to a fitness level of 13 MET (Metabolic Equivalents) or greater. Participants with aerobic fitness questions or concerns should consult their physician prior to in-water training.