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MULTI-LEVEL DIVER SPECIALTY
As of January 1, 2017, DIVING FOR FUN will NO LONGER be offering training services. However, we wanted to continue to provide a list of the classes we offered along with course outlines as a reference for all our past customers.

Multi-Level Diver - Dive BuddysCourse Overview: Multilevel diving is your ticket to more of what you got into diving for - time underwater. You will learn how to plan a multilevel dive with your computer or eRDPML. No wonder more and more divers consider their computers as essential as their masks and regulators.

Prerequisites: Must be at least 12 years old and certified as a Junior Open Water Diver or an Open Water Diver.

Multi-Level Diver - eRDP Multi-LevelCourse Activities: Read the chapter titled "Multilevel and Computer Diving" in the Adventures in Diving Manual and complete the knowledge review located at the end of the chapter. You will learn what multilevel diving is, why you want to plan for multilevel dives, how to plan, organize, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of multilevel diving. You will cover the advantages of multilevel diving, methods of calculating multilevel dives (the Wheel and/or dive computers), review of Decompression Sickness theory, emergency decompression procedures, S.A.F.E. campaign, procedures for flying after diving, care and maintenance of dive computers. You will get to use your new knowledge during the 2 dives performed under instructor supervision.

Multi-Level Diver - Multi-Level Dive LogDownload our FREE Dive Log Filler Pages. One of the Dive Log Filler Pages was designed specifically for recording enriched air (nitrox) information along with areas to record repetitive dives. Another Dive Log Filler Page was specifically designed to record information on multi-level dives.
  • Classroom: There is one classroom session. The classroom session will cover the chapter, "Multilevel and Computer Diving" in the Adventures in Diving Manual, review your knowledge review answers, learn how to plan a multilevel dive using The Wheel and prepare you for both of the open water dives.
  • Independent Study: Read the chapter about Multilevel and Computer Diving in the Adventures in Diving Manual and complete the knowledge review located at the end of the chapter. You will need to turn in the knowledge review prior to certification or provide a copy of an Adventure Log signed by an appropriate instructor if you have already done dive one in connection with your Adventure Diver or Advanced Open Water Diver Certification.
  • Open Water Dives: The 2 open water dives are done at an area lake/scuba park or on a dive trip.
Multi-Level Diver - Dive ComputerForms Required: Students training will need to complete the three (3) forms: Liability Release, Statement of Understanding, and Medical Statement prior to entering the water.

Materials/Equipment Required: Adventures in Diving Manual. Recommended: eRDPML.

Length of Course: If you have read the Multilevel and Computer Diving chapter in the Adventures in Diving Manual, completed the knowledge review prior to coming to class then the classroom will last approximately 1 hour depending upon class size.

Related Specialties: Project AWARE, Boat Diver, Coral Reef Conservation, Deep Diver, Drift Diver, Dry Suit Diver, Enriched Air (Nitrox), Equipment Specialist, Fish ID, Multi-Level Diver, Night Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, UW Naturalist, UW Navigation, UW Digital Photo, UW Photo, UW Search & Recovery, Wreck Diver.

 OPEN WATER DIVES

Dive 1:
  • You will be given two depths and you will use the eRDPML to plan a multilevel dive based on the different depths and will be reviewed and approved by the instructor.
  • Each team will dive the planned dive and will adhere to the multilevel plan, maximum limits and/or limits of the eRDPML and/or computer.
  • Ascend at less than 18 60 feet per minute or a specified by computer (whichever is slower).
  • Demonstrate the procedure for conducting a buoyancy check while wearing a dry suit.
  • Safety stop for at least three minutes at 15 feet.
  • Exit as appropriate for environment.
Dive 1:
  • You will be given two depths and you will use the eRDPML to plan a multilevel dive based on the different depths and will be reviewed and approved by the instructor.
  • Each team will dive the planned dive and will adhere to the multilevel plan, maximum limits and/or limits of the eRDPML and/or computer.
  • Ascend at less than 18 60 feet per minute or a specified by computer (whichever is slower).
  • Demonstrate the procedure for conducting a buoyancy check while wearing a dry suit.
  • Safety stop for at least three minutes at 15 feet.
  • Exit as appropriate for environment.

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