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NAUI Dive Training

NAUI Scuba Diver

This entry-level class consists of academic development via self study and instructor led classroom sessions, a series of confined water dives to help learn skills and build confidence and have fun, adventurous training dives. If you're looking for a quality Scuba Diving class that offers something more than a quick gloss-over of essentials, this is it. Classes are available per request. details...

Advanced Scuba Diver Course

We embrace NAUI's motto; "Dive safety through education." The Advanced Scuba Diver class is an excellent opportunity for divers to increase their knowledge and abilities, while gaining experience under the supervision of a NAUI professional. Read on to learn more about this excellent program. details...

Master Scuba Diver Course

The course is a continuing education certification course for divers who wish to increase their understanding and enjoyment of diving. Emphasis is on student participation and practical application of knowledge in open water after a classroom discussion of subjects. This course is an excellent progression toward NAUI Leadership roles. details...

NAUI Rescue Scuba Diver

Deep Exposure feels that this is by far one of the most important courses that you can take as a diver. The knowledge received in this course is worth its weight in gold. We strongly feel that you or your dive buddy should be proficient in scuba rescue...you just never know. details...

NAUI Enriched Air Nitrox Diver

This is course is to provide the diver with the information necessary to utilize EAN as a breathing medium. The class may be taught as a stand-alone specialty course to certified divers or the knowledge and skills training may be integrated into the NAUI Scuba Diver course. details...

PADI Dive Training

PADI Open Water Diver Course

Now is the time to dive into the PADI Open Water Diver course, the most popular dive program in the world! This is your ticket to a lifetime of intense adventure with PADI, the dive company that sets the standards in the global diving community. details...

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver

The Adventures in Diving program offers both the Adventure Diver and Advanced Open Water Diver certifications. If you complete any three adventure dives, you can earn your PADI Adventure Diver certification. If you complete your Deep Adventure Dive, Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive and three Adventure Dives for a total of five, you can earn your Advanced Open Water Diver certification. details...

PADI Rescue Diver

Rewarding and fun that best describes the PADI Rescue Diver course. This course will expand your knowledge and experience level: Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well being of other divers. Although this course is serious, it is an enjoyable way to build your confidence. details...

Divemaster

Take the first step in your dive career and become a PADI Divemaster. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, you'll expand your dive knowledge and hone your skills as you become a dive professional. PADI Divemaster training develops your leadership abilities by training you to supervise dive activities and assist instructors with student divers. details...

TDI Technical Training
Combined Training Courses

Intro to Tech

Prerequisites - 75 Logged Dives, AOW diver & Nitrox certified (Nitrox training can be combined with TDI Intro to Tech course)
Course Overview – This course is designed to provide the AOW diver the opportunity to improve their skills, knowledge and TDI Technical Equipment Configuration while advancing their techniques and building confidence. Training will give the diver insight into the rigors of technical diving and introduced them to the Applied Sciences of Technical Diving; decompression theory, dive planning, Nitrox, Oxygen use and safety & logistical considerations
Equipment – Single steel tank with H-Valve or Y-Valve, doubles, back plate / wing & harness, DIN first stage regulators with 84” & 21” hoses, one stage bottle with DIN regulator & 40” hose, lift bag and spool (all equipment listed provided)
Course Policies – 5 Hours of Classroom, 2 dives in confined water at 30 feet maximum, 2 dives 60 feet maximum depth, 2 days required
Cost - $400.00 Includes required equipment & air fills. Additional costs for Nitrox fills and boat fees

Tech I

Advanced Nitrox, Decompression Procedures & Extended Range
Prerequisites - 100 Logged Dives with 25 dives on EANx, completed TDI Intro to Tech or equivalent, must demonstrate basic diving skills needed to safely make progressively deeper dives to 150 fsw
Course Overview – This course is designed to provide divers the skills, knowledge and equipment configuration needed to make the transition from Recreational Diving to Technical Diving and is the foundation for all future progressive Technical dive training. To understand the benefits and risks associated with breathing Nitrox enriched gases up to 100% O2, provide a working knowledge of the theory, methods & procedures for planning staged decompression dives with air, Nitrox, task loading, best gas mixes, gas consumption, rule of 1/3, team dive planning, safety drills, gas sharing, gas switching, emergency procedures, lift bag deployment, situational awareness, buoyancy, trim, propulsion & communication.
Students will continue developing their understanding of the Applied Sciences of Technical Diving; decompression theory, different decompression strategies, advanced dive planning, Nitrox, O2 mixes, Additionally a continuation of dive physics & physiology; inert gas on-gassing / off-gassing, narcosis, END, CNS/OTU’s, hypoxia, hyperoxia, CO2, MOD, hypothermia, hyperthermia and PPO2 considerations.
Equipment – Doubles, back plate / wing & harness, high performance regulators with DIN first stages, one with 7’ LP hose & one with 21” LP hoses & necklace, metal SPG on a 24” HP hose, one DIN stage bottle regulator with 40” LP hose & gauge, 50# lift bag, spool/reel, bottom timer, depth gauge, 2 gas dive computer optional, one back up light, dive tables, one cutting device, wet notes, wrist slate, adequate exposure protection for water temperature and extended dive times
Course Policies – 5 days required, 20 hours of classroom, 12 total dives, 3 dives in confined water at 30 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 60 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 100 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 120 fsw, 3 dives to 150 fsw maximum depth, all dives with END @ 100 feet, PPO2 at 1.3 bottom mix, 1.6 PPO2 deco mix
Cost - $1,500.00 includes tank rentals, additional costs for all gas fills Air, O2 & Nitrox, gas for student & Instructor, equipment rentals & boat fees

Tech II

Tri-Mix I (Normoxic)
Prerequisites - 125 Logged dives with 10 decompression dives, completed TDI Advanced Nitrox, Decompression Procedures & Extended Range or equivalent, must demonstrate basic diving skills to safely make progressively deeper dives to 200 fsw
Course Overview – This course is designed to provide divers the skills, knowledge and equipment configuration needed to minimize the risk associated with utilizing Helium based Tri-Mix breathing gas mixes requiring staged decompression with EANx and/or 100% Oxygen during decompression without direct supervision to depths and conditions similar to those of training. To acquire added in-depth knowledge and understand of all concepts, procedures and methods in TECH I training as well as expanding the skills and speeds in which these skills are preformed. Training in the use of travel mixes, air breaks, advanced decompression strategies, up lines, down lines, decompression software, multi gas dive computers, equipment redundancy, dive emergencies, team member rescue, self rescue, medical & health aspects, dive math, isobaric counter diffusion, task loading, best gas mixes, gas consumption, rule of 1/3, team dive planning, safety drills, gas sharing, gas switching, emergency procedures, lift bag deployment, situational awareness, buoyancy, trim, propulsion & communication.
Students will continue developing their understanding of the Applied Sciences of Technical Diving; decompression theory, different decompression strategies, advanced dive planning, Nitrox, HE & O2 mixes, Additionally a continuation of dive physics & physiology; RGBM, inert gas on-gassing / off-gassing, narcosis, oxygen toxicity, oxygen window, END, CNS/OTU’s, hypoxia, hypercapnia, hyperoxia, inert gas perfusion, inert gas diffusion, CO2 effects, MOD, HPNS, hypothermia, hyperthermia and PPO2 considerations.
Equipment – Doubles, back plate / wing & harness, high performance regulators with DIN first stages, one with 7’ LP hose & one with 21” LP hoses & necklace, metal SPG on a 24” HP hose, two DIN stage bottle regulators with 40” LP hose & gauge, 50# lift bag, spool/reel, bottom timer, depth gauge, multi gas dive computer optional, two back up lights, primary light optional, dive tables, cutting device, back up mask, wet notes, wrist slate, adequate exposure protection for water temperature and extended dive times
Course Policies – 5 days required, 12 hours of classroom, 10 total dives, 2 dives in confined water at 30 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 100 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 160 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 180 fsw, 2 dives to 200 fsw maximum depth, all dives with END @ 100 feet, PPO2 at 1.3 bottom mix, 1.6 PPO2 deco mix
Cost - $1,200.00 includes tank rentals, additional costs for all gas fills Air, O2, Nitrox & Tri-Mix for student & Instructor (based on the number of students), equipment rentals & boat fees

Tech III

Tri-Mix I (Hypoxic)
Prerequisites - 150 Logged dives with 25 decompression dives, completed TDI Tech II or equivalent, must demonstrate basic diving skills to safely make progressively deeper dives to 250 fsw
Course Overview – This course is designed to provide divers the skills, knowledge and equipment configuration needed to minimize the risk associated with utilizing Helium based Tri-Mix breathing gas mixes requiring staged decompression with EANx and/or 100% Oxygen during decompression without direct supervision to depths and conditions similar to those of training. To acquire added in-depth knowledge and understand of all concepts, procedures and methods in TECH II training as well as expanding the skills and speeds in which the skills are preformed. Training in the use of travel mixes, air breaks, advanced decompression strategies, decompression software, multi gas dive computers, equipment redundancy, dive emergencies, team member rescue, self rescue, lost gas drills, perceptual narrowing, Jon-Lines, time pressure, medical & health aspects, dive math, task loading, best gas mixes, gas consumption, team dive planning, safety drills, gas sharing, gas switching, emergency procedures, lift bag deployment, situational awareness, buoyancy, trim, propulsion & communication.
Students will continue developing their understanding of the Applied Sciences of Technical Diving; decompression theory, different decompression strategies, advanced dive planning, Nitrox, HE & O2 mixes, Additionally a continuation of dive physics & physiology; RGBM tables, Buhlmann tables, inert gas on-gassing / off-gassing, tissue gas tensions, 5 minute neuro exam, narcosis, oxygen toxicity, oxygen window, END, CNS/OTU’s, hypoxia, hypercapnia, hyperoxia, isobaric counter diffusion, inert gas perfusion, inert gas diffusion, CO2 effects, MOD, HPNS, hypothermia, hyperthermia and PPO2 considerations.
Equipment – Doubles, back plate / wing & harness, high performance regulators with DIN first stages, one with 7’ LP hose & one with 21” LP hoses & necklace, metal SPG on a 24” HP hose, two DIN stage bottle regulators with 40” LP hose & gauge, 50# lift bag, spool/reel, bottom timer, depth gauge, multi gas dive computer optional, two back up lights, primary light optional, dive tables, cutting device, back up mask, wet notes, wrist slate, adequate exposure protection for water temperature and extended dive times
Course Policies – 4 days required, 6 hours of classroom, 8 total dives, 1 dive in confined water at 30 fsw, 1 dive deeper than 120 fsw, 1 dive deeper than 180 fsw, 2 dives deeper than 200 fsw, 3 dives to 250 fsw with a maximum depth of 330fsw, all dives with END @ 100 feet, PPO2 at 1.3 bottom mix, 1.6 PPO2 deco mix
Cost - $800.00 includes tank rentals, additional costs for all gas fills Air, O2, Nitrox & Tri-Mix for student & Instructor (based on the number of students), equipment rentals & boat fees


Individual Training Courses

  Intro to Tech $400.00
  Advanced Nitrox $600.00
  Decompression Procedures $500.00
  Extended Range $400.00
  Trimix $1,200.00
  Advanced Trimix $800.00

Deep Exposure Technical Dive Training Price Structure

  Course Single Student 2 x Students 3 x Students 4 x Students
  Intro to Tech $400 $350 $300 $250
  Tech I $1,500 $1,250 $1,150 $1,050
  Tech II $1,200 $1,000 $900 $800
  Tech III $800 $700 $675 $650
  Cost per Student $3,900 $3,300 $3,025 $2,750
  Cost per Class $3,900 $6,600 $9,075 $11,000

Deep Exposure Technical Dive Training Estimated Cost

  Course Single Student Boat Fees Student Gas Equipment Rentals Estimated
Total Cost
  Intro to Tech $400 $150 $30 $0 $580
  Tech I $1,500 $465 $200 $150 $2,315
  Tech II $1,200 $400 $775 $200 $2,575
  Tech III $800 $350 $1,100 $200 $2,450
  Cost per Student $3,900 $1,365 $2,105 $550 $7,920


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