Introduction to Technical Diving
The NAUI Introduction to Technical Diving course (Intro to Tech) introduces recreational divers to the rigors and discipline of technical diving, and is a great preparatory course if you are considering specific technical diver training, such as cave or decompression diving, or are interested in streamlining your equipment configuration for maximum efficiency.
The NAUI Helitrox Diver course provides the training and experience necessary to understand the hazards of utilizing helium-enriched EANx for dives to depths not exceeding 150 fsw (46 msw) that may require staged decompression, utilizing EANx mixtures and/or oxygen during decompression.
Trimix Diver (Normoxic)
The NAUI Trimix Diver course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to minimize the risks of utilizing helium-based trimix breathing gas mixtures for dives to depths not exceeding 200 fsw (61 msw) requiring staged decompression and utilizing EANx mixtures and/or oxygen during decompression.
Technical Support Leader
The NAUI Technical Support Leader (TSL) course trains knowledgeable NAUI Instructors, Divemasters, and Assistant Instructors who are also technical divers to act as part of a support team for technical diving, training activities, and guiding technical dives that are not in an overhead environment.
Mixed Gas Blender and O2 Service Tech
With the Mixed Gas Blender and Oxygen Service Technician course, you will analyze the resulting breathing gas mixtures from your own breathing gas blending practice and master the breathing gas blending system used in training.