PADI Multilevel Diver Course
If you want to extend your underwater time and maximize your dive time, then the PADI Multilevel Diver Course is great for you. In this course, you will learn a technique called multilevel diving. In this technique, bottom time between 20 to 40 metres depth can be extended in safe manner, since the nitrogen absorbed at the onset of your dive can be released later during the dive.
PADI Multilevel Diving Course
During your Multilevel Diving Course, you will particularly learn about the following:
- Nature and reasons for doing multilevel diving;
- How you can calculate for multilevel dives (procedures and techniques);
- Planning, organizing, and executing a two and three-level dive using the eRDPML, which is an electronic time table;
- Different multilevel dive calculators, including dive computers; and
- Potential problems of multilevel diving.
During the course, you will actually plan a multilevel dive profile and implement it with your instructor.
Multilevel Diver Course Requisites
To enroll in the PADI Multilevel Diver Course, you need to be at least 12 years old with a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver certification.
Multilevel Diving Course Equipment
For this course, you need your basic scuba diving equipment, a diving computer, a slate to record your dive information, and other equipment your instructor may require you to prepare.
- Multilevel diving is often performed with deep diving or wreck diving.
- You can combine Multilevel Diving with Enriched Air diving to provide the most possible longest no stop diving time.
- Your first dive in the Multilevel Diver Course may credit as an Adventure dive for your Advanced Open Water diver certification.
- This course may also be credited for the Specialty certification, which counts as one of the five specialty certifications needed for the master Scuba Diver certification.
To view the available PADI courses at Sea Explorers, see here: PADI Diving Courses Philippines