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Cavern Kurs

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PADI - Cavern Diver:

This course is designed to be an introduction to cavern diving and to help the student diver develop the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary for cavern diving.

Prerequisites
To qualify for the Cavern Diver course, an individual must:
  1. Be certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or have a qualifying certification from another training organization.
  2. Be 18 years of age or older.
  3. CourseDuration: 2 days

Considerations for PADI Cavern Training Dives
Cavern diving is defined as any dive conducted within the light zone of a cave. Cave diving is any dive conducted beyond the light zone of a cave. The light zone of a cave is defined as that part of the cave from which natural light illuminating the entrance is visible at all times.
The Cavern Diver course includes four training dives, which are to be conducted over at least two days. The minimum number of recommended hours is 24, with time being equally divided between knowledge development and actual predive preparation and water-training sessions. The first dive is to be conducted in open water, practicing the use of lines and reels and emergency procedures. The final three dives are to be conducted in the cavern environment. Penetration training dives are limited to within the light zone and within 40 meters/130 feet from the surface, vertical and horizontal distance included.

COURSE OVERVIEW
This course covers the knowledge and techniques of cavern diving and describes the dangers involved with cave diving. Cavern diving is in no way intended to provide instruction for cave diving.

To conduct a Cavern Diver course, the following is to be included:
  1. The planning, organization procedures, techniques, problems, and hazards of cavern diving
  2. Special equipment considerations including, but not limited to: lighting, guidelines, reel handling and redundant breathing systems
  3. Proper body position and buoyancy control, air-consumption management and emergency procedures
  4. Information that describes the specific hazards of cavern diving should include, but not be limited to: silting, line entanglement and breakage,   disorientation from permanent lines and emergency situations unique to cavern diving

IANTD oder TDI - Cavern Diver Course (The first step to be a Full Cave Diver)

This Program is designed to develop wreck and cavern diving skills within the limits of light penetration and to insure that divers are aware of self-responsibility and capable of risk management in overhead environments. The Program may be taught using either air or EANx.

Prerequisites
  1. Must be qualified as an IANTD Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent.
  2. Must provide proof of a minimum of 10 logged dives.
  3. Must be a minimum of 15 years of age with a parent or guardian authorization, or a minimum of 12 years of age for Junior Diver qualification, or a minimum of 18 years of age without guardian approval.
  4. Course Duration: 3 days

COURSE OVERVIEW
This course covers the knowledge and techniques of cavern diving and describes the dangers involved with cave diving. Cavern diving is in no way intended to provide instruction for cave diving.

To conduct a Cavern Diver course, the following is to be included:
  1. The planning, organization procedures, techniques, problems, and hazards of cavern diving
  2. Special equipment considerations including, but not limited to: lighting, guidelines, reel handling and redundant breathing systems
  3. Proper body position and buoyancy control, air-consumption management and emergency procedures

Information that describes the specific hazards of cavern diving should include, but not be limited to silting, line entanglement and breakage, disorientation from permanent lines and emergency situations unique to cavern diving.