TDI Nitrox Diver Course

Find out about the benefits that Nitrox Diving has for you as a recreational diver and the options you have for enriching your dives, you’ll be very surprised…

Your TDI Nitrox Diver course is the first step in using Oxygen Enriched Air (Nitrox) for recreational diving and understanding not only the benefits but also the hazards and proper procedures to get the most out of your Nitrox dives.   With a maximum depth of 40m the TDI program is an indepth introduction to using Nitrox and is the foundation for all Technical Programs that follow. Using Enriched Air Nitrox (Eanx) as a recreational diver provides you with many benefits over air:

  • Nitrox will reduce post dive fatigue
  • add an extra safety margin to your dive profiles, and
  • lengthen your no deco bottom times compared to air.

The course is conducted over two evenings and one day.

You will dive nitrox mixes up to 36% oxygen with nitrox gear supplied.

Course Fee

  • $350 or Team $325
  • incl nitrox gear & boat dive with TDI certification.

Course Dates: On demand, please just ask.

PADI eLearning

Evening #1
  • Introduction to Nitrox
  • Principles of Pressure
  • Physiological Effects of Pressure
  • Basic Dive Planning using Tables
  • Nitrox Concepts
  • Nitrox Dive Planning – Nitrogen Exposures
  • Nitrox Dive Planning – Oxygen Exposures
  • Using the EAD/PO2 Table
  • Personal Dive Computers
  • Getting the Gas
  • Equipment Considerations
  • Common Mixing Techniques
Evening #2
  • Review
  • Exam
  • Equipment set up
  • Dive brief
Dive #1 – 30m “Dee Why Wide” or “Royal Sheppard”
  • Use single cylinder with Nitrox
  • Dive for pleasure and experience
  • No decompression dive Limited surface interval
Dive #2 – 18m “The Apartments” or “North Head”
  • Use a single cylinder with Nitrox
  • Dive for pleasure and experience
Course Inclusions
  • TDI Nitrox Diver Pack
  • Nitrox Cylinders & Reg
  • Nitrox gas
  • 2 boat dives
  • Certification as Nitrox Diver through TDI once course objectives are successfully completed.