PADI/SDI Nitrox Course

Nitrox Course

The PADI/SDI Computer Nitrox Course is a great next step after your Open Water Diver Certification. Through PADI’s/SDI’s on-line training program, you can complete most of the required academic study in the comfort and convenience of your home or office.  You’ll learn to dive Nitrox  using a Nitrox-programmable dive computer. The course will cover the use of Nitrox mixtures from 22 to 40 percent oxygen.

Why Dive with Nitrox

Longer Bottom Times. Shorter Surface Intervals. These are among the many benefits of diving Nitrox, a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen in which the concentration of oxygen is greater than that found in air.

You’ve no doubt heard of Nitrox, probably know divers who use it. Nitrox opens a world of possibilities, leading to better, more enjoyable diving.

Diving with Nitrox can:

  • Reduce post dive fatigue
  • Add an extra safety margin to your dive profiles, and
  • Lengthen your no decompression bottom times compared to air.

You can complete most of the required academic study in the comfort and convenience of your home or office, and then meet with your Frog Dive instructor to review your final exam (academic review) and to take part in a brief, practical application session where you get hands-on experience with oxygen analyzers and Nitrox computers.

Course Inclusions

  • PADI/SDI Easy Nitrox Pack
  • Online training
  • EAD Tables

Course dates 2018

We’ll get you Nitrox certified when ever you are ready to go.  Book online or call on 9958 5699 and you’ll be Nitrox ready in no time.

 

Course Fee

  • $250 or Team $225
  • or just $195 with the Advanced Open Water Course

PADI eLearning

Download your printable Nitrox Course Brochure here.

 

CD Rom study materials cover

  • Nitrox Misconceptions
  • Nitrox realities
  • Different mixes
  • Benefits of using Nitrox
  • Depth Limits
  • Risks
  • Equipment
  • Physics
  • Physiology
  • Tables
  • Knowledge reviews

Practical Learning

  • Filling a Nitrox cylinder
  • Analysing a Nitrox cylinder
  • Using a Nitrox computer