Advanced Open Water Diver

Rebreather Experience


This experience program is designed to introduce the diver to the basic concepts of Rebreathers, and to provide a practical confined water and optional OW exposure for swimming with a Rebreather.

How deep can an Instructor take meduring an IANTD Rebreather Experience Program?

No dives may be conducted to depths greater than 50fsw.

What do you need to enroll in this program?

  • Must be a minimum of 12 years of age for Junior Diver qualification with a parent or guardian authorization, OR; Must be a minimum of 15 years of age for Diver qualification with a parent or guardian authoriza- tion, OR; Must be a minimum or 18 years of age without guardian approval.

What is the minimum materials requirements?

No materials are required

What this program must include?

  • Academic Sessions
    • Explanation about the unit;
    • Basic explanation about rebreather diving;
    • Basic explanation about Physiology
    • … and much more.
  • Confined Water Sessions
    • Swim with the unit;
    • Practice basic survival Skills;
    • Propulsion Skills;
    • … and much more.
  • Open Water Sessions
    • Swim unit and practice buoyancy control one (1) optional open water dive

What makes an IANTD class different?

  • More knowledge!
  • More Practical Skills & Emergency Drills
  • Focus on have better, more confortable and safer divers

Why you should enroll to an IANTD Programs?

  • Simply because Train Divers is What Does Best;
  • IANTD is always ahead of time and leading the diving education as we are known to be always the First to Teach;
  • IANTD has a well elaborated and progressive training.

Just to list a few of classes you can enroll in after this one!

  • Recreational Rebreather Open Water Diver
  • Rebreather Diver