The course of Enriched Air Divers will be PADI’s more common specialty course, and it will be simple to see why.


Diving with enriched air offers you a lot more decompression diving time. This will mean a lot more time under the water, particularly upon repetitive dives. Nitrox will be one of the more often talked about and written about subjects within diving these days. The air that we breathe nowadays will be a blend of twenty-one percent oxygen and seventy-nine percent nitrogen. However, Nitrox (enriched air) possesses less nitrogen and a larger percentage of oxygen. Within the Enriched Air Diver course, you will study about the advantages of diving with enriched air. This Enriched Air Diver certification and all the advantages of enriched air diving has been made easier. There aren’t any open water dives required. Following completion of the classroom portions (the four to five hour classroom part will be spent on development of knowledge as well as practical operational application, that doesn’t involve the enriched air dives) and a few hands-on training, you could become a Nitrox diver as well!

The Great Aspect

You could usually remain down a bit longer and return to the water a bit sooner, so there’s no wonder so many divers select this course as their initial specialty.

Earn Credit for College

Individuals might have the ability to obtain credit for college for the Professional Association of Diving Instructors course of Enriched Air Divers.

You’ll be Studying:

• Enriched air equipment considerations
• Enriched air diver considerations, involving the management of oxygen exposure, how to get an idea of what is inside the scuba tank as well as setting the diving computer
• Techniques for obtaining more diving time by utilizing enriched air

Before taking this course, you must:

• Have completed the Jr. Open Water/Open Water Diver course
• Be at least 15 years of age

What does this course typically cost?

An online Enriched Air Diver course will run you approximately $195 (nonrefundable).

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