Improving Diving Skills specialty
"It is always possible to improve" - is not just a slogan, but an attitude that pushes to improve and move forward. Many divers, both beginners and experienced, neglect important practices and do not devote enough time to improving the skill.
The Rescue Diver class is aimed at the diver who wants to acquire what are considered to be the most important skills in recreational diving. The Rescue Diver is a diver who is able to assist their fellow divers and is able to cope with emergency situations in diving, and beyond...
NITROX Diver ISO 11107
NITROX is used for increasing the safety of recreational diving and is a pre-requisite for technical diving and closed circuit diving classes. The Israeli Dive Federation (TIDF) offers two levels of NITROX specialty classes, which may be undertaken separately or as one combined class.
Deep Diver (42 M)
Many dive destinations exist which are deeper than 30 meters. These sites are still within the range of recreational diving and are well-suited for experienced divers. Such divers, if they gain the necessary knowledge and experience for such dives, can expand the range and diversity of their diving exploits.
Dry Suit Diver specialty course
The diving suit has two main uses, protection from the marine environment and keeping the body warm. In cold water dives and/or particularly long dives, it is very important to maintain body temperature, both in terms of comfort and enjoyment of diving and in the physiological aspect - the drop in body temperature can lead to hypothermia and even accelerates the decompression phenomenon. A dry suit is ideal for keeping the diver's body warm, but using DRY SUIT requires training
Recreational SideMount Diver
The SideMount configuration is one where the dive tanks are carried on the sides of the diver’s body. Its roots are in cave diving. Cave divers that had to navigate restrictions tried various tank-carrying configurations until hitting upon the structured configuration known today throughout the world as SideMount.
Compressor Operator Specialty
compressor operator specialty is intended primarily for the dive center staff. However, diving instructors, divemaster and divers, will find great interest in this specialty. In addition, because there is no need for a diving certification as a prerequisite for this course, this is a practical way to connect non-divers to get involved in the dive center. During the course, the students will learn about the structure and operation of high-pressure compressors, acquire a great deal of knowledge about SCUBA cylinders, and of course will experience air filling of scuba cylinders.